Speaking about her part of Juliet in Romeo and Juliet just after completing Plotlands and The Grand.
I think this is the piece of theatre I am most proud of. I found it very challenging, as there were no microphones. Since I have never been to drama school, I hadn't had lessons in projection, so I had to learn all that as I went along. I would definitely like to do more theatre, especially now I have just done these two big television dramas back to back.
Speaking about her part of Kate Morris in The Grand.
Kate is 21, and I think its the first time that I have ever played anyone at the age I actually am.
Speaking in 1997
If I could chart my career from here onwards it would involve doing a play at the National, never having a day out of work and doing a film with Gary Oldman
Talking about her part in Plotlands
It's the first time I've done a cockney accent. I come from Leeds so sometimes I was worried I'd end up sounding a bit like Dick Van Dyke in Mary Poppins.
Talking about her variety of roles from The Borrowers, Bands of Gold and Plotlands
I've certainly had a bit of variety recently. I've gone from playing someone six-inches high, to a prostitute, to a girl in a field.
Talking at Scary Spice's Wedding (where she was 'Best Woman') about how she and Mel B met.
We were thrown together on the first day of high school - basically because everyone else wanted to beat us up for some reason
Talking about her mother actress Beverley Callard
She's better known in Manchester than Sharon Stone