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Christian Brescia 00:01
Good morning everyone and welcome back to another episode of Mondays with Mindy. Hey Mindy.
Mindy Cohn 00:05
Hey Christian. Today we're gonna have a conversation with my dear friend actress and soap opera legend, Deidre Hall ledge born in Milwaukee raised in Lake Worth, Florida, Deidre visited Los Angeles one summer while attending Palm Beach junior college and landed modeling jobs commercials and television shows very quickly in 1975. She portrayed super hair when Electra Woman in sit in mighty cross children's classic electro woman, Dinah girl, where I became an immediate fan. I was a weekly watcher. That's amazing. Yeah, I was in fourth grade. I'll never forget. Deidre next appeared in the first two seasons of the hit show emergency. But in 1976 Deidre Hall skyrocketed to fame, creating the role of Dr. Marlena Evans on the soap opera Days of Our Lives, a character whose popularity has created such a fervor and fan following rarely seen in television. In 1986, Deidre became the first actress to ever star in both daytime and primetime series when she was cast in the NBC drama our house. She left days the following year to concentrate on this show and the television movies that included and the sea will tell for the very first time, a Perry Mason movie and many many others. And in 1993, she created Never Say Never in which she not only starred but executive produced, the ABC movie was based on her real life struggle to create a family of her own and her final choice to have a surrogate as their solution in 1991. She delighted her fans by returning to days of our lives, and Dr. Marlena continues to be one of the most beloved characters. Deidre has graced the covers of national and regional magazine, won numerous awards and received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. She enjoys painting, watercolors, and even created her own notecard line featuring her art with her twin sister, Andrea, you can visit Deidre hall.com to order a set or two, Deidre lives with her children in Santa Monica.
Christian Brescia 02:02
Wow, amazing. I mean, I cannot wait to meet the legend that is Deidre Hall. Ladies and gentlemen, Here she comes. Hello Deidre Welcome.
Deidre Hall 02:12
Hi, Christian. Thank you. It's so nice to be here. It's so you're on it. Hi, lovey. It's I'm used to having Mindy here. So this is so peculiar. Hi, Dolly. How are you?
Mindy Cohn 02:23
I'm good. So we start each episode, Christian and I kind of created 20 questions. I pick five, you answer them. We start with just start conversating which between you and me get to know you. I have finally coined the term Hall vortex. Because sometimes Dee and I will be like, Why don't just get a quick lunch? Just a quick bite five hours later? Yes, yes. Yes. Oh, gosh. Anyway, I'm not worried about the gabbing. Okay, so first question. Deidre. What is your favorite dish to cook? And what is your favorite dish to eat?
Deidre Hall 02:59
Oh, cook. Cook, cook. Yeah, come on. You came up with these? I am. I'm making tuna casserole that my kids are crazy about them because one of my kids doesn't eat a lot of fish. Then I'm making chicken casserole and it's cilantro and an egg noodles and either chicken or fish and
Mindy Cohn 03:20
it's divine. And
Deidre Hall 03:22
of course, I'm sorry. You tell them what my favorite dish is. Out of cheddar cheese and it lasts for days, right. favorite thing to eat? Yeah. parmesan popcorn. No question. Whoo.
Christian Brescia 03:36
That's a good one.
Deidre Hall 03:37
You sound like you don't know about that?
Christian Brescia 03:39
I don't think I've ever had it
Deidre Hall 03:43
It is regular popcorn and then you you cover it and butter and then you cover that Parmesan cheese. It's it's really dangerous and addictive. Yeah,
Mindy Cohn 03:51
yeah. Oh, I see. Christian. I see you making bowls of that in your future. Maybe if I'm not made that yet. No, I'm not done that. We have not done that. struggle. Now we're about to have a theater experience at your house. This D bought tickets to this given theater thing. So you might have to make that for that.
There's no question. Yes. Yeah. Okay, good. parmesan popcorn will be served. Um,
Mindy Cohn 04:17
do you have a hidden talent?
I'm not sure I have an under hidden talent. hidden talent I do I you would No, no,
Mindy Cohn 04:25
no, because I think you've been out and about with your watercolor expertise and fabulous note cards which I mercilessly love it. Okay,
what do you do sign language I know sign language people maybe don't know that.
