Quote: "I grew up in Chicago, and I moved to L.A. in March of 1983. My agent called me and I did not want to do it. Am I allowed to say that? I wanted to do The Hours. My background as in classical theatre. I just wanted a certain kind of career that was really quality films, and not Friday the 13th. But my agent's like, 'Go to the audition - it's Paramount! It's Frank Mancuso, Jr.!'|
Of course, when you're not interested, you're completely relaxed and you audition really well. I ultimately had two callbacks. And my character didn't have a whole lot to say, did she? It was a lot of inner work - I just tried to make her a real, three-dimensional person, one who you know is going to go bad and get killed. I think I was very right for the part in that way. That really was me, those feelings. And I think Joe saw that in the auditions." - pg. 102, Crystal Lake Memories
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