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I hope I look skinnier in 3D. I hope I don't look three times as fat. That'll be disappointing.

I hope I look skinnier in 3D. I hope I don't look three times as fat. That'll be disappointing.

I want to be defined by my own essence. ---->>>

After winning the Oscar, I was committed to do 'Fried Green Tomatoes,' but I didn't know what the next thing would be after that. It was a scary time. But the advantage of TV is the regular work. All you need is a hit series, I guess. ---->>>

I have to pay the bills just like everybody else, but it also pays my soul to work. ---->>>

I look for a role that hopefully I feel empathy with and that I can understand and love, but also that has that challenge for me to play - a different kind of role, a different type of character, a different time period. ---->>>

I went from years of honing my craft to sudden recognition. It was quite a life changer. ---->>>

I'm not a stunning woman. ---->>>

Every time an Oscar is given out, an agent gets his wings. ---->>>

I try to always stretch myself to fit the characters that have been presented. ---->>>

The roles I was lucky enough to get were real stretches for me: usually a character who was older, or a little weird, or whatever. And it was hard, not just for the lack of work but because you have to face up to how people are looking at you. ---->>>

The Oscar changed everything. Better salary, working with better people, better projects, more exposure, less privacy. ---->>>

And people are always saying: 'Well, you go to Hollywood and you get yourself a film career or a TV series, and then you can do anything you want. Because then you've got the clout.' That had always sounded like a lot of hooey to me, but now I think it's true, unfortunately. ---->>>

It was also wonderful to have the prospect of playing with Jack Nicholson. It was a terrific part, a terrific script, with Alexander Payne and Jack Nicholson. You can't get any better than that! ---->>>

I have always had a problem with my weight. ---->>>

I haven't talked much about being an ovarian cancer survivor because I don't really want to define myself that way. ---->>>

I think that being in an environment is a much richer experience than just working on a soundstage. ---->>>

Alexander Payne's very specific. His scripts are always complete when you start working on them. ---->>>

Drama comes more naturally to me. It's the comedy you really have to delve into. ---->>>

I'm not that conservative. I do feel - I guess I'm more of a Democrat at heart, although I've never affiliated myself with a particular party. ---->>>

I'm very lucky to be able to do what I love to do, and I hope I can keep doing it for a while. ---->>>

For a long time I did not want to do television because I did not want to get stuck playing the same person. I wanted the ongoing challenge of a variety of roles. ---->>>

I was never an ingenue. I've always just been a character actor. When I was younger, it was a real problem, because I was never pretty enough. It was hard, not just for the lack of work, but because you have to face up to how people are looking at you. ---->>>

Jack made it very comfortable for me on the set. We'd met socially before but never worked together. You know, he's very professional, very disciplined and he's always prepared and knows his lines. ---->>>

My mother used to tell this corny story about how the doctor smacked me on the behind when I was born and I thought it was applause, and I have been looking for it ever since. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 06-28, 1948
Birthplace: Memphis, Tennessee, U.S.
Occupation: Actress

Kathleen Doyle Bates (born June 28, 1948) is an American actress. Bates began her career on the stage, and was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Lead Actress in a Play in 1983 for her performance in 'night, Mother. She rose to prominence with her performance in Misery (1990), for which she won the Academy Award for Best Actress and Golden Globe Award for Best Actress (wikipedia)