Mindy Cohn 04:38
Well, hello, that is the hidden talent that is definition.
I took that for several years and loved it loved it loved it. And like any language the problem with it is that if you speak French, who do you speak with, you know, sign language is even more challenging because unless you're hanging with the deaf community, it's not a big calling for my sister and I will sign And in restaurants or in stores, you know, we don't want to say things out loud.
Mindy Cohn 05:03
I kind of want to learn it just so that we can do that. Project. Yeah, great. Yeah. I love it. Yeah. After next puzzle, we need a few lessons of the puzzle about our puzzles. Yeah. And I am obsessed with puzzles. And she's the one that made me
develop that obsession. jigsaw puzzles not Yes, yeah, yes. Oh, good clarification.
Mindy Cohn 05:27
Yes. What do you splurge, john? That's a tough one. Um, I guess not much. You are a spender on others. That is your Mo. Oh, I will do that. Yeah, you're a good spoiler. I am. I don't have a I don't especially have a splurge. Okay, I so know that not to be true. No, but you love Blue Jays out in the backyard. I mean, that's that's a great pastime that I have. Yeah, and I also think you are a potion gal. I mean, you like a beauty cream? You like a cosmetic a? No,
I do. No, I do. I do. I do. I like to try new makeup things. Yeah, but I end up with a lot of makeup this morning. Because of course we don't have professional people helping us here. And I thought there is there my three colors that I always use every time so anyway. Yeah. Yeah. So you splurge on Monday?
Mindy Cohn 06:22
When I travel? Right? What do you Yeah, this is not about me. But yes. Thank you for asking it in a nutshell. I would have to say travel and the occasional cashmere sweater. I'm a little. Yeah, I like a good cashmere sweater. Okay, well, let me just know, don't you dare. Don't you dare I get you hot and cashmere. So yeah, well, not me. Hence when I come over to her and make her turn her fan on. Okay, so having flashes? That would be me, not her. I wasn't gonna go there with you. I was gonna say Kashmir does. Yes. Thank you. Thank you my secret. I now see I tell always safe with me. You know that? I do know that. Oh, my God, I know that you're incredible. That way. Very good friend. What is your best habit? And what is your worst?
My best habit probably is exercise. I will tend to exercise every day. I do the treadmill no matter what. And then I'll do whatever the spirit moves me to do. But that's my best habit, I suppose. And my worst is I'm going to say parmesan popcorn. I mean, it's at least a once a day, sometimes on exceptional days. It's twice a day. So yeah, yes, worthy. Yes.
Mindy Cohn 07:35
and last question before we just start gabbing on other things. What scares you?
Oh, my kids leave my kids get in the car when you know when there's when they're not in my bubble. And I can't keep them safe in the world. And don't worry, I will say please drive carefully. Please be careful out there. Please be careful out there. And just you know, prayer and cover him and lighten let him go out the door. But I don't like it. Yeah. Yeah. And then and then not having them check in. You know, when they don't check in and it's you know, 11 o'clock at night. Night. Oh my gosh, where are you? Hello? Yeah. Sleeping to close kind of terror. You know, in case I call a day you get down to the police station.
Mindy Cohn 08:19
Oh my god, will you ever grow out of that? Do
you think ever it's my kids are in their late 20s. So I it's probably why, you know what, when they finally leave you rest easier and all that. You can't stop? I don't know. I don't have a good answer for that. But I don't think I'll ever stop. Because of course, my life would have if anything happened to us. I want my children.
Mindy Cohn 08:41
I bet and I know. Yes. Yeah. Um, so you are such a unique person in every way. But one of the things I really want to share with our listeners and our viewers and Christian about Deidre is Deidre has this skill that has she calls it a muscle that she has developed? We're gonna start talking about the creative process, whatever the hell that means. Okay, okay. Okay. But you have this skill, and you call it a muscle that you've developed or Deidre Christian can look at a script once, maybe twice, and have all the dialogue in the world that she needs for that day or that moment. And then by evening, it's gone in a healthy way.
If you said, second tape, I probably couldn't do a second take that stuff. What again? How much time do I have to do the same?
