My parents made certain I had no illusions about acting. To them, it was always just a job.
When I started acting, it was like a double identity crisis – your basic crisis, compounded by people saying, ‘there goes Robards’ kid, Bacall’s kid.’ Now I realize, sure, that gets your foot in the door, but once it’s there, it’s your foot. I’m not bothered anymore. I’m confident of my abilities.