The hardest part about acting is realizing it doesn't matter.
That's a funny thing, fame. People definitely do treat you differently. When you begin to be successful, people say, 'Don't go changing.' Well, that's easy to say, but the fact is, you don't change at all - other people do.
A lot of my success is because of what I look like. I know that.
You know what I like to do on a Sunday morning? Clean my house. I really enjoy it; it's my ritual. I require tidiness, actually. I have to have everything spotless before I can relax.
I think everybody's got a malicious side.
I've never gone to acting school and I never will, so I'm learning about the business from the people who are in the business. It doesn't seem like I work at all. And the unknown is always exciting.
My mother said I was a star when I was about four years old. That's all I need.
Nobody's perfect. And if you think they are, you're sadly mistaken.
You go through your 20s sort of like a chrysalis in many ways, stretching into your own skin and trying to bust out of a cocoon.
As a kid, I spent an awful lot of time pretending I was somebody else. I think growing up in the 1980s wasn't very exciting so you kind of create this secret life of an alternate person. You pretend to be whatever you need to be that day, so you live in that dream world.
I can be intolerably jealous and I think that's what's driven me. My ambition knows no end.
I don't hang out with movie stars, and you won't see me going to many Hollywood parties. I'm actually quite boring.
I'm a workaholic. I also go to the gym a lot - it's my new thing. Yes, I am a compulsive person.
When little kids come up to me, I'm a fully-grown adult, and that's always weird to me.
Celebrity has lost its value - all you have to do is go on a reality TV show for six weeks and everybody knows your name.
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