The Once upon a Time actress, 37, on marriage, kids and playing the villain
What is it like playing the Evil Queen?
I get to exercise parts of myself that I don’t necessarily get to—in fear of losing everyone I love.
When are you the most villainous in real life?
When I’m behind the wheel of a car. I’m enraged at horrible drivers.
How is married life?
It’s kind of cool. My husband [software executive Fred Di Blasio] is an incredible father. That’s partially why I fell in love with him.
You have three sons now. What’s your ‘cool stepmom’ trick?
I’ll reprimand them in a really thick New York accent, so it doesn’t sound like it’s coming from me and they can laugh it off.