Born: December 2, 1968 in Queens, New York City, New York, USA
[on playing a female version of the “Dr. Watson” character in Elementary (2012)] I think flawed characters, having a history and a mysterious past, are always going to keep the audience engaged. Naturally, the connection between the two of them [i.e. with “Sherlock Holmes”] is his oddities and, you know, his inability to be as stable as most people would like to be. She’s just as unstable, but not as obvious, because she’s trying to distract her own problems with his problems.
[on dealing with so many ‘dead bodies’ on ‘Elementary’] You become a little jaded. We had someone posing as a dead person we find in a dumpster. She got all the prosthetics on her face to make her look dehydrated, like she’s been there for a while. She’s been in makeup for three hours…
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