I'm definitely a morning person. I wake up dead happy, looking forward to having my cereal!
Personally, I don't know what I'd do without films.
When I was six, I entered a talent contest. I dyed my hair blond, had a chainsaw and pretended I was Eminem. The old folk weren't expecting that.
When you do 'Mad Fat Diary' or 'The Village,' you always learn about the particular time period, and that's always nice for an actor.
I love film, and I think it's so important for kids to be educated about films and real life subjects that films cover.
My dad lives in Sicily, so I'm half Italian and half Irish - it's a fiery combination.
'Hollyoaks' is where I learnt a lot of the craft, being in front of a camera six days a week. That's certainly an experience you don't get in drama school. It invites you to be comfortable in front of the camera.
I've really enjoyed my three years at 'Hollyoaks.' I worked with the most amazing people.
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