People have a problem with me being different, but that propels me forward in life.
I certainly was never the pretty girl at school, but I can go to a lot of different places with this face.
It's good to feel stupid sometimes and do things that are out of your comfort zone.
I like to pretend that I'm a tough guy. It's kind of an admission of defeat if I have to ask for help - or even kindness. But if it doesn't come, at some point I snap and demand it.
My parents have been together for 65 years. They're both really stubborn. They're not quitters.
Mediocrity is underrated.
My favorite scene in all of movies is Gregory Peck in 'To Kill A Mockingbird': You see him where he's on the porch, and his face is almost completely obscured. I don't want to see his face.
Words are really powerful. I don't believe that axiom at all - words can absolutely hurt you. Words can wound. They can do a lot of damage. I think they can do way more damage than sticks and stones. I'll take sticks and stones.
My way to combat anything is just to walk straight into it with my fists up.
I'm not comfortable with getting a job by being at the right Hollywood party; I'm not a terribly sociable creature.
I never feel more useful than when I'm making my kids a bowl of soup.
Look, I don't care if anyone likes me when it comes to my work. But I can be massively insecure in other parts of my life.
My mother is a beauty.
I feel like movies, if there's any kind of budget whatsoever, there's so much sitting, and I really like to work. Otherwise my blood sugar just drops, you know, six hours sitting in a camper.
I enjoy cooking and baking. Alicia Silverstone's vegan cookbook is awesome.
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