Well, the years from 10 to 20, when your body, mind and everything is like changing every five minutes, can be pretty torturing. And most of the interesting characters, I think, are somewhat tortured or torturous. I'm 20 now, so I'm only just an adult.
I'd really like to get to do some fighting, some martial arts training, because I think that would be really fun... I do gymnastics and ballet, and I'm very, very into the physically acrobatic end of sport.
I don't know what it is that I'm doing, but I'm really enjoying myself, ... And I'm free to do it as much as I want. Most people don't have careers until they're adults.
You'd like Kafka, one of my predecessors.
These are unusually mature, complex characters. They do bad things for their own reasons, but that doesn't make them morally bad. In fact your heart breaks for these people.
I don't know when acting came to be more about awards than about the work. Judging who's better than the other person shouldn't be part of why we're doing this job. It should be about entertaining people.
I like shows or films or books that have messages but don't beat people over the head with them.
I think that in itself is kind of an amazing achievement to be able to say that your full-time career is in any creative arts, let alone a show that has kept people interested for coming on four seasons and hopefully more.
I think, generally, most people can't maintain anything that's particularly strict for very long. I watch people trying and failing to do that a lot.
Like most people my age, my job is the main focus of my life. I don't have some kind of jet-setting fabulous lifestyle where I'm constantly in situations to acquire amazing anecdotes, that's it.
Maybe I'm misjudging people, but I feel like a lot of people still have an image of me in a bonnet at nine years old.
My sexuality is something I'm completely comfortable with and open about. There's a lot of prejudice toward us but the more people talk about it, the less of a big deal it will be. And that will be better for everyone.
Stubborn people get themselves in a lot of trouble, but they also get things done.
There are very few films or plays or anything about really happy people with perfect lives.
I just do what feels right. I think the great thing about getting to do what I do is that you can try out being a different person without having to screw up your life to do it.