My dad is a Deadhead, my mom's a Jewish-American princess from Jersey.
I was thrust into a really lofty, enviable, but isolated position with 'Princess Diaries' in that I could carry a film before I really knew if I could act.
I always finish off my look with a spritz of Vera Wang Pink Princess.
When I was little... I didn't relate to princesses. I saw Maleficent, and I just thought she was so - she was so elegant.
I was of the generation where most of the Disney princesses and female characters were not girls that I admired. They just weren't characters I looked up to and identified with.
You know, one of my biggest dreams in life is to play a Disney princess.
I've never been to New Zealand before. But one of my role models, Xena, the warrior princess, comes from there.
Girls like to see girls dressed up like princesses occasionally.
I never faked anything. I never played the Disney game of smiling and being a princess and then suddenly having a hard time, saying, 'That isn't who I really am.'
I can't just only be on reality TV and show everything when it's the fairy princess, fairytale, and then not take my hits when I have to.
Marry Prince William? I'd love that. Who wouldn't want to be a princess?
I must be like the princess who felt the pea through seven mattresses; each book is a pea.
The subjects that I am working are movies that say something. They are shouting or criticising something. I would hate to play a princess waiting for the prince to come and give her a kiss.
I was too shy to go and meet Princess Diana.
I wanted to be Beetlejuice. I watched nonstop 'Beetlejuice' and 'The Princess Bride' growing up.
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