Cleaning isn't all that interesting to me. I'm disorganized.
Every actor turns everything round to their character.
For me, there is a stigma attached to playing beautiful parts. They are often empty characters whom the action happens around. I'm more drawn to characters with a complex internal life, who have a burning frustration underneath that keeps them going.
I simply want to take a break and catch my breath. But I also think that, sometimes, the bravest thing you can do is to deliberately keep some time free and see what the world throws at you.
The difficult thing for me is going to a event and having to be dressed up and being judged for what you wear. People care so much about that these days.
There's always been a religious strain in me. I can't get rid of it. I don't want to get rid of it. I'm not involved in a church, but I understand that impulse to believe in something that's never going to betray you.
There's such a huge link with fashion, with front covers of magazines and selling products, but that's not what you go into the job for, and yet you're persuaded that's what you have to do to create the opportunities for yourself.
I don't really plan. I just see what happens.
I'm drawn to damaged, complicated characters.
My parents are desperate, they keep saying: 'Please stop doing these angsty roles; make it easier for us.' So, yeah, I'd love to do some comedy.
It's how you prioritize in life.
I do things on a whim.
I haven't got one or two people that I aspired to be like.
My remit has always been: I want to do something different from the last thing I've done.
There are lots of moments that are great for an actress.
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