Yes, that’s what Liza Minnelli told New York Times‘s Jacob Bernstein.
But that’s just when she’s not being hit by a follow spot.
Here’s her full statement:
“From the waist up, I’m Dorothy’s daughter.
From the waist down, I’m the Tin Man’s kid.
I feel about 112.
Until I hit that stage, and then age disappears.”
Descriptive, funny, self-deprecating–everything a celebrity quote should be.
But enough about her.
I happen to be mentioned in the article.
And I’m in two photos in the paper! You can see them in the slide show–images 2 and 8–with pals like Lynn Yaeger and Robin Byrd.
And I don’t look a day over 111 (though from the waist down, I’m pretty tinny myself).
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on August 9, 2012