If I could swap places with any person in the known world, it would have to be with the smooth-talking chap mentioned above. He's smart. He's charismatic. He has a nice beard. And he is talking to Johnny Depp in this show too. Yes! Of course I am referring to James Lipton. Who else did you think I was talking about? Johnny Depp? Hmm. Good idea. Let's see what they have to say to each over for 45-minutes in 2002,
- Depp mean's 'idiot' in German.
- I didn't notice puberty. I may still be going through it.
- You only get unconditional love in a family.
- Tele-marketing was my first acting job.
- They turned me into a product. I didn't want to be a teen-idol.
- I am very interested in human behavior; especially in the 'outcast'.
- Satisfaction is the death of an actor.
- I feel very at home working with Tim Burton.
- On 'Edward Scissorhands' -- 'It was one of the most beautiful things I have ever read; and I associated with the character a lot'.
- On 'Ed Wood' -- 'I inhaled more angora than I wore'.
- On 'Don Juan Demarco' -- 'The main thing I learnt from working with Marlon Brando, was to keep a straight face. He was hilarious'.
- On Donnie Brasco' -- 'I wanted the real Donnie Brasco to be happy with that I did, because he and his family had to live with this movie afterwards'.
- 'Fear and Loathing In Las Vegas' -- 'I had to find a way of stealing Hunter Thompson's soul whilst he shaved my head'.
- On 'Sleepy Hollow' -- 'I played Ichabod Crane: one-part school-girl, and one-part Angela Lansbury. I was sure that I was going to get fired'.
- On 'Chocola' -- 'Juliette Binoche is amazing. She's a force. And a very dedicated person'.