I have so much to say about Kate’s Q and A which I will relay on CBS’s The Insider at 7:30 PM tonight. I will also blog about it in greater detail.
We have seen Kate’s narcissism and self centeredness becoming more and more evident over these past five years. Who could forget Kate’s not giving thirsty twin daughter Mady a drink of water while she selfishly took one for herself? But in last night’s Q and A with Kate on TLC, we really see her narcissism up close and personal as she revealed how she wants to be in a movie and the voice of a cartoon character . To me, it is just one more reflection of her narcissism, over inflated ego, believing her own press and thinking she is a huge star.
Having worked with so many actors throughout my career and having them as clients for the last two decades, from A listers who have won Academy Awards to beginning actors, I can assure you that being an actor is hard work and not to be taken lightly. Being a “cartoon voice” is acting and requires specific skills. In order to get those skills one has to go to acting classes and really hone in those skills. It does not come over night. It takes years and years of training and dedication and time.
Does Kate really have the time to put into an acting career when she has 8 kids to take care of? I think she needs to refocus her priorities. And focus on those kids and take care of them.
The contradictions, sarcasm, defensiveness, hostility and rudeness to those who took the time to email in questions like Sara F., as well as Kate’s signals of deception displayed throughout her Q and A as reflected by her body language, facial language, speech, and voice qualities will be addressed in my next blog so stay tuned. …