You show your vulnerability through relationships, and those feelings are your soft spot. You need to have a soft spot.
I desperately want a dog, but I've been told I travel too much, and I'm not allowed to have a dog.
In the beginning, people think vulnerability will make you weak, but it does the opposite. It shows you're strong enough to care.
I've been really fortunate to go from series to series to series.
I've been working some really long hours for the last five or six years. Anybody who works on series television knows, and especially women because women spend probably two hours more than the guys with all their hair and makeup crap.
It doesn't help anybody to put out a bad script.
It's all about exploring the more unpredictable aspects in the character, not just fighting people.
In terms of being a role model, I didn't start out to be one. I don't go to work every day with that in mind. But, I do get a lot of fan mail from young girls.
If you watch the show and the characters don't look at each other while they're talking, the actors probably aren't getting along.
It's part of the job to compensate for outfit.
Linda Hamilton is my hero. She was so tough and so strong and so vulnerable at the same time. I think that's what woman action figures are allowed to be: vulnerable, in a way that women are.
Most women don't play like guys do: they don't wrestle, fight, get into brawls. They don't know how to express themselves in a physical, active way.
My first paying job, when I was 15, I was a day camp counselor.
I think people are just shocked to see me walking around. It's weird. When they see you on TV, they don't expect to see you in a store.
I hate hearing about actors who don't like the show. There are so many actors out there who'd give their right arm for what I'm getting to do.
I never was really into comics as a child, and I think if you miss the boat when you're a kid, you don't necessarily pick up on it when you're an adult.
I know what it's like to live in a cold climate. I grew up in the Snow Belt, north of Toronto in Canada, and I did years and years of running outside.
There are a lot of great actresses out there. You learn to appreciate each one for what they offer.
I came to acting in a very circuitous way.
I can't say that I've made the transition to movies.
I approach my character with the question: What would an animal think? How would an animal respond? A lot of times, it's quick action and no fear, and sometimes it's irrational fear. You don't always know.
Cast changes are a hard thing. For two years, we had this little family. We weren't together when these changes were decided upon. It all happened during our hiatus.
I competed in track for 10 years and have been doing kickboxing forever.
Acting isn't the be-all end-all. There are a lot of other things in my life that will bring me joy if I didn't act anymore.
I did a lot of stunts, so the harness work isn't foreign to me either.
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