Quote: "My agent called and said, 'We have an appointment for you for this thing called 'Repetition,' but it's really Friday the 13th.' And I went, 'Get out of here. Why?' Because it was never my favorite genre. Truthfully, I thought, 'Gee, how much social value is there in this?' Then I read the sides, and I thought it was all just kind of hilarious. And I knew I would have such a good time with the character.|
There's sort of an idealism when you start out acting, and especially if you start in college and you're doing Ibsen and Shakespeare. And then you're doing Friday the 13th. But I loved that youthful exuberance - that was wonderful. The whole shoot, my character is kind of separate from everything, except for that one scene with all the kids and the sheriff, where I'm on a motorcycle or something. And all the kids, they were just so delighted to be working. Everybody loved everybody. Everybody was having a good time. That's how I remember it." - pg. 127, Crystal Lake Memories
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