I don't like spoilers. I don't like things being spoiled.
Ironing is a great diversion from the reality you don't want to face.
Actually, I've gotten myself into some difficult places because I thought I could fix somebody.
I can't imagine anything worse than being just left alone, scared out of your mind.
I've gotten myself into some difficult situations because I couldn't say no.
If there's something really, really bothering me about a script, then I'll say something, but otherwise I find my answers in the script.
The ability to fight isn't a one-size fits all; everybody is different.
There's nothing like being hugged or held or just anything as simple as that.
When people help me out, even with something like a move or a ride to the airport, I'm always thinking 'Are you sure it's okay? Are you sure you don't mind?'
I'm pretty drifty.
The only way to move forward is to be able to trust whomever you're with 100 percent.
There's just no real job security when you're shooting a show about an apocalypse, and anybody could die at any time.
When you're acting in a scene, you're focused on doing the scene. You can't break character and go, 'Oh my God, I love what you're doing!'
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