Mindy Cohn 09:32
Oh, my god, yes. Yes, leaves very fast. But it's that muscle that all atoms have my memory teacher works as fast as long as you were an artist she works. She's able to develop that anyway. I'm green with envy that she's able to do that because you know how I suffer over a one. scenar Yeah, yeah. So having said that, do you just get on set and as you would define your creative process is that when all the whatever comes out the app smattering of it or, or what? It's changed because of COVID. Because in the old days before, you know, before COVID
Yeah, we were able to meet in our dressing rooms and run lines for, you know, a specific amount of time, and then get on stage and do a blocking and then do a drop. I mean, we had a lot of creative time to work together. And now we literally come in, in the morning, we get COVID tested, we go to our rooms until the test clears. So we're in our rooms, you know, for a couple hours. And then we do our own hair and makeup now. So that that's a way of kill a couple hours in your room. Yeah, and and then if we run lines, they have to be on the phone, we can't even stand in the hallway. And we really know. Oh, once they call you on stage anyway. Then we quickly you know, race to the lines and race to the blocking a God that Yeah, I'm gonna pick up this year. I'm going to put that and Okay, let's roll tape. Wow. It's right. Yes, it's something. So my,
Mindy Cohn 11:01
do you miss hanging out with your
age? I miss all of it. I mean, that's playtime is going going to work and playing with you know, that your daughter getting the things she wanted, and you just have to get into the school. I mean, because we're so entangled with each other, that suddenly not hearing about their stories and how their families are and that's it's a little lonely or different. I'm not sure I can call it a creative process it just pull everything out that you've got, and you throw it up on the screen and they move on. So it's
Mindy Cohn 11:34
Do they ever in what they write for you? Are you ever I mean, surprised by where Marlene is going or, or do you pretty much know you put her on like a comfortable jacket at this point.
Um, she's real familiar to me and I play are from myself. So I have a storyline wise, we don't often know. We're certainly on to ask and we're certainly you know, sort of on needs no basis. But we're so far ahead. You know that. How far ahead are you? Where we see we've shot July 4. Oh, wow. So we know we've been at different points when when the pandemic yet. We were something like seven months ahead. So it's okay, we're going to go down now four, go down, go dark for six months. And so we went from March until September we went dark.
Mindy Cohn 12:21
Yes. Yes. That I remember.
Yeah. Because we had new shows to put on the air. And, you know, some of the other shows didn't have that. But we had that real luxury of time. So that was that was good. And so
Mindy Cohn 12:32
now you're kind of back caught up maybe not seven months, but you're a good few months in then.
A few months. Yeah. Well, yeah. I think what we shot did we shoot Thanksgiving out or no, but anyway, we're we're in good shape.
Mindy Cohn 12:43
Yeah, well, and I'm like, I think if our listeners only know you from soaps, which to me would be a complete shame because how I found you is your first starring role as electro woman on set in mighty crops. You laugh that day. Oh, my God. I've lost sound. I can't hear you any more. Shut up. Shut up. I say that because those shows are still imprinted in my life. And so I remember when I met you, why are they imprinted in your life? Why? Why not? Because Sid and Marty Krofft shows, I mean, HR profits of all of them were, I think kid crack, they knew how to these characters, these colors, these stories. I don't know they they're part of my childhood and my growing up. So having said that, when we finally met, I'll be it. Hi. Nice to meet you. Whatever the first time because we were both on NBC. That's the first time I learned that you were the star co star William Brimley. God rest his soul. Oh, yes. Our house? Yes. Yes. The first person I ever knew and still our two star in an a primetime drama and a daytime. How the hell did you do that? Oh, it was crazy. It was crazy. That's comprehend how you did that?
