If you watch Mad Men, than you know that Don Draper’s new secretary, the clueless Ida Blankenship, is a fun addition to the show.
Actors on Acting
The Grown Ups cast talk about chemistry and the fun of working together.
“I’ve always been one of those people that I don’t like when people tell me I can’t do something.” – Sandra Bullock
“It was literally the first audition, and I had been desperate to play Mitchell.” – Jesse Tyler Ferguson
“I’ve never considered myself a comedic performer, ever.” – Lea Michele
Chelcie Ross, ‘Mad Men’s’ Conrad Hilton: “In a script, I don’t want to know what other characters are doing”
“With actual characters, with historical characters, I like to get as much information as I can, as long as it’s information that the character would have.”
“To me, it’s fun when you’re looking at a scene and trying to figure out the best way of, what can make this scene better, what can heighten the emotionality of the scene.” – Woody Harrelson
Eastwick’s Sara Rue: “The actual acting part is never hard. It’s the politics and basically everything around the acting that is difficult”
“Honestly, acting is the most work when you’re unemployed.” – Sara Rue