Phil Bas, Christina Applegate, Kelly Bundy discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
She's performed on Broadway on television, of course on Phil bas. Well, and it all started out before she could even speak really as a little baby it started. And she's been working ever since on this episode we talk about why she decided to take a step back from the spotlight. What she's learned about herself along the way and her favorite role yet. Christina applegate. Welcome to no limits. Thank you. Thank you. I'm a real fan of you and your work, and your story. You started acting so young. I was you're a maybe I was yes, you can't really call it acting as a baby. Yes, I was on camera from the time of, you know, three months old until the last couple of years where I've taken time off. I watched you a lot when I was a kid Kelly Bundy, I secretly watched you actually, my parents wouldn't let me watch. My dad was holding, and as a kid, which now seems so it wait. No, it's like silver, spoons, basically, compared to everything else on television. Exactly. Do you remember what is your earliest memory of acting? Gosh. I think my earliest memories were when I would my mom would put me in the plays that she was in because she couldn't afford a babysitter. So I would end up being in these plays who's part of this theater group. And so that's those are the first some of the first memories I have as being on stage in these little plays. Did you instantly like it? I you know what I think they like they lured me onto stage like Eminem. So, yeah, I sat there, I think in eight Eminem's, and then said something here and there, but yeah, I did I, then I was in another play an independent of her later on noise about ten years old. And I really loved that your mom is an actor and was a really pivotal part of your life growing up. Did you ever think about any alternative path, you know?.