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Polished Edge: Cat Deeley of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ on Fox

Polished Edge: Cat Deeley  of ‘So You Think You Can Dance’ on Fox

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Celebrity Q&A
August 7, 2013
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Q: Are you interested in doing more acting?

A: Yes, I would eventually like to do more acting. I had a small part on “House of Lies.” It’s a really clever show, and (Don Cheadle) is incredible. It’s slick. I was also on “Life’s Too Short” and on “The Exes.” I played a girlfriend.

Q: Do you have a type of role you prefer?

A: I like comedy. Would I like to do “Kramer vs. Kramer” or “Schindler’s List”? No, I know my limitations. I am a goofball. I love comedy.

Q: Do you get at all flustered working on live TV?

A: I did live TV for eight years, every week, three hours a week, 52 weeks a year on a Saturday morning kids show. I have fallen over. I dropped a mic. I got my first migraine on live TV. The scariest things, or the things you would be most scared about having happen on live TV, have happened. And I am here to tell the tale.

Q: What is the secret?

A: If you can handle it with a little bit of charm and self-deprecating humor, the audience accepts you.

Q: Is there any difference between your television persona and what we’re seeing in person?

A: I am the same person in real life as I am on TV -- sure, it is a little bit heightened on TV.

Q: Can you prepare for the show?

A: The key to everything is prep, prep, prep, then be in the moment and let it go.

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