I think, for me anyway, music and film is where you can really transport yourself to another universe.
As a producer you have creative control, and that's what is so exciting about it. At the end of the day, if you have made a film it's totally your responsibility, and if it works it's your responsibility and if it doesn't it's also your responsibility.
The nerds are my favourite sort of boys - any guy with a passion - whether it be physics or film or writing or poetry even, I think it's super sweet and it's very attractive for a female.
I think that Americans find the Australian humour and the energy of Australians very refreshing - we are quite self-deprecating, we're light-hearted and can have a laugh.
I was thrown in the deep end at 18 when I got cast in a movie that I didn't audition for. The director just sort of found me and put me in a film, so the decision was really made for me.
As actors we give so much of ourselves away so I like to keep my personal life to myself.
I love to challenge myself.
I'm a workaholic, I always try to fill my time with projects.
I'm very much into animal welfare.
I can walk around relatively anonymously.
If you are having fun on screen, it shows.
I always have those feelings - lucky and blessed - and I don't know if they'll ever go away. I really hope they don't, as I think it keeps you grounded. That's how I feel about every film I do.
My parents don't really watch movies at all.
I haven't met everyone from all different cultures, but I do know Aussies are very tough.
I love zombie films like Danny Boyle's '28 Days Later' - I thought it was so brilliantly done and so grounded in reality. I was definitely thrust into the zombie world watching that film.
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