I think you go through a period as a teenager of being quite cool and unaffected by things.
Acting is a freelance career... you never stop having to prove yourself and fight for work.
I'm so fair that I didn't go in the sun as a child. When all my friends were on the beach, I was going to ballet. The teachers there didn't like you going in the sun, so I never did.
The guys on the stunt team are really fantastic. It's really funny, because for all the aggression they have to display on screen, they're actually really happy, good- natured people.
I've made my peace with being in the spotlight, definitely.
It's a career that's enticing because you go on stage, for example, and people clap. You get that affirmation, but you can't go into acting for that because it's really your own self-belief that's going to get you through.
Everyone says you should get a photo taken of yourself while you're pregnant. I've got a film. It'll be nice for my daughter, too, to look at one day. She was in it.
If there is a book that the script came from you have to read it, you have to see what you can get out of it: mood, back story and things that may not even be in the film. They kick off your imagination and broaden the character, I think.
England is very interested as well, and other countries if I could speak the languages!
Every director is completely different.
I have plenty to look forward to, I'm sure.
I'd always had a big thing for the '60s.
It could be a stupid thing to say, but people should realize that it is easy to get concerned about yourself and to lose contact.
It is hard sometimes to see how other actors are working when you are working with them.
I think film likes me better than the theatre does for some reason.
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