Yeah, it was a lot of wrangling it was when I audition for our house because it was an NBC show. Yeah. That was just sort of the, you know, well, if you get it, we'll just have to sort that out. And then I did. And I really, really wanted. I mean, I really that character that shows so spoke to me and I really desperately wanted. And so for the first season that we were on the air days, would have me come in on a Saturday, and shoot all my shows for the week. And then five days a week, I would go to our house and then and then shoot on Saturdays. And then it just got to be a minute well,
Mindy Cohn 14:33
and I knew then because you not only were co starring in that series, but of course once you're on primetime, all these TV movies and I mean, the nighttime world opens up to you. And you know, the opportunities start availing themselves and of course, you're a total draws, the producers want to hire you. And so you did this slew of amazing TV movies and I just don't think a lot of people realize the breadth of your work because your days character is so iconic. And so beloved. And so long lives. You're waiting like 40 something years. Yeah. So it's just brilliant. It's amazing. I just think it's testament. So I mean, you know, I'm your biggest fan. But trajectory wise, I think I know the answer to that question, but I could be wrong. Um, do you have aspirations or desires to go back into primetime? Are you? Are you still kind of hungry for that? Interesting. Should the opportunity present itself?
Okay, of course, yes. The Annoying truth is about that, that I, you know, what I do our house. Because we had children on the show, they had to spend a certain number of hours in school. So I would be, I would be the bookends, come in, in the morning, shoot a scene wait around. So it was a lot of sort of, you know, marking time and remembering how to shoot on camera, because that was sort of new to me. not new, but a bit a mile. And the pace, you know, data. Oh, get it done. Get it done. Get
Mindy Cohn 16:00
it done by Guy. So
you are flying through dialogue. And, and I did miss pace. I did miss pace. Yeah. And we're the stepchildren You know, this, I mean, whether it shows it making money for the network. How annoying is that? Because, you know, we don't have time for special lighting and you know, special everything. Get out there, shoot it, try to find your own light. And now we can do your makeup. Try to do your hair down? Yeah, you're like,
Mindy Cohn 16:26
Yeah, well, I think the fan commitment and expectation of you guys regarding fans and outreach is you have a much heavier load than I think primetime actors, what you are asked or expected to do from those fans, I think is I know what you do for your fans and how hard you work. And it's a lot of extra that I don't think people in primetime even think about or would or would say
yes to, yes, we are much more connected to our fans, and they're much more invested. Because, you know, to be clear, we're in their living room five days a week, right? So we're there. We're there. In our storylines we play every beat of a story. You know, it isn't a one hour start to finish. It's a on the first day you meet the guy second day, he's made you the third day you think he's cute the fourth day, you know, so it's protracted, and and they get to see every moment of the of the story and the acting. Yeah. Which is, which is lovely for an actor. I mean, that's just to say, Okay, I get to play every frame of this storyline. And that answers Yes, you do.
Mindy Cohn 17:31
Yes. Well, you know, so Chris, we
also I should, yeah, it was a time when our actors not infrequently will go out on autograph, yeah, parties and that kind of thing. But every year until this year, we have done a fan date universal called the day of days where the entire cast would meet with anybody who comes to Universal and sit in the audience. And yeah, wow. So yeah, we do a lot. We do a lot. You do? You do?
Mindy Cohn 17:57
Um, yeah. I in fact, Christian, I'll share with you, you know how I'm ready to go back to work. She's ready. And he said, like, you know, would you ever and I absolutely developed flopsweat. I thought about trying to do even a week of what she does. Literally, I just thought and I looked at her and I said, I mean, I'll blow it. There's no way I think the Pete most actors do not understand the level of intensity of not just learning the lines, but then like, actually like making something of it. Right. I'm also not really soap material. I mean, just look at the two of us. It's Matt and Jeff here.
I mean, look at you. I know you spoke to danno about that, too, that she had she joined our show for a while.
Mindy Cohn 18:40
Yeah, I mean, you know, she used to be very heavily featured on a soap opera and then you know, took decades off and then came back and did a spot with Deidre days not with the but on the show. And she was like a deer in headlights. You know, it was just like, just the amount of work to remember the words and actually try and emote and do she? It does un I would. She's
extraordinary and weird and which is a great thing go without saying, you know, but but she did not work with that pace. You know, you think oh, I'll be there all day. I'll have time to rehearse. And suddenly your call on stage and life goes on. So yeah, no, it was. Yeah.
Mindy Cohn 19:19
I just think about how I would embarrass myself so badly. So yeah. For me, what, what have you been bingeing on during this? What are some of your favorite things that you've watched? Can you remember?
