"On the Razzle," original drama; written by Tom Stoppard
; American premiere; directed by Douglas C. Wager; featuring Yeardley Smith
; opened at the Arena Stage, Washington, D.C., USA.
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5' 3" (1.6 m)
Did You Know?
In my dreams, I was Rita Hayworth
, Kim Basinger
. I just wanted to be that long, tall drink of water with flowing blond hair and large blue eyes and cheekbones you could actually see - you know, be that. And I wasn't, so I hated myself. I'd beat myself up, tear myself to shreds. Now I've made peace with it. I don't mind it at all; I'd rather be who I am. It's comfortable. It's me. I got weary of ...
Originally read for the role of "Bart" when auditioning for The Simpsons
(1989), but her voice was too high and sounded like a girl, so she lightened her voice up a little and then auditioned and won the role of "Lisa". Nancy Cartwright
had originally read for "Lisa", but was given the role of "Bart" instead.
High pitched, nasal voice