The more you are in this business, the more humbled by it you become.
Personality is immediately apparent, from birth, and I don't think it really changes.
Everything we say signifies; everything counts, that we put out into the world. It impacts on kids, it impacts on the zeitgeist of the time.
Having been let out of the barn once, I know I wouldn't be happy if I were home all the time.
I think your self emerges more clearly over time.
I couldn't care less about fashion. If I had taken any clothes home, they would have remained in my closet for the rest of their existence.
My family really does come first. It always did and always will.
There's no road map on how to raise a family: it's always an enormous negotiation.
For me, clothes are kind of character; I don't follow fashion or understand trends.
If I am not confident that I can portray the character perfectly on screen, I won't even try.
How you first meet the public is how the industry sees you. You can't argue with them. That's their perception.
The work is the most fun; it seems illicit how much fun it is.
The reason I chose the movies that I did was based on where they were being filmed.
I always feel like I can't do it, that I can't go through with a movie. But then I do go through with it after all.
All an actor has is their blind faith that they are who they say they are today, in any scene.