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- Jan 10 '17
King: Ok a little game of If You Only Knew.
Appleby: Ok, great.
King: What's a guilty pleasure?
Appleby: I guess Jon & Vinny's.
King: Role you're most proud of?
King: Something you wish you were better at?
Appleby: Cleaning up.
King: Most embarrassing moment?
Appleby: Most embarrassing moment the other day I met Natalie Portman in the parking lot at the farmers market with my two kids and she's been a role model of mine and I went to go talk to her, my kid was hanging out of my baby bjorn and berries were falling down the hill and I was just…
King: You didn't get to talk?
Appleby: I just literally said I've been working since I was a kid you’re a big role model for me but it was really sort of...
King: If you could trade places with someone for a day, who would it be?
Appleby: Hillary Clinton
King: Secret talent?
Appleby: Uh secret talent, I'm very good at carpool. I don't know if that's a secret talent.
King: That's a talent. What makes you laugh every time?
Appleby: My kids, yeah.
King:What makes you angry?
Appleby: People being late.
King: Me too.
Appleby: Yeah,I really don't like tardiness.
King: Who are you dying to still work with?
Appleby: Steven Spielberg.
King:Something we should all be paying more attention to?
Appleby: Our children.
King: If you weren't an actor what would you be?
Appleby: A lawyer.
King: Best piece of advice you ever got?
Appleby: Be nice to people.
King: Something along believed to be true but realized wasn't?
Appleby: That playing fair gets you ahead.
King: True. Tell me something people don't know about you.
Appleby: Um, I'm afraid of dogs. I got bit as a kid over my eye, so I'm still sort of a nervous around dogs and that I'm funny. I think because I have a skill of crying on set and being very dramatic on television, that I actually have a pretty good sense of humor and I'm pretty light-hearted.