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Swoosie Kurtz - Quotes

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I am heartbroken that this movie would cause anyone pain. It should be a source of joy. The story is a metaphor about how we try to stay in our own little bubbles, we don't let life in, we don't take the journey.

I am heartbroken that this movie would cause anyone pain. It should be a source of joy. The story is a metaphor about how we try to stay in our own little bubbles, we don't let life in, we don't take the journey.

I keep both of my Tonys on my mantle. They're in front of a mirror so if you look at just the right angle, it looks like I have four! ---->>>

It's great that I don't have to apologize about being over 26. ---->>>

My heart was beating out of my chest. ---->>>

It's so funny whenever things come full circle. ---->>>

The first thing I ask when I'm offered a part is, Who's the director? which is something they never understand in Los Angeles. ---->>>

Working with a great director is like getting a master class in acting. ---->>>

I love to be directed, and I can glean something from almost anyone. ---->>>

I think these are terrible times to be anything in. ---->>>

I'd love to do a musical. I have a little list of them in my head. ---->>>

To me, getting notes, honing the part, and refining the role is the real fun of the play. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 09-06, 1944
Birthplace: Omaha, Nebraska, U.S.
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Occupation: Actress
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Swoosie Kurtz (, SWOO-si; born September 6, 1944) is an American actress. She is an Emmy Award winner and two-time Tony Award winner. Kurtz made her Broadway debut in the 1975 revival of Ah, Wilderness. She has received five Tony Award nominations, winning two, for Fifth of July (1981) and The House of Blue Leaves (1986) (wikipedia)