Huffman Thanks Exacting Teachers

FELICITY HUFFMAN credits harsh drama teachers with making her a successful actress, because she was once a hopeless amateur.

The DESPERATE HOUSEWIVES star is convinced a mixture of constructive criticism and a repetitive regime is the only way to learn the dramatic art.

She says, "I remember I did a scene from ROMEO AND JULIET. I finished the scene and thought I'd done well. The teacher looked at me and went, 'Yes. Come over here and sit down.' Very gently he told me, 'I appreciate what you're trying to do, but...'

"And he was right. I was terrible. He worked me through it a million times and looking back it was so kind of him, because I was so far off the mark. But that was the way to learn."


Contactmusic

Tags: Felicity Huffman - Romeo And Juliet

Advertisement

More Felicity Huffman

First Look at Samuel L. Jackson & Onni Tommila In Adventure 'Big Game' [Picture]

Big Game might just be one of the more original action films to emerge in recent years, when the President of the United States of...

Teri Hatcher: A 'Desperate Housewives' Movie Is Unlikely

Teri Hatcher would be happy to star in a Desperate Housewives movie, although she does not think such a project is likely. The 48-year-old actress...

Forbes' Television Top Earners Revealed: Ashton Kutcher Leads the Pack.

Two-and-a-Half Men is the show that forks out the most for its lead actors; last year Charlie Sheen topped Forbes' list of TV's Highest-Paid TV...

Advertisement

Comments

Felicity Huffman Newsletter

Subscribe to this news alert service to receive news and reviews on Felicity Huffman

Unsubscribe | Unsubscribe All