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Actually, even though we were shooting way out in this beautiful part of hill country, we were staying at a nice hotel in downtown Austin, and every day, I’d come back to this nice hotel in some ritzy tower, and everyone would just be staring at me in the elevator, like, “What is this? ” Someone should have done a candid camera segment of returning to the hotel every night.Putting on those teeth was an interesting experience; they took quite awhile to get in place.

So we started over, and I froze up again and then ran and locked myself in the bathroom.So doing really dark, above-my-age kind of stuff was apparently a theme.But if you want to hear, some really crazy stuff happened when they were doing the [] sequel.But besides that, they pretty much stuck me in every position that Andy was in without some pretense other than “a doll was trying to kill me.” Oh yeah, we got along really well. There was this little pearl bead that fell off a necklace or something, and someone found it in the lady’s room — it might have been my acting coach — and gave it to her and told her to give it me and tell me that this was a magic ball. The residuals of these movies pay off for me all the time because I make appearances at horror conventions and haunted houses and movie screenings and pop culture conventions and things like that.Me and him and Catherine Hicks [who played Andy’s mom] and Chris Sarandon [who played the cop] all got along really well. I’m not sure what powers it had, exactly, but it was designed to make some sort of connection with us. No, because it would’ve been spent whether it was a lot of money or a little money. I do 12 or 15 of those a year, and over the years I’ve made a lot more money doing that than I did for the film itself.I would just sit there watching DVDs as the makeup people did it. I graduated Harvard Law at 21 with highest honors and it was an unbelievably amazing experience. I watched horror movies way too young and one of my favorite horror movies was Yeah, actually, I don’t know why anybody thought this was a good idea, but opening day, we took my Girl Scout troop to go see it at Universal City Walk and it was very traumatizing for the kids.

You know I’ve always been eager to challenge myself, so that was the basic motivation. And I was equally grateful to pass the bar on my first try and I’m completely licensed now. I remember that somebody, I don’t know who, made an announcement that I was sitting in the audience and then when I left the theater, everybody who was in the audience stood up and clapped and made a tunnel for me to walk out.

I was never given an actual doll from the set and I do kind of wish that I had one.

I would display He was no Samara, but 11-year-old David Dorfman (now 23) was unsettling in his own right as Aidan, the boy with the eerie stare who looked like he never slept — perhaps because he was waking up in the middle of the night to watch forbidden VHS tapes, giving his already doomed mother (Naomi Watts) just seven days to save him.

I leave sometimes six weekends in a row doing these appearances. The truth is that the Andy thing will wear off real fast.

If I wasn’t able to sustain your interest for any other reason besides that, it would never go anywhere.

I had a couple of things, like some wardrobe and the Good Guy cereal box from first scene.