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Born: November 1, 1972 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Blacktown, New South Wales, AU Profession: Cast ...
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"I don't understand why I do what I do. I don't understand why I act anymore. But I do know that I love it, and that I find it really interesting and satisfying to enter into other worlds and explore different ways of thinking. If that makes me an exhibitionist, then fine. I don't think of it like that, I can't see it like that, but I totally understand why you would say that." --Toni Collette quoted in Vogue Australia, August 1998.

"I'd like to study iridology. It's a form of holistic medicine where you look into a person's eye and you can tell exactly how they're functioning inside. I find that just amazing." --Toni Collette to New York, May 11. 1998.

"You know what my dream is? I want to build a mud-brick house on some beautiful land in some beautiful part of Australia, with a river and a waterfall on it." --Collette to the online site "Urban Cinefile", 1998.

"I pretty much try to work on films that I believe in and that really resonate with me in a very real place. I've never had a game plan. I'm just trying to do good work and keep it interesting for myself, and work with inspirational people. The luxury of working in the arts is that you don't have to go to the office everyday. There is a lot of variation involved so I really like to vary it and play different roles."---Toni Collette qouted in Venice Magazine February 2004.

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