Friday, March 10, 2006

Kitchen sink drama helps Zeta-Jones research role

The Independent

By Arifa Akbar

Hollywood's history is littered with tales of actors going to painstaking lengths to experience the inner lives of their movie characters.
Marlon Brando and James Dean were known as champions of the "method" school of acting and Robert De Niro became legendary for the physical transformations he underwent for some of his film roles.
Now, the British actress, Catherine Zeta-Jones, has joined the ranks of method actors by spending a week "undercover" in a New York restaurant to help her understand her forthcoming film role as a chef. The actress was reckoned to be "a great garnisher" at Fiamma, an Italian restaurant in Manhattan where she worked in the kitchens preparing food for unsuspecting diners.


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