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Christina Pickles

Christina Pickles is a British-American actress. She is known for her role as Nurse Helen Rosenthal in the NBC medical drama St. Elsewhere (1982–1988), for which she received five nominations for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series. She is also known for her recurring role as Judy Geller on the NBC sitcom Friends (1994–2004), for which she was nominated for the 1995 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series.

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I've done so many pilots I thought were good that didn't work, and so many that I thought were bad that did work.
I think toward the end of my run as an Emmy nominee, I started to dress better. At the beginning I was overdressed and uncomfortable.
I'd like to get away from diseases of the week. — © Christina Pickles
I'd like to get away from diseases of the week.
I actually have an absolute respect for nurses and hospitals.
I will not have my face lifted.
I am interviewed a lot about 'Friends' and people always want me to say nasty things or 'what was this person like.' And I can't because they were all wonderful.
I grew up in England, and people there are pretty difficult. They never say what they mean, and when they do it comes out harsh.
And there are a lot of people like that, who feel loneliness and despair but cover it up.
I really felt home in New York and still do. It's never lost interest for me.
Everything begins and ends with the writing.
I just love the different rhythm of comedy after having been in a disease-of-the-week kind of show.
I don't know why. But I've always thought a large, metropolitan hospital was a very valiant thing.
When you're old you have to be funny.
For less powerful actors to reject work is just a waste of time and money - pointless.
I have no trouble saying, as the copy reads, about how caring nurses are, because it's true.
I've been hopping around in sitcom land. I did an episode of 'Roseanne,' 'Family 'Ties' and 'Who's the Boss.'
Any family that doesn't fight really needs therapy.
I knew Jennifer Aniston would be a huge success from the moment I saw her in rehearsals.
At the beginning of 'Friends,' Matt LeBlanc was anxious. Every time he did something, he would look for approval to the director, the producers or the writers if they were around. There would be a look of: 'Am I doing this right?'
I've always just sort of bashed ahead with my life and hoped that it would all eventually make some sense. — © Christina Pickles
I've always just sort of bashed ahead with my life and hoped that it would all eventually make some sense.
I'd like to do a sitcom.
I actually didn't learn about acting until I moved to America, eventually met Bert Knapp and studied with him.
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