I took my archery lessons. It was really fun to learn something new.
Being a part of the action is just incredible. I loved doing stunt stuff. I loved learning to ride.
When people send people on summer camps or bonding trips, they send them to do things like high rope climbing or extraordinary things. And when you do extraordinary things with people, like fighting battles or simulating huge wars, you do bond very quickly.
If you're working 12-hour days, then you come home to do three hours' homework, it's quite a lot on your plate.
I'm one of those people who really wants to do everything. And if I had enough time, I really would.
I think everyone has their personal stands, and everyone has challenges in their life.
I would not be allowed to be in the web series without playing 'Halo.' I'm awful, by the way. I'm much better at the live action version.
The nice thing about student drama is that you're allowed to get things wrong, because it doesn't mean no one will ever hire you again.
I am acting at university, and I have really enjoyed doing student drama.
I don't want to play the same character seven times. I think people would probably get bored of it.
What I love is acting, and the technical stuff does tend to slow things down.
When people ask what I'd like to do next, the answer is usually, 'Something with people in rooms.'
When you're filming for seven months or six months at a time, you bond with people hugely.
I really like being on set when you've all moved on a job because it makes you bond very quickly. You're all out of your time and comfort zone, so you kind of only have each other.
I'm not a gamer. I've never played any games. I was more a books and games outdoors kind of a person, so I was extremely daunted when I got this job knowing the size of the fan base and the commitment of the fans to 'Halo.'
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