From Rita Zekas of the Toronto Star:
- Talent for power tools, power roles
“Nellie McClung existed in the same time, in 1890, that my (Murdoch Mysteries) character did. I am intrigued with women of that time who had more open minds than some women in our time. Look at what’s happened today – brainless body-obsessed Pussycat Dolls – and it sickens me. We’ve come so far and we’re going there?” Read more.
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