I don’t ever want an acting to be a job. I want this to be an outlet for my creativity, and something I just simply enjoy doing. I don’t ever want it to become something too serious.
I think it’s important to keep the audience interested. But the best advice that I’ve gotten is to live in the moment. Sometimes you can get too into your head when you’re in a scene.
I hate taking myself seriously. It drives me crazy!
I don’t ever want to be bored, doing the same thing from 9 to 5. I’ve always loved pretending and being someone different.
I always want the audience to identify with my character in some way. I mean, sometimes you’ll get characters that aren’t very identifiable. Sometimes you can’t relate to your character at all.
There are always ups and downs, no matter how successful you are.
I love the Walking Dead, but I dont wanna be an actual prominent character on the show. I just wanna be a zombie.
I always saw my peers finding some cool passion, but every time I tried one of those things, it never clicked. I would leave school and go to my theater class, and that’s when I’d actually sit down and listen.
I don’t think I’d ever want to direct. I don’t think I have as much discipline to direct as I would like to have, and I don’t want my hair color to not go grey during that process.
When I was younger, I didn’t know who a lot of those people were because I couldn’t watch any of their movies. I actually get way more starstruck now. I think starstruck is the wrong word – I get overly enthusiastic about who I work with.
Any actor has their moments of being stressed, but the great part about this job is that it’s so unpredictable, and that’s what I like. I love spontaneity. I don’t ever want to be bored, doing the same thing from 9 to 5.
I think it would be great to play a superhero. That will be one of my goals.