I'm part wood nymph. I require mountains and warm, dense patches of moss to thrive.
Ruminants are a perfectly normal thing to possess when you live in upstate New York. It's just moving scenery. It's kind of like the equivalent of Great Danes. It's the way you keep your grass mowed. It's the way you keep your weed-whacking to a minimum.
I love Saturday nights with my best friend and a big bowl of pasta, wanting a good scare, something that will say, 'Listen, your life is not as bad as this. Your life can be so much worse.'
In these times, in this harsh, rude, warring world that we live in, where most of the bloodshed is 'My god is greater than your god,' and we're fighting in the name of our god, we have to find a way to peaceably coexist, spiritually.
In the quiet moments, the discoveries are made.
I've always believed that if you are precise in your thoughts, it's not the lines you say that are important - it's what exists between the lines. What I'm compelled by most is that transparency of thought, what is left unspoken.
I look for struggle in the roles I choose - struggle and perseverance.
Normally, I rely heavily on my director to massage me out of my actor comfort zones.
Someone once told me that religion is like a knife: You can stab someone with it, or you can slice bread with it.
We are all seekers in some way. There are those of us who think they have all the answers and there are those of us who may never get an answer.
Sometimes I attract roles that are necessary either for personal growth or enlightenment.
When I look at female characters, I want to recognize myself in them: my trials, my tribulations as a mother, as a lover, as a daughter.
I'm from the school of, 'if you want more, you have to require more from yourself.'
There are women who make things better, there are women who change things, there are women who make things happen, who make a difference. I want to be one of those women.
Editing is not a part of the filmmaking process I've ever been privy to as an actress.
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