I think I appear very innocent and soft, but I'm actually very dark and edgy. It's a weird dichotomy.
I was sporty in high school. I played tennis and hockey, and was basketball captain. Then I went to university and stopped doing sport and started eating ice cream.
Work hard to achieve integrity in your work and your relationships with the people you work with.
I caught malaria, and the medicines caused a hallucination. I dreamt I won an Oscar for acting. I know it sounds stupid, but it was so real, and I just knew then it would happen.
There are so many glamorous actresses, but you know what? In the real world, nobody looks like that.
I remember my first taste of American big movies was 'Ghost Rider.' I'm in two little scenes. But for those two little scenes they had 400 extras, upside-down stunt cars, and a fire brigade.
All my family has very good mathematical abilities - like, so dorky. I was the dork then in school - on any maths exams I'd get 100%. I just knew how to do maths and most people would hate it, but for some reason it just came.
At school, nobody thought I was smart and I became smart. Nobody wanted to be my friend and then I had lots of friends.
When I was younger I did karate and martial arts, and I think it's really cool for girls to have those kinds of abilities.
Because of my filming commitments in America, you have to sign contracts where you can't change your physical appearance.
If I get two lines in the script, I somehow turn it into 20. I've got a bit of a bad habit of doing that, of just embellishing my little moment.
My family keeps me pretty grounded. Like if I try anything diva, they're like, 'Oh shut up. Go and do the dishwasher.'
The more I know about America, the better I'll be at performing American characters and American stories.
I studied law at university and was sort of grooming myself to go into that kind of career. I filmed 'The Wedge' while studying, which was very difficult, but I'm proud I completed my degree.
In comedy, it's not the glamorous, beautiful people that are great at comedy. They're either every man or every woman, they're either quite tall and lanky or shorter and fatter or have a big nose. They have something physically about them that makes them into a comic stereotype.
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