My father and I are very similar and have a wonderful relationship, but we both stand by our opinions.
Being a superhero is a lot of fun.
As a kid, you run around the house pretending to be a superhero, and now to be doing it as a job, I feel very lucky.
I have sporadic OCD cleaning moments around the house. But then I get lazy and I'm cured. It's a very inconsistent personality trait.
People who put themselves on the line and sacrifice their own safety for the greater good and for others, and anyone in any profession whose concern is the welfare for other people instead of the individual, are inspiring and important.
I entered the work force cleaning breast pumps at a pharmacy! It was a part-time gig while I was at school... no interview required.
Sometimes there is more exploration in the character for a villain.
I feel like I'm ready for any dangerous situation that might come my way, provided I have a hammer on me.
At home in Victoria, we have three dogs, Tosh and Lucy, they're half Blue Heelers, and then there's Torrin a little Maltese terrier. She gets more attention in the house than anyone else! Yes, I miss them a lot.
Strong female leads are important.
The more conflict and contrast you have with a character makes it more interesting.
I like to explore things.
Not often do you approach a character where people know more about him than you do.
For whatever reason, we relate to anything godlike with an English accent. The English are very proud of that. And with anything Roman or gladiators, they have an English accent. For an audience, it is an easy trick to hook people in.
For three years, I had embarrassing haircuts.
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