I don't really get nervous for auditions, because I just see them as mini acting classes. There's no need to have an attachment to the outcome because it's out of your hands after that.
People instantly assume you can't have a platonic friendship with someone of the opposite sex. I think this may be specific to L.A. - or America.
There's no point in dwelling on rejection.
I go by intuition. Work-wise, that means asking myself if a role will push me outside my comfort zone, challenge me to learn something new.
I've always been quiet, more of an observer.
I was a barefoot earth child for a couple of years.
I find it tricky to make plans.
My first audition was the worst I have ever done, ever.
I'm really drawn to European films.
Mom worked with autistic children.
My dad is a pilot so I think I was born with the travel bug.
Acting kind of chose me.
I like to keep mobile. It keeps my mind awake.
I don't think it's unusual to spend time with your castmate.
I just said yes to opportunities that came my way.
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