Marcia Cross - Quotes

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I've been working so hard for the past eight years and I'm tired - but I'm also deliciously tired because what a wonderful life I've lived.

I've been working so hard for the past eight years and I'm tired - but I'm also deliciously tired because what a wonderful life I've lived.

I've had the time to go through all the life phases with my parents, from being a bratty teenager, pushing them away, to saying later on, 'Oh my God, I can't believe what you did for me - thank you. I love you so much.' ---->>>

What I lack in energy, I have in wisdom. ---->>>

With the red hair, you get the white skin; it's a package deal. The cons are that you never look particularly attractive on the beach. The pros are in a softly lit room, you look pretty. ---->>>

For women of a certain age, how do you meet a guy, fall in love, and decide he's the right man to have children with? Your clock's ticking, you're looking at him, and it's a crazy, pressure-filled experience. ---->>>

I use as high SPF as I can get, and I live under a hat like a mushroom all the time. Someone said they're worried about their kids getting older and doing drugs, and I got this look of horror on my face and thought, 'What if my girls don't wear hats?' But at 13 months old, they could say 'hat.' ---->>>

I have always wanted to know what's going on under the surface. ---->>>

I'd never say no to surgery in the future, because I feel like, as I get older, I'm going to face temptation more. ---->>>

I really have to force myself to tidy up around the house. ---->>>

I try to balance it out on the whole. Being a mum is always the priority. Next, it's taking care of yourself. Right now, I get to only work two days a week - it's a dream. I can't imagine how hard it is for mothers who work 40 hours a week. ---->>>

I'll tell you my routine - it's really exciting. I feed, I burp, I change diapers, I pump. And then I have a tiny window of time to myself. ---->>>

I don't want to lose my fitness. I'm 45. I have two babies. I've got a long way to go and I want to keep in tiptop shape. There's no magic bullet. ---->>>

I really love and it is important to me to be physically fit. ---->>>

If I have a 12 or 14 hour workday, I am home the next. I cut out anything that is frivolous or doesn't need to be done. ---->>>

It's not like I'm cooking! I'm breastfeeding - I feel like that's the best cooking I could do. ---->>>

I have good genes in my family, so we'll see just how long I'll be around. ---->>>

Your forties is not the time to be thinking about getting pregnant. ---->>>

I would ask my dad what he did, and he'd say, 'I listen to people's problems.' In some way what he did for a living is in my genes. ---->>>

It's kind of ironic that if I get my Ph.D., I'll be a real doctor. ---->>>

Some people think wearing powder ages them, but try it anyway. For me it mattes my makeup and blends it well. ---->>>

I couldn't do an acting job just to be working. It really had to have some soul to it. ---->>>

I'd like to be a wife and mother. I guess I'll know Mr. Right when I meet him. ---->>>

I like bringing the girls on set, but if I can't do that then the next day I feel I have to be uber-mum to make up for it. Then I'm exhausted and feel like I'm running in fumes. ---->>>

When 'Desperate Housewives' ends, I think my girls will be about the kindergarten age. I will be so happy to be there for them through that huge transition. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 03-25, 1962
Birthplace: Marlborough, Massachusetts, U.S.
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Occupation: Actress
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Marcia Anne Cross (born March 25, 1962) is an American actress. She began her career on daytime soap operas such as The Edge of Night, Another World and One Life to Live before moving to primetime television with a recurring role on Knots Landing. From 1992 to 1997, she starred as Dr. Kimberly Shaw on the Fox television drama Melrose Place (wikipedia)