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Television is fun: 'Homeland' star Claire Danes

 2016-03-22 05:28:36.0


Los Angeles:�"Homeland" star Claire Danes says television is "fun" because of the uncertainty factor that it brings in. "Television is fun too because we�re riding this train on tracks that are being laid and, you know, nobody really knows where it�s going to go, even the writers are not entirely certain," Danes said in a statement. "And so, it�s terrifying and really thrilling and I�m as hungry for the next script as, you know, an audience is going to be for the next instalment, you know, the next episode. We�re all kind of biting our nails," she added. Danes, who stars as Carrie Mathison, a Central Intelligence Agency officer with bipolar disorder in the American political thriller television series, says she admires the "insane super-human intelligence" of her character in the show, but she is not like her in real life. "I admire her like insane super-human intelligence, her Spidey sense, like, she�s so extraordinary and I�m so glad that I get to pretend to be because I�m not, in that way, and she�s so. She means so well; she�s really earnest, brazen and kind of sexless. I mean, she�s not defined by her gender," Danes said. However, Danes said that she doesn't recommend anyone to date her character. "She doesn�t have inhibitions that most women are supposed to have and I enjoy and appreciate her brazenness and her chutzpah and her courage and yeah, I think she�s actually a pretty good person given how terribly she can behave. She works really, hard and you�ve got to give her credit for that. But, you know, I don�t recommend dating her; not a good idea," she said. "Homeland" airs on weekdays on Star World in India. (IANS)

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