Fear factor

24-mara-wilson-storytelling-union-hall-2014-01-17-bk01_zMara Wilson was a go-to child actress in the early ’90s, memorably starring in movies such as “Matilda” and “Mrs. Doubtfire” (“We’re his goddamn kids too.”). Today, she’s popping up all over the place – not in films, but at storytelling events around the city. She hosts her own this weekend in Brooklyn, with the title “What Are You Afraid Of?” I asked her a few questions about it for the Brooklyn Paper, including, of course, what she’s afraid of.

Photo by Ari Scott

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