I was naturally a loner, content just to live with a woman, eat with her, sleep with her, walk down the street with her. I didn’t want conversation, or to go anywhere except the racetrack or the boxing matches. I didn’t understand t.v. I felt foolish paying money to go into a movie theatre and sit with other people to share their emotions. Parties sickened me. I hated the game-playing, the dirty play, the flirting, the amateur drunks, the bores.”
LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 01: Andrew Scott attends an after party following the press night performance of ‘Electra’, playing at The Old Vic, at Skylon Grill on October 1, 2014 in London, England. (Photo by David M. Benett/Getty Images)
She lived her life believing in the power of simplicity. Whether it had to do with fashion, work or relationships, she used to say, “Boil it all down to what counts the most: What is the essence of what you are trying to do, what is the most important thing? Things only get complicated when you are trying to address too many issues.