My very best friend died in a car accident when I was 16 years old. That was the hardest blow emotionally that I have ever had to endure. Suddenly, you realize tomorrow might not come. Now I live by the motto, 'Today is what I have.'
I think I've always had a certain amount of skepticism of this whole 'shut up and smile' theory. I haven't ever swallowed that pill so easily, although I tried.
I am a firm believer that you can have the body you want, only to the extent that you're willing to work for it.
One of the biggest challenges in my job is letting go of the movie once you go home at night, and knowing you can't do anything to your performance once you've laid it on film.
I personally think that if you deny something or if you hide something you're inadvertently admitting it's wrong.
You know, I've kind of been lucky enough to always work with established actors or big names or people that are really popular or infamous for doing what they do and doing it well, I guess.
I would love to see women be able to be powerful, complex, smart, opinionated and taken seriously, even if they are beautiful. Even more, I would love to see women held to different standards, other than the superficial ones that we're held to.
It requires bravery to do something no one else around you is doing.
I've always been a private person, and I've always valued my private life.
Models are just mannequins seeking validation at the hands of sleazy fashion people.
I have always been very rebellious and gone against the grain. I've always challenged the standards set before me.
Injustice can never be stood for.
You feel better when you're eating food that retains nutritional value.
If you want to do something, you find a way.
You can't respect yourself if you're afraid to be who you are.
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