It is important to always love what you do and do what you love. This is my mentality towards my career and my personal life.
I try to keep myself grounded and to stay true to who I am through every experience, positive or negative.
Listening to my fans and seeing love and support through social media from them is what I live for.
One truth I know for sure is that I am so blessed in my life.
If you are born into a family with little money but a lot of love, you will find yourself more content than one who is born with a silver spoon and an empty home.
Accepting new challenges makes me come alive.
Nobody can ever be fully prepared to deal with a new, painful situation. Sometimes I react with patience and sometimes I react by doing something impulsive. But I always learn from such experiences.
A general message to "everyone" on the planet would go something along the lines of, "Make Love, Not War."
My biggest life lesson is that money cannot buy happiness.
It is important for me to truly understand the people I am portraying and their struggles, in order to give an honest performance.
I always feel a bit vulnerable when I begin a new project, especially when I am playing a character with either a troubled past or unique personality.
I love my fans unconditionally. They have been supportive of me through everything, and I would not be here, giving this interview to you, without them.
Being receptive to what is happening around me gives me inspiration and feeds my desire to create.
I stay active and choose to associate myself with like-minded people.
It's important to have a fallback and other activities that keep you interested. I started acting when I was about nine or 10 years old. My father was a midtown firefighter so I always wanted to be a firefighter, but then acting came along. I have to have a plan B.
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