So I finished watching the Bleak House HD-DVD I got on the cheap from DVD.CO.UK. Excellent HD-DVD and show by the way... well anyway... On disc one they have a 20 minute personal interview with Gillian Anderson about Bleak House (shot in 2006 I presume), and having heard interviews with Gillian before about X-Files, I was stunned to hear her talk in such a convincing and natural British accent. I know she grew up in England for a time, but was born in the US and probably lived more of her life in the US than in England. So I search the internet for interviews with Gillian Anderson, and most are from either US TV talk shows, or for publicity for the new X-Files movie. As I suspected she has no vestige of an English accent. All her interviews were in plain as day "American" accent - as natural as can be. I then specifically search for interviews done for British TV (around the same time as Bleak house, etc.) and lo and behold her accent is purely British, as if that is her natural speaking voice. Can it be that Gillian even "acts" when granting an interview, even one on a "red carpet" walking into a movie premiere? Is she that able to "fake" out her audiences so that when speaking to an American audience she puts on her American voice, and when speaking to an English audience she puts on her English voice? So, my real question is, WHAT DOES GILLIAN ANDERSON's REAL (natural) SPEAKING VOICE SOUND LIKE???