On aging in Hollywood:
I don’t look like I did 30 years ago. Get over it! I’m going to be 60 next year. Sixty! And even I say to myself, ‘Okay, we can’t pretend anymore here.‘ You have to get to that place as a woman where you know your worth isn’t dependent on [looks].””
“One thing I get really tired of is people coming up to me and saying, [in a patronizing voice] ‘Oh, you look gooooood!’ One day I got so fed up I said, ‘I thank you. And I really wish I met you before so I could say the same for you.’”
… says Kathleen in Closer Weekly.