Nicollette Sheridan says the following: \ ‘ I read the pilot of desperate Housewives and found him great. He was exceedingly funny, very human, different and above all extremely entertaining. I would read the role of Bree. I found her an interesting complicated, nightmare and thought: If this series seven years running, I get very probably regret as hairs on my head with this role. But if it’s the only role in which they see me, then I read him though. \ ‘ \ ‘ I did the audition, but not with conviction because I was dressed in a suit that Bree would never wear. It was a beautiful white pantsuit by John é, with a low neckline. I read so for Bree and when I was done, said the Director: \ ‘ no, no, no. \ ” I said: Pardon? No, no, no? What do you mean to them? And he said: \ ‘ I see you rather as Edie. Would you mind to find such a type to play? \ ‘ I went out, made a few buttons of my jacket loosely, brushed my hair, came back and read Edie. Everyone was laughing, because it was immediately clear. I said: \ ” I come in as a brave mother with two little children and go away as a slut. \ ‘ \ ‘ initially would Edie actually not that big a role in the series play. The role of Edie was conceived as a small, every now and then returning back, role. But when Nicollette Sheridan, a familiar face on television, wanted to do to the series, the role was much larger. Since I had luck with it. Sometimes the casting gods with you and sometimes not. In this case, the casting gods us particularly mirthful. \ ‘ said Marc Cherry.
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