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Radha Mitchell
November 12, 1973 -
Nationality: Australian
Category: Actress
Subcategory: Australian Actress

Because in Australia there really isn't a lot to do. There aren't a lot of opportunities.


I mean normally you have your agent call the other agent and all the agents talk and then finally you get a phone call and you hear some misrepresentation of what someone else had to say.


Well, obviously I was excited by the idea that Woody Allen was going to direct it. But at the same time, the script itself and the character was really interesting.


I guess when I first started speaking with an American accent, there's a tendency to create a caricature of the accent because you just exaggerate the pieces that stand out to you.


I just don't talk about who I'm going out with, that's it. It's an odd thing to sit around describing yourself to 10 different people every 5 minutes yet it's kind of therapeutic in a way.


I think my parents see my life now as very conservative.


After that, I was offered lots of lesbian roles, but I didn't want them because I'd already played the best there was.


So wearing a corset certainly changes your state of mind.


I'd definitely rather be rich than famous.


I want to be a blonde vampire. Catherine Deneuve was a blonde vampire, and she was my favourite vampire ever.


This city can be kind of brutal, so you see your dreams from every different angle, but ultimately it's about acting and if you enjoy acting, you will always enjoy acting.


I didn't even understand the whole idea of Hollywood.


Life is neither comedy or tragedy, life is what you make of it.


I think in this, definitely, because you are feeling how it felt to live in a completely different time. The mannerisms and the way that people behaved was quite different.


But I'm also a vegetarian so there's another factor I guess.


We've become much more casual and much more relaxed in social interactions, where there was a formality and maybe a kind of respect at that time that doesn't exist now.


Yeah I think Pitch Black was edgy, I think that's what worked for our film.


I'm not working now, so I'm sort of facing the unknown.


I do, too, most recently while I was singing karaoke in some weird bar.


As much as most of the actors were kind of curious to know what their character meant in relation to the script and to the plot, they really were quite happy to be part of the adventure of not knowing.


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