I know from growing up in the spotlight, as it were, that the most important thing is your family.
I made a very concerted decision to go to drama school in the United States. But I did have the opportunity to go to Britain's Central School of Speech and Drama, and my dad and I had a few tense words about that. He wanted me to go to British drama school.
For me, hour-long drama was always the thing I felt the most comfortable doing, and I've played so many dramatic roles in the theater.
I have a tendency as an actress in general to ground my characters. Even when doing outlandish characters, that's my instinct.
I have literally played the most interesting parts since I turned 40.