Katie Holmes stated during a recent Vogue interview with co-star Norbert Leo Butz to talk about their Broadway play Dead Accounts, their hometowns, and how terrible a cook the actress is.
Holmes commented, “Me in the kitchen is a comedy. But it’s heartbreaking for me going through it,” reports Us Magazine.
The recently divorced star isn’t afraid to reveal that she’s a terrible cook, adding that, while others certainly get a good laugh out of watching her try to prepare a meal, “they probably think it’s really funny, because all the pans are out, and I get frustrated…”
But despite her lack of prowess in the kitchen, Katie Holmes certainly makes up for it on the stage. Dead Acocunts is the second time the actress has appeared on Broadway, the first being her 2008 debut in All My Sons.
This time, instead of sharing the stage with Patrick Wilson, she’s sharing with Butz, Judy Greer, and Josh Hamilton. The Huffington Post notes that Holmes seems incredibly excited about her performance on Broadway, hinting that there may be more to come. She added:
“It’s exciting because there’s no close-up, so a person has to use every inch of themselves. So you’re never done — and who wants to be done? It’s just another opportunity to keep growing.”
So, it appears that, despite the fact that Katie Holmes is less than stellar in the kitchen and may need to hire a cook for herself and her six-year-old daughter Suri, she certainly needs no help with her Broadway career.