We all have a dark side. Most of us go through life avoiding direct confrontation with that aspect of ourselves, which I call the shadow self. There's a reason why. It carries a great deal of energy.
I am so proud of Amelia Boynton. I can burst with pride.
Pretend and real are all real to a psychopath.
As a modern woman, there are things I take for granted, and that shows up in the way I sit, the way I walk, the way I think, and what I know to be possible.
We actors are superstitious creatures. We do all the homework, and we put all of the components together, but there's always one key aspect that we're not in charge of, really, and that's magic. You are always on the lookout for where and how that magic is going to ignite.
I think if I weren't an actress, I might have made a halfway decent attorney! I like the way they think.
When you eliminate vanity from an art form, and I would think that this would be any art form, what is left is an opportunity to be incredibly naked and truthful.
I find I often do my best work when I'm not attached to the outcome of the audition.
Anything you need, you can get on YouTube. It's wacky.
I don't think anyone would disagree with this: You are self-directed in daytime, and that's it. So come with it, and bring it on the first take.
I grew up a middle class, colonized child of teachers and librarians and people, women especially, who treasured education.
I have a big life, a small child, I work, I do a lot of things, so I'm often playing catch-up with what's current.
I have read every book in the 'Dune' series and every Anne Rice book.
I meditate. I've been a meditator since, I think I was doing it unofficially before all my life and then began to formalize it somewhere around 14.
I was born odd. I was a strange child. My grandmother was always praying over me. She was always rubbing me and praying over me.
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