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    • Rhona: (about Rob Lowe) I used to have pictures of him in my locker at school and, you have to understand, I was in an all-girls school which was a convent, with nuns. We weren't allowed to have many things, but one was pictures of men, specially handsome ones like Rob Lowe!

    • Rhona: (Speaking of her Indo-Irish heritage) It's a confusing heritage. I never know if I want to be running across the fields with no clothes on or sitting in the pub drinking Guinness.

    • Rhona: (On her phobias) Wind chimes. It's the whole nails-on-a-chalkboard thing.

    • Rhona (On her biggest assets) My absolute ability to walk into most situations feeling that whatever the outcome, it's fine. You go into everything headfirst, and even if it's not the path you expected, you feel it was still the right choice.

    • Rhona: It's okay to be a chick. I don't have to play by boys' rules all the time.

    • James Spader: (On Rhona) Besides being soft, warm and sexy, she's got a naughty mind and a filthy mouth. And she's always enthusiastic about getting into mischief.

    • Rhona: (On Lara Croft) She was an amazingly strong character. She was out there climbing mountains and traveling all over the world. In my own life I was rock-climbing and skydiving, so I thought, "does it get any better than this?"

    • Rhona: Living by the beach, I don't have to go to the gym as much. I can just ride my bike, rollerblade - anything to avoid the gym!

    • Rhona Mitra: Men get jealous of me traveling - they don't understand that just because I disappear on my own doesn't mean I'm going to shag someone else.

    • Rhona Mitra: I can't sit still. That's why I'm very difficult in a relationship.

    • Rhona: I was kicked out for taking a sixth-former's car and driving it down to the local boys' school. I was only 14. I left stuffing under my bedsheets but one of my friends told on me and the headmistress tracked me down. They put me in this room with bars on the windows to punish me. I was stuck in there for a whole week with just a rosary for comfort, having my dinner brought in on trays. The only time I got out was to say confession to the school priest. After that, they booted me out.

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