If I have the power to post 'Happy Birthday' on someone's Facebook page and make them feel really good, it feels really good to make other people feel really good. I love it. I'm a huge Facebook and Twitter person. And I love talking to my fans. It's fun.
I'm not Irish. Just because I have red hair doesn't mean I'm a lucky charm, you know?
All I do is watch TV and films, and when I'm not doing that, I'm making them. I need a hobby!
I hate watching myself on TV, I know a lot of actors say that, but it's true for me. It makes me sweat, I have to hide behind a cushion.
You know I hate watching myself on TV, I know a lot of actors say that, but it's true for me.
I'm quadracontinental. I've got a life in London, New York, L.A. and Hawaii.
It's a blessing to be paid to be in paradise. The Hawaiian people are so friendly.
Sometimes when you walk onto a set, there are very clear delineations. The crew don't talk to the actors and I hate all that. Everyone is the same to me and I always treat everyone in the same way.
I've always wanted to do an adult cartoon, because I want a job where you can just drive up in your pajamas, have a cup of tea and not even get dressed, and you've gone to work for the day. What a great gig!
For people to come to you and say, 'Would you like to be a part of our show?' after years of 'Please tell me I'm good enough,'... I can't tell you how wonderful it feels.
Without question, dying on 'Lost' was the best thing I have ever done in my entire career.
I'm such a fan girl when it comes to movies, TV and sci-fi, sometimes I can't believe I actually get to be in them.
I love science fiction stuff - I'm a bit of a dweeb like that.
Actors who say they don't watch TV are stupid. I was raised by TV! And it's how I research for auditions.
I never did any sports at school. It wasn't until I moved to America, to New York, when I was about 20 that I actually thought that if I wanted to be an actress I might have to start working out.
I do accents. Sometimes when I've had a few drinks, I speak in different accents all night long, and then at the end of an evening someone will say to me, 'Seriously, where are you from?'
When I got 'Lost,' I was about to not be able to live, so it was a fall-to-the-knees, burst-into-tears, 'I'm saved by this great role' moment.
I'm just naturally quite toned. My dad was like a body builder, so I've got my dad's body. Not all of it, thank God.
I'm incredibly cheesy. I'm all about happy endings and all of that.
When I first got the job, I was told nothing about my character. She's an anthropologist and she's tough, she's a female Indiana Jones. That's what I went into [Lost] knowing.
The danger with playing someone tough is that the character can become two-dimensional and mean and nobody likes her.
My first car was in 2006 when I got on my first TV show - a BMW 328i2 four-door sedan in slate grey. That was a great day, that was.
It's rare to work on a series without a writer. If you have a question about a line, then phone calls have to be made.
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