I don't know, I think people who meet me just get pretty much what I am.
I think people who meet me just pretty much get what I am about.
I had to learn everything about manufacturing, patents and how to run a business, and eventually I came up with an prototype that worked.
The great thing about film is you start and finish. It's a journey that lasts so long, TV lasts a long time.
I go to work, and think 'wow, they pay me for this', and I go home.
No matter what the character is, I just say to myself 'If I, Melissa George, was in that situation, how would I react?' and once you do that you can just go for it, and hopefully the performance comes through.
I like to play different ranges. When you get really deeply involved in the emotional parts, I enjoy that just as much as the fun and laughter.
I think Australians do well here because we feel a bit naughty, like we're in America and if they only knew how much fun we were having, we'd all get thrown out, you know.
Mum and dad thought I was going to say I was pregnant. I said oh no, no, I've just been nominated for a Golden Globe. They were like, oh that's lovely, love.
I'm very focused when I'm making a movie, but I'm also a fantastic multitasker.
Sometimes I take a movie selfishly because it's a female lead.
I just thought, 'I want to be an action hero.
I'd like to work with David Lynch again.
From about eight years old I was always making things on the sewing machine. Friends would see me making dresses and costumes, and I'd use difficult fabrics such as Lycra and elastic. But you know, my dad was creative and my brother is inventive too.