I’ve seen George every day, minus 13 days in the past 10 years. When he dove straight through a Portaloo during our first rehearsal I thought - yes, this is the guy I want to spend the rest of my life with.
Research time - "Not that important" article content
Based on Diggingandfluff’s post today, I went through the 88 articles and checked the content: (NOTE, 1 ARTICLE CAN MAKE INTO MULTIPLE GROUPS. There were articles that did not make into any group. Also take the 88 articles with a grain of salt, some were only on a landing page, and tied to the same article that has been analyzed. I ignored duplicates.)
I was lucky enough to actually go into a surgery and witness a caesarean being performed, which was one of the most amazing experiences I’ve had in my life. What I will never forget is the image of this baby’s face, eyes closed, totally silent, and then without its eyes even opening, you can see it’s face change and register that it’s in a new world, and it breathes in air.
We’d have these 2-week-old babies, and they’d come on set for about 10 mins. And they’d be covered in jam to make it look real, so these babies are really slippery, super fragile, and I’ve got these latex gloves on. So I’m freaking out trying to remember my lines, and trying to hold them properly. And the live babies are between an actress’ legs, so it’s kind of uncomfortable. And then they call action, and you’ve gotta keep it all together.
Actor Jay Ryan who portrays Dr Fraser King in Offspring series two.