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Katie Holmes: Siblings are intense

Katie Holmes reveals that living in a household with four older siblings was extreme at times.

The actress is preparing to debut her Broadway play Dead Accounts. The production by Smash creator Theresa Rebeck is about a man named Jack who moves back to his hometown in the Midwest from New York City to be greeted with suspicion by his sister Lorna.

Katie, who grew up in Ohio herself, has three older sisters and one brother and has been exposed to powerful family dynamics all her life.

"Sibling relationships are so intense - and in the best way," Katie told the New York Daily News.

"[I haven't forgotten] one minute that I've shared with each of my siblings."

Katie first performed in a Broadway play during the run of Arthur Miller's drama All My Sons in 2008.

The star is elated to be back in theatre.

"I've been looking to go onstage since All My Sons," Katie said.

"I've been a fan of Theresa's. It's really great to do a new play that you're going make people laugh - I hope."

Dead Accounts begins previews at the Music Box Theatre November 3.

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