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  • I don’t know any women who are one-dimensional, so why would I play one? (personal favorite)
  • It’s great to have people to bounce off and I love working with people my age. I think young actors have such energy about them and such a passion and a drive to do their best and prove themselves constantly, and to work with that is really fun and interesting.
  • I’d like to think that even if I wasn’t acting professionally, I would still be doing it for free. It helps me get through the day.
  • I find it easy to act being in love. I’ve experienced that and analysed it.
  • I had to learn to jog because I run like a fish. All my friends found the thought of me running on screen hysterical because I do absolutely no exercise.
  • Acting’s such a good job in that you’re stimulating and pushing yourself constantly. I’d never want to do anything comfortable.



  • I didn’t want to be the girl in the group that couldn’t do as much as the boys. I’m very competitive like that.
  • As a teenager, you’re still discovering who you are, what your life is about, and who you want to be as a person. It’s very intense.
  • People don’t realise how dyslexia affects your confidence and how brutal it can be. People think you’re dumb, and you know you’re not. it’s just how your brain works.
  • Do the little things that make you feel normal and happy, even if that’s just getting in your pyjamas and watching ‘X Factor’ at the weekend.
  • I was bullied; I was kind of a girl in the corner. So acting was a great outlet for me by pretending to be someone else.
  • I think a lot of people, when they don’t quite fit in in the world, use humor to combat that and to find their place in society.