Cause at the end of the day, honestly, at the end of the day when you're in your death bed and that's it, I think it's the relationships you've had and the people that you've touched and the people that have touched you that matter.
And I'm not very coordinated, either. Only on ice skates, not in real life.
That's a hard question, because I started skating when I was three, so I don't really remember life before it, and I don't know what it is like not to work hard at something.
The meaning of life... I think the meaning of life is, I think it's love.
I think for me it was a natural transition to move full time into acting rather than figure skating.
There were a couple of years where I was skating and acting at the same time.
If you're offered something, you're not really sure exactly what is that they saw in you that they think is the character so it's a little scary, I feel.
You don't realize how much a part of your character is part of yourself until you are no longer playing that character.
Everyone else trains just as hard as well and that there really is no such a thing as overnight success.
You really have to work hard and apply yourself and by applying yourself and working hard and being diligent, you can achieve success.
I actually started, this year, doing some voiceovers. I did some radio spots, and some games.
I would love to re-visit Darla. I miss her. I really do.
I think Sarah Michelle Gellar has done some brilliant work as Buffy.
Um, and I'm also very proud of my work on George of the Jungle 2.
It's funny, I get really nervous when I audition for voiceovers.