I was too shy and gawky and insecure about my height. I just kept creeping up. I tell my agent, 'If it's a movie with Al Pacino, don't even send me for an audition.'...I haven't [had a co-star stand on a box], but I've taken my shoes off. I took my shoes off with Anthony Hopkins in the dance scene (Nixon), and I think he might have had just a little lift in his shoes.
I was a cheerleader at one point, but in adolescence, I felt like a nerd. I sang in the glee club, took up the cello...I grew to five foot ten and was insecure around boys; I didn't date until I was 20.
-- Savvy (1988)
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