I don't think when people sign up for a life of doing something they love to do they should have to sign up for a complete loss of privacy. I understand a little loss of privacy coming with the job.
I think that as is true in this industry, everything gets blown out of proportion because it's more fun for people to read about. It's even more fun to read about if the stories get wilder and wilder.
Your home should be your home. People shouldn't be allowed to use whatever crazy lenses they use to catch you waking up in the morning.
I'm having the time of my life. I've never looked forward to going to work so much every day. I'm loving it; it's great. It's what I love to do and I wouldn't want to be doing anything else.
I've slowly gone back, later on in life, to fish and then chicken and then, last year, red meat.
I was 17 and the whole thing was very confusing at the time. It was a great job and I loved it, and to lose the role was definitely tough for me. I was devastated when I lost the role.
It was really cool going to Sea World. We had an amazing time. They were amazing to us. We got to swim with the dolphins, and it was really special.
The first time I lived in L.A. I was too young. I really wanted to be back home in Vancouver.
Walking into a show when I was 16, at that time when it was the No. 1 hit show, and replacing a character comes with so many expectations. I felt a lot of pressure with that.
We have such a good time working together. It makes such a difference going to work every day for 14 hours and being able to hang out and have a good time.
But to be part of helping create a character and be a part of something from the beginning - the excitement of it - it doesn't get any better.
I would like to think that I'm more different from my character than I am.
I don't smoke, I try to eat right, and I love doing yoga and going for hikes with my dog.
I love acting, and it was really important to me to give it a real shot.
I think it's because it's so different and it takes risks. Plus, it's really smart humor. It gives the audience credit in terms of not needing to tell them when to laugh. I love that about the show. There's no laugh track.