That's what makes a character interesting from an actor's perspective - the more screwed up, the better.
My husband travels a lot with his job, so we have a lot of frequent flyer miles so we can hop on a plane with no notice. That's a nice luxury and he is very supportive.
This was truly guerilla filmmaking. We shot out in the middle of nowhere in a place called Delta Flats, where basically every day was some new minor catastrophe.
We haven't done such a great job, so I don't know why God couldn't have started over somewhere else. I don't necessarily believe in aliens coming to the States, and I don't buy into the government cover-up.
I get to pretend I'm flying into space, and hang out with my friends. That's what I do for a living.
I think the more stressful our times get, the more we look for fantasy escapes.
I've loved the escapism of being another person, slipping into another character for a little while.
It might be arrogant to think that we're the only living creations in all of the solar systems that there are. Space is so vast.
The whole sex symbol or babe thing doesn't bother me.
It doesn't bother me that Seven has such an overtly sexual presence, because she has no concept of what effect that physical package would have on some male member of the crew. That's what's fun, her innocence.
The entire season, the show had never been aired for more than three weeks. You can't get an audience that way. They would never promo the show for the next week.
West Hollywood is predominantly gay, so every man that came into the grocery store was shopping for his boyfriend.
There is a very large chunk of our population who firmly believe in extraterrestrials.
I had never seen much of Star Trek, or any other science fiction, before I was cast. But Seven's wonderful.
I have no specific ideas in mind of what I will or won't do; it's all about the roles.
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