Michelle Williams had a very New York “aha” moment when she realized she’d made it in the entertainment industry.
“When you stop debating the $2.50 for the subway versus the $20 for the cab and you don’t have a whole involved thought process with yourself about if you can or if you should,” the Oscar nominee, 38, told The Hollywood Reporter of the moment she knew she was successful in Hollywood. “The moment where I was like, ‘Oh, I didn’t even think about it, I was just like, ‘Taxi!’”
And it seems the “Fosse/Verdon” star, who has been one of the main faces of equal pay in Hollywood, hasn’t taken public transportation lately, as the price of a single subway ride went up to $2.75 over four years ago.
Meanwhile, Niecy Nash said she knew she made it when her “Reno 911!” character became a Halloween costume.
“Walking Dead” actress Danai Gurira echoed that sentiment, adding, “The Halloween costume was definitely a ‘What the heck?’ moment for me, too. Then it’s the stuff you end up having to sign. Like, now you’re a Christmas ornament. That’s my face on this thing you hang on your tree? OK, I’ll sign that.”
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