I was quite naughty at school.
My mother, she had a very good attitude toward money. I'm very grateful for the fact that we had to learn to save. I used to get like 50 pence a week, and I'd save it for like five months. And then I'd spend it on Christmas presents. I'd save up like eight pounds. It's nothing, but we did that.
I always thought I was going to end up an old spinster, with my cats and fur coats.
You can't connect with something you're not passionate about.
I don't know why it's still a taboo to be a feminist.
I'm always surprised at what I actually end up doing because I don't have a strategy or a game plan, especially now that I'm making my own choices.
Especially with girls, people always want to put them in little brackets.
Never in my short career, I've never had that experience where I wasn't sure if I was acting or if it was real.
I'm looking at working with people I get on with, that respect me, that don't just see me as a piece of ass. Which I have experienced as well. I've nearly walked off very big films before, and I would, because I don't want that in my life. I want to enjoy the work I do.
The industry is quite chauvinistic generally. Expectations of women, girls, what they should look like, how they should be, what they should say, what they should wear, how their hair should be, what colour their skin should be.
I love strange things; my favorite movies are weird, eclectic, and intriguing.
I'm always listening to music; I can't live without it.
It's interesting for me to always make myself look very different.
It's such a male-dominated industry. You can be a feminist, it's just difficult because it sometimes comes back at you.
Music is my biggest passion aside from anything else.
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