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Wendi McLendon-Covey —
born on October 10, 1969,
Wendi Anne McLendon-Covey is an American actress, writer, producer and comedian... (wikipedia)
Back when I was growing up, it was like, 'You're too young to know what you want. We're telling you what you want. It doesn't matter if you like it. And you are stupid. Just so you know.'
Now, I love playing moms who can't hide their paranoia.
As a performer, you can't just sit around waiting for the phone to ring. You have to write and develop projects for yourself, because casting people aren't always going to see you the way you want to be seen. Write a one-person show, shoot a short film, do plays, whatever - activity breeds activity. No one's interested in a stay-at-home actress.
If you want to play the good roles, spend more time in in college and in acting class than you do in the gym, and you'll have the career you want.
I like to play the weirdos. I like to play the people that are hard to like. You get to say and do things that you would never say and do in real life.