When I was growing up, my parents took in foster children. From a young age, I learned that there are a lot of children in need.
I really believe in less is more in terms of makeup. I try not to wear too much foundation. I like to see my skin coming through. I like to see my freckles. I just think that's the most youthful look.
We're all flawed people at the end of the day; I don't know any perfect people.
I'm not too modest of a person. I've got a pretty blue sense of humor.
If I find anything vintage, I'll have it tailored for my body.
I want to be inside Nic Pizzolatto's brain.
I am a firm believer that you can make a difference in someone's life - whether they're thousands of miles away, or on your own block.
It's really challenging to play comedy.
I can't imagine anything more debilitating, anything more challenging, anything more thrilling than to get on a stage and do any kind of play. It is such a vulnerable place for any actor to be in.
I'm not so Hollywood; I live in New York, so it's very normal. I don't have many friends in the industry. My friends come from all sorts of different backgrounds and careers.
I really want to do good work. I really do. My priority isn't stardom.
I think if you find that you're making a judgment on the character, than your audience will make a judgment on the character.
I smoked for almost 10 years. I really regret that. Thankfully, I came out on the other side. I hope my lungs are repairing themselves now.
I think, typically, sci-fi can be a little bit grey and thought provoking. Sometimes it leaves you pondering certain questions and things.
I come from a very working class background. My dad worked in a factory for 40 years. We all put ourselves through school.
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