I am really indoors-y. I am a video game and movie buff, and this keeps me in my little boy cave.
I'm a huge movie buff, so I'm a fan of a lot of actors and actresses.
I was always a very indoor videogame nerd movie buff... Now I've come to appreciate Scouts and the outdoors.
I'm kind of a huge movie buff and a video game nerd person.
I started taking lessons in third grade because I thought it was a fun thing to do. Through my acting teacher, I got my manager. That was about 5th grade. So once that happened it kind of clicked that I probably should pursue acting as a career.
I discovered I loved acting at a Summer Camp. That's when I really realised that I enjoyed it and that I wanted to try it.
I think the technology today is so much more advanced that it gives kids a lot more freedom... Back then it was a lot different.
I think kids are fairly similar. It's just really the technology. Like, you won't find kids in the 60s, or anyone for that matter, having mobile phones, texting, watching YouTube, and being absorbed in their technology.
When I was just about to leave, and when I realised that I wasn't going to wake up in the morning and do this again - that was probably the hardest thing for me. Leaving this family that I'd created on set, with all the cast and the crew was very sad for me.
It's funny how much you attach yourself to everyone around you when you film.
When I was taking my canoeing lessons I was given this oar to practice with, and I decided to have everyone sign it. All the cast and crew signed it and now I'm going to frame it.
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