The iPhone revolutionised the mobile industry, rather like the iPod before it with the personal music player.
It's important in show business to have friends who understand the cut and thrust of everyday working life and the constant rejection.
What I enjoy is a collaboration. Working with other like-minded people. People who have brilliant minds and big hearts.
I think competitiveness between two people is still relevant, and the battle of the sexes still intrigues.
I still buy CDs and DVDs, but generally for more obscure material.
There are lots of good directors I would like to work with; I want to be inspired and challenged by them.
I'd like to be in a play with Mark Rylance.
I think it's kind of nice, in this day and age of instant gratification, that you have to wait for something.
I don't go to church regularly. I wouldn't say I was religious, but more spiritual.
It's quite an interesting time, the '20s, because the politics of England were changing quite a lot, and the class structure was starting to shift a little.
It seems like pop singing has sort of influenced musical theatre in so many ways - you could argue good or bad, really - and musical theatre is written for that style so often, which is a completely different style.
New York seems to be absolutely filled with brilliant people.
I just love New York, I love the people. The energy of the place. I really feel energized working here. I've always been made to feel very welcome, and it's a tremendous city.
I feel that doing theater does give you a good grounding to work on camera. The audience is the lens.
I download TV shows more and more, especially from the US.
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