Earlier this week, at the opening night of Driving Miss Daisy at the John Golden Theatre, Vulture asked the assorted celebrities about their experiences with drivers. Glenn Close had a pretty good answer, and so did Sarah Paulson: "Mostly I seem to do a panicked thing of trying to get them to stay awake. Because I always seem to be going somewhere early in the morning or late at night, and I’m always worried that they’re going to fall asleep at the wheel. So every time I see them even blink, I start coughing loudly, I sneeze, I make my phone ring by testing ring tones, or I ask them questions about themselves. That always seems to perk them up. Everyone loves to talk about themselves." For more famous people talking chauffeurs, click through our Party Lines slideshow.