For a relatively unknown actress to be introduced in a Bond film can be a very, very double-edged thing. When you went into that, did you have some sort of idea of what you wanted to do coming out of it? Because you've been incredibly busy...
No. I always wanted to be an actress because I enjoyed it. I didn't have a grand design or anything,
This has changed in the last decade or so, however, as a few American daytime dramas have introduced gay and lesbian characters, and achieved several important "firsts" in the portrayal of same-sex relationships.
"I certainly think the impact of these stories have been huge," says Michael Fairman, Advocate.com soap reporter and columnist. "These stories have hit mainstream press and have heterosexual men and women, as well as the gay audience, embracing them."
Long considered one of the most politically conservative art forms in the country, American daytime television’s progress is commendable — but how strong is their commitment to representation when it
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