Um, of course, I was. You asked me I have no idea. Right. Okay. So the famous story about what are you doing with that? What do you mean, what am I doing with that? The soap? Oh, Mindy came in one day and I had ordered some products and things right. They arrived. And she said, What are you doing with that? So I said, What's the matter with you? Who are you? What kind of ridiculous question is that? And I had ordered some of the soap from shits Creek.
Mindy Cohn 20:00
Inspired by Beekman 1802, who by the way is sponsoring season four? So Oh my god, the guys are going to be loving this conversation right now. Oh, okay. Um, but you know, I said, I speak with a Tina too. She says, Oh, yeah. You know, like, Hi, idiot, how are you? Welcome to my house. And, and of course, it was inspired by shits Creek and D had gone a deep dive into it during the pandemic, and ordered this. And so yes, it was like we I then connected her to the guys and made everybody very happy.
Yeah. Yeah. Love that stuff. Yeah. So and then, Craig?
Mindy Cohn 20:37
Yeah, yeah. And tell me what is who or what inspires you?
Just in general, you know, I get very moved by people that keep doing their job. I get very moved by the cashier. And I was in the market, you know? Yes. neighborhood market. Yeah. And I needed some coffee filters. And I didn't. It's a very small store, we might add. And I was at the cash register, the girl the other register acid, coffee filters, and she left the cash register, and went over and pulled them off the shelf. Yeah, you know, that kind of that kind of shouldn't have to do that. You know, and I could have said, buy the coffee. Stupid, you know? Where you been looking for a buy the oranges? Just people that carry on?
Mindy Cohn 21:29
Yeah. I love that. You know, you are one of the kindest people that I know. I don't think I've ever told you that out loud. Don't do that. Take it.
I don't care. You think why you'd say that. But that's very sweet. We should spread that around. But I'm the kind of person Yeah, know what
Mindy Cohn 21:48
you are. And I love that you notice it? And others? I mean, I kind of feel like you spot it. You got it. I think why you say that, at least to me. And you didn't ask for an explanation. But Hi, you're here I am giving it that you notice that so many people, I think especially during this time when there's a lot of apprehension and fear and the fact that that's your answer. You know, one more time makes me realize just how good and kind of a person you are that you would notice them and others and that it is it is touching and moving. Just those normal things, that it's not something extraordinary, or someone doing something extraordinary. That's all I'm saying that was my commentary on it. Because you asked, didn't you ask
that I asked my children, I say to my children, I'm sure you have these feelings. But when you're in traffic and and you hear a siren, and everybody goes off to the right. Or you get to a faraway stop. And the guy on the right says everybody the roundabout, oh my gosh, the round. And I'm always saying, see, it's so much easier when everybody reads the same book. Because I've got to wait for that guy to circle the round about that I can fall in that he'll wait for me because it's such, there's just this kind of universal way that works for the world. Yeah. And if you all read the same book, you know, it works much more smoothly. Yeah, he's
Mindy Cohn 23:10
here. Where you grew up? Did that somehow create the aesthetic you have, you have an incredible aesthetic that really is just you I walk into your house or the way you put yourself together, you have a certain aesthetic did did that? Did you develop that? Or did that come from? Where you grew up? Where does that come from?
I'm trying to think to what you're referring. I like color, I don't know, which means
Mindy Cohn 23:37
I just yeah, I guess your taste level? Or how you move through the world? Was that developed on your own as an adult or as something from how you were raised your childhood kind of formulate? That? Do I need to ask it in a different way?
I don't even know how I'm having this sort of flood of reactions to thoughts that are floating up. Okay. My older brother had downs. And that I think changes a family that changes the way you behave in the world. Because we were always, you know, watching to make sure we were five kids all together and so we'd be playing Foursquare on the, you know, on the street, in small town. And, and we would let you know, Terry's gonna play what Kerry's gonna play. Okay, okay. Right. And if somebody hit it to him too hard, the four of us went home. That was it. You can't don't mess with him. Some. So it's, it's that is sort of an instinct to watch out for people that maybe need a little more help than than others. to just get through the day, you know, make sure you say make sure he's comfortable. Make sure he's not scared. Because that was we all learn that at an early age to take care of my brother. I don't know if that's a blessing or a curse or both. But you may not expect one more time you explained. innately. Just how kind you are. Patient and notice people know you notice the ordinary easier, I think or it comes easier to you than most people, especially in Los Angeles.
