I grew up in musical theatre and love to perform on stage.
I grew up doubting myself. It was a very spotty, frustrating, worrying time.
I grew up in Newquay, on the Atlantic coast and there developed a love of the sea and boats.
I grew up in a drive-in theater, from the time I was 8, working in a snack bar watching four features every week. It was silent theater in the sense that this was a drive-in, which meant that I often saw the films going with no sound. But I learned to tell stories through action.
I grew up in a highly political home. My mother was the co-chair of the 300 Group, an organisation whose aim was to get more women MPs into parliament, and she herself stood in the 1987 election, the year before she died.
I grew up in LA. I sort of watched the Raiders play and that sort of thing.
I grew up watching MTV, when Journey was huge, when Pat Benatar had 'Love Is a Battlefield,' and my friends and I used to cut school to watch this woman in the video. We loved Pat Benatar.
I don't want the kind of theater that I love and grew up seeing to die out.
I'm an Australian, and when I grew up much of my influences were American - blues music and country music, all that sort of thing.
I grew up on film scores and scores from films.
I kind of grew up with high goals for myself; I intended to play pro baseball. Growing up in Texas, Hollywood isn't much of a reality.
I go down to Newport and Huntington a lot. It's more crowded than where I grew up on Phillip Island, but I think it's helped me adjust to life in America - getting into the water as much as I can.
I grew up watching Westerns.
There are absolutely no problems between me, my dad and my sister. Obviously I grew up with just my mum, but my relationship with my dad is just fine.
Maybe I'm genetically more inclined to music - but the music I make is so far removed from Indian classical music. I grew up in Texas!
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