If I only did TV show, I'd probably not be the happiest girl. I love the show, but I'm an actor and I want to work on different things. TV lasts for so much of the year that you're just aching to play a different part. And I love movies so much that I want to be a part of as many as I can.
I'm like a weird actor. I feel like I'm vastly uneducated when it comes to the cinema.
Violence has been a part of storytelling forever and there's obviously a reason for it. Fairy tales are really violent, the original ones. I think there's something cathartic about having kids live through their fears through a book or any kind of story.
I like doing both comedy and drama. I'm not really feeling more drawn to one over the other. I also like dramedies. I like movies and TV shows that are mixtures of the two.
I'm always changing and learning about acting, and about myself. I just hope to always keep doing that.
I feel like I'll always feel that I have so much to learn and I don't feel uncomfortable in my skin.
I find the film world very romantic. I want to try to be in more movies. When you're on a TV show and you do the same thing for years and years, it can get a little bit boring.
As an actor, you realize that your whole life is about arrivals and departures. You're always meeting people, you get really close, and then you all have to leave.
I am really attracted to films. It's nice to do something new, all the time. That's why I like being an actor.
If you're comfortable with someone, you feel creatively free. Whether it's a comedic scene or a dramatic one, you don't feel self-conscious because you feel safe with the people that you're around.
When I make a movie, I just make the movie. I don't think about the success of it. If it becomes successful, that's an amazing treat. If it doesn't, you had a great time making it and you learned from it, and then you make a new thing.
Your imagination is your most important tool, as an actor, as cheesy as that sounds.
It's always so much fun to create backstory. Even if there are more clues in the script, you still always have to invent a lot for yourself. I think that comes naturally.
I find that going to bed without my phone or an iPad makes me sleep better and helps me wake up without obsessing over emails. It makes my day better.
I have very complex and complicated ideas about technology. It's such a prominent way that we communicate with each other. In ways, I think it's really positive, and in ways, I think it's really negative.
I try not to live my life on my phone or my social media pages. Most of the time, I feel better and happier and I learn more when I'm not on my phone, all day, or a computer, or an iPad.
It's hard to learn about comedy from comedians. Comedy is not something that you necessarily learn or can imitate. You're funny or you're not, and you hope what you're doing is funny.
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