hey^^hehe, höhö, haha
ok sry... also das ist praktisch meine zweite welt in der ich lebe, die der filme, Schauspieler und Schauspielerinnen... viel spaß beim durchschaun und vergesst nicht mir kommentare zu schreiben!^^
Jay: Lauren, how are you. Lauren: Fine, thank you. Jay: I read in my notes today that we met ? I'm usually good at these things. Lauren: You may not remember, You were very, very kind to me early in my career. Jay: I was ? Lauren: Um hum. You're so kind, probably all the time, you just don't remember. I was new to LA, and I was driving what can be best described as a Pacer. Jay: an AMC Pacer. A fine collector automobile. Lauren: yeah, except mine had come from Chicago, for no reason, and it had areas of it that were just kind of rusted out. So I used to get a lot of guff. Guff, for driving this car. Jay: Guff ? There's an LA word. A lot of guff. Lauren: I did that for the sailors ? Umm, so I was driving with my boyfriend, at the time, and he said "Role down your window, there's a comedian who wants to say something to you." And I thought I was going to get mocked. And I role down the window and a very nice, distinguished man said "excuse me, I just wanted to let you know that you had a tail light out." And I said "Thank you, Jay Leno! " and it was you. Jay: Well that's lovely. OK . Lauren: So then I thought, that you know, this is my big shot, here at the red light. I thought I would make my career. And I was eating a bagel, and I said "Do you want some bagel ?" ...Isn't that good ? Aren't you surprised I haven't been here earlier ? Jay: Yeah, yeah. I think I remember burning rubber, and taking off. Lauren: I was like "Wait, wait." .... So isn't that funny ? Jay: Yes, that's a fascinating story. Well, I hope you got the tail light fixed. Lauren: I did. In fact I just junked the whole car. Jay: What was I in, do you remember ? Lauren: You were driving.....aaa..... surprisingly .....you were driving a Ford Taurus. Jay: I wasn't driving a.....I didn't have a Ford Taurus. I wasn't driving a Taurus. What color was it ? Lauren: Its was green. Jay: No. Green, no that was a 66 Chrysler Hemi Coronet. That was not a stupid, Ford Taurus ! Lauren: Ummm.... Jay: Did you really think that of me. Get out ! A Taurus. Lauren: I just thought that, cause you know you like your cars and ..... Jay: Duh..... Lauren: and I thought maybe.........I love that you're so insulted by a Ford Taurus. Jay: I am insulted by that. Lauren: Cause the Taurus people are gonna be very happy about that. But I ummm.... Jay: Well screw them, it was a 66 Coronet. Thank you very much. See the men know what a Hemi Coronet is. Thank you very much. Lauren: I thought it was very nice, it gave you very sensible, well rounded, kind of edge. Jay: Well thank you very much, that's what I am, I'm too edgy. So you come from a big family ? Tell me your background. Lauren: Well, no, I'm an only child, really. I have a half brother, and two half sisters. Are you surprised that I'm an only child ? Jay: No, you have two half brothers, and two half sisters. Lauren: No wait. I just have one half brother. And two half sisters. But they came very late in my life. so, I was raised by my dad. Jay: So you're not an only child. Lauren: Well, I was.....I'm the only child of the two people who had me.....that sounds dirty..... Jay: You know, we're not working on a prenuptial agreement here .......I'm just trying to find out ....... so you do have brothers and sisters. Lauren: Who I love. Chris, Maggie and Chase. Jay: So you grew up where ? Lauren: I grew up in Northern Virginia, outside of DC. ..... Rock on .... Fairfax County. Jay: Now, your dad raised you. Lauren: Yes, that's right. Jay: What did he do ? Lauren: He's a lawyer. Jay: He's a lawyer ? Ohh, I see. Lauren: Yes. Jay: That would explain all the half sister, half brother thing. Lauren: Yes. Very technical. Jay: Now, you came to LA. What kind of job did you have when you came here ? Did you get a job right away in show business ? Lauren: Well I actually started in New York, and I did, I got a job very quickly. And I was thrilled, and my agent, who called me, said "I have a job for you. How tall are you ?" Well, I'm 5' 9" . Yeah, 5' 9'' . OK. An umm he said "That's great cause you fit the costume." So I went down to the place I was hired to be 5' 9" , and I was play a character of a soccer.. ummm.... World Cup Soccer mascot .... it was a dog . It was a big head. And ummm.. Jay: You had to wear the dog head. Lauren: The whole thing. I had to wear the dog body. Yeah. Jay: Did you do your hair and everything before... Lauren: I was like maybe they'll think of me for the actual soccer ball or something . Jay: Could you be seen, or just in the big dog head ? Lauren: Let me tell of something about playing the character of a dog, Jay. It's very, very difficult, because people come up and punch you, cause hey, you're a dog and it's so funny. And they want their picture with you, you know. And I realized throughout the day, I was smiling for pictures. (laughter form audience) Jay: But you couldn't be seen. You were a dog. Lauren: That's right, Jay. But I didn't think of that at the time. Jay: Was it heavy, was it hot wearing the costume ? Lauren: It was very hot, and I had to share it with another person, because, apparently if you stay in it too long, you just start shooting people. And so every hour I would have to, like, exchange with this girl, who was a lovely girl, but, and I wish her the best, but she was sweaty. I would have just have gotten my self esteem back after the hour, and I would have to get back in the wet, nasty costume and umm, so here I am, so it all worked out OK. Jay: And you're still 5' 9" . Lauren: And I'm still 5' 9" , that's true. Jay: So do you get recognized now. Now that you're not wearing the dog head. Do you find people know you a little more. Lauren: Well I do find sometimes, and it's always surprising, I always get embarrassed ... for the people .... like i get more nervous ..... kind of ... you know .... I was shopping the other day, and some one came up to me and said " I love the show and I was so touched " and I said ohh thanks and "my sister and I watch it together, could we get your autograph." Yes and I was signing the thing, and some one else tapped me on the shoulder and she was like "excuse me" and I was like, I'm sooooo famous, I'm like, I'm huge. And I was like, aah yesss. And she goes " Can I see these in an eight and a half ? " An I was like ......here's were I am, and here's were it its. I was like, do I work at the store, do I.... Jay: Gilmore Girls, you have a tough time spot. Lauren: Yeah. Jay: What are you on, you're on between..... Lauren: You know, it's the Friends are on, at eight o'clock on Thursdays, the Survivor, God knows..... Hey don't cheer for Friends while I'm talking......and ummm I heard they're moving Monday Night Football, to really crush us, moved to Thursdays. Jay: Oh really. To try to put an end the that Gilmore juggernaut, that's coming down the road. Lauren: Cause we have at least 80 people watching now. Jay: But it's critically acclaimed, so you do a wonderful job. Lauren: Thank you. I'm very proud of it. Jay: Gilmore Girls, Lauren Graham. Thank you, thank you very much. Lauren: Thanks.