I grew up in Sydney, Australia, and I started doing acting classes when I was in eighth grade.
There's parts of Sydney totally indistinguishable from West London. It's exactly the same - the sense of capitulation, discouraging assimilation.
Land values are going up a lot in Sydney, but it's feasible to build because prices are going up, too.
Film directors don't come to the theatre in Sydney. In London and New York, they do.
Anyway, when I was a kid, I dutifully went to the Sydney Technical and Fine Arts College.
If Paris is a city of lights, Sydney is the city of fireworks.
Sydney has taken my money, Melbourne has my respect, but Adelaide has taken my heart; I shall return.
I definitely love Australia. I've been to Sydney and Melbourne a couple of times, and I love those places.
Melbourne is my type of city, much more so than Sydney.
I think the thing that L.A. had on Sydney is an awesome music scene, especially for what I do.
Part of my childhood was spent in Sydney and part in rural New South Wales, at Armidale.
I have made of Sydney, to which I sailed in 1965, a paradise beyond the powers of fancy.