The Mail on Sunday - You - - Your Interview -

IN THREE WORDS, YOU’RE… Bossy, pas­sion­ate, warm. LAST BOOK YOU READ City of Veils by Zoe Fer­raris – a fas­ci­nat­ing glimpse into life in Saudi Ara­bia. SE­CRET AM­BI­TION To be­come a grand­mother. It’s not a se­cret to my poor daugh­ter Emily, as I’m con­stantly talk­ing about it! BREAK­FAST OF CHOICE A fat-free yoghurt – any brand, any flavour. BEST GIFT YOU’VE RE­CEIVED On my wed­ding day my hus­band put to­gether a video with clips from students who have been through my theatre school, send­ing mes­sages from all over the world. My drama kids are my fam­ily. I blubbed like a baby. STARSTRUCK MO­MENT So many, in­clud­ing meet­ing An­thony Hop­kins and Omar Sharif. My great­est was when I got to sit and talk to El­iz­a­beth Tay­lor. WHAT LAW WOULD YOU CHANGE? Make the world equal for women. MOTTO Live life to the full ev­ery day. RE­CUR­RING DREAM Be­ing on stage and not re­mem­ber­ing what play I am in – a clas­sic ac­tor’s anx­i­ety dream. WHO MAKES YOU LAUGH? My daugh­ter. My hus­band. Ray Win­stone. WHAT DO YOU SEE IN THE MIR­ROR? My mum, which is si­mul­ta­ne­ously dis­con­cert­ing and com­fort­ing.

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