Mindy Cohn 25:09
I just have to say, so that that explains a lot. Yeah. Okay. Yeah, yeah. Thank you. Well done. Well done Deidre. A deep dive into these answers. Oh, no, I like it. See, I make Yeah. Good thing, right. Don't you love this? Tell me how much you love it.
I would prefer that I would prefer to have to think a little harder than.
Mindy Cohn 25:34
And I think the other thing that I, I hope you don't mind me sharing with people out there that I I don't know, again, you're very good about differentiating public and private lives. But you are very, very politically active. And what I mean by that is you you made a decision to plug in, and have it matter to you. And I know you went on the campaign trail without Gore. I mean, you you have chosen sometimes to put yourself out there. And I wonder where that came from. And when that got developed,
and why maybe it's the same kind of place, maybe it's, you know, the world doesn't treat everybody equally. And if you have a little bit of influence, or a little bit of power is the wrong word, but influence also influence. You want to be careful how you use it, you know, you want to be you want to you want to be smart about it. And and so there were some campaigns that I felt very strongly about. And and I I traveled, I tracked he did yeah. With cow. I mean, I spent the night before the election in Fort Lauderdale with Cher and Sharon Stone, and I mean, you know, pretty hefty company.
Mindy Cohn 26:47
I know. There you were on stage. You're so cool.
Yeah, I was just Yeah, yeah. What am I What am I doing here? Okay, shut it up. But it was was, and I and you know, a lot of it, I'm thinking is because you do you model what you want your children to see. Yeah, you don't like to change it. Shut up and change it, get out there and, and step up and use whatever voice you have to impact situations that you want to see change. So that's what it is. And I feeling dicey about it, because I don't believe in telling people how to vote. No, I vote I'll tell you things I think are important, you know, but I'm a little more careful, because that's everybody has one vote and they need to spend it where they see fit. Yeah, yeah.
Mindy Cohn 27:32
I do have Yes. And I have to say we've had great conversations where you are one of my few friends in my life, who I'm able to because I self admittedly, everyone knows that I am a democrat and proud of it and etc. But I do I will turn on Fox News. And I will turn on I want to know what the other side or aside is thinking. Also, I that's how I grew up, I grew up I want to know that in the knowing even if I violently disagree with you, at least I can maybe have some sense of understanding where you're coming from, or even if I don't have understanding, at least I know. And I have the information. And it's not just America. So Deidre and I have had like amazing conversations, even though we're kind of similar in our views. You know, she's one of my, one of my few friends who is able to also agree with that, like, yeah, I kind of want to know what I mean, it's important to know where people are coming from, even in these very divided times. And I anyway, I appreciate that. I really like that Honey. Yeah. And what I want everyone out there who's listening to know is that this woman is one of the most important people to me in my life. And that I love her and she's one of the truest friends I've ever had and will continue to have for the rest of my life but what's true and I will gratefully and gladly grow very old with this person in my little group. So Dee, I just can't thank you enough for doing this and Christina and I know we're so excited to have you on an episode so thank you thank you my friend I adore you so much
as we get I'll see you for supper. I know this Oh, I and I you know where I was I just I saw our patients so I know what you're doing tomorrow. So yes, you do.
Mindy Cohn 29:17
Thank you We we share some beauty personnel
Christian Brescia 29:20
Shall We Dance women guys, women.
I'm really proud of what you're doing with with your voice. And you know, you shouldn't be you know, certainly be on cameras so much more than you are it's the no it's the one I want to say about that. It's a loss of the industry because you have such a breadth of experience and and talent and it's just ridiculous and somebody hasn't said we will
Mindy Cohn 29:45
it will happen because it always
what we flirted with do it let's go do a hallmark movie together. We can cry together for
Mindy Cohn 29:55
we've decided to throw in pitch ourselves to co star in some Hallmark movie. Apparently that was One brain thing that we had in the water Yeah.
Christian Brescia 30:03
Yeah. You got to lose weight. Thank
Mindy Cohn 30:05
Christian Brescia 30:06
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