There's no limit to what you can accomplish, but there's always someone one step ahead of you, so it's a constant uphill battle.
We should be actors rather than trying to be a lead; it will create a healthier atmosphere.
My dad taught me to kiteboard when I was 13, and around the same time, I happened to just fall into being an extra on a set and fell in love with acting and making movies.
I'm a huge fan of 'The Avengers,' but 'Black Panther' was so special to me.
I might be an actor professionally, but as a person I should know what our rituals, religion or our history is. Kumbh Mela really helps you in this.
I'd never say I'll never have a facelift, but I'm way too scared of looking like a different person. I have no philosophical or political position on plastic surgery; I just don't want to look crazy. And I don't like not being able to tell how old someone is: It's creepy.
It's very hard to play the straight lead girl and still make her sparkly and fun and real.
I'm more selective now I've got a family. I don't want to work all the time. My daughter's 12; I don't want to miss out on her life. Soon she'll be a teenager; she won't want me around.
I felt devalued and disrespected. The energy behind it felt disingenuous and motivated by corporate profit.
I read 'The First Bad Man' by Miranda July, and I just thought, 'Oh my God, I'll never be this good. That book is so incredible.'
I've been listening to a new band called Wolf Alice, courtesy of my son. The vocalist, Ellie Rowsell, has a gorgeous voice.
I was privileged to know the late, great Miss Etta James, and I did get a chance to spend some time with her and hang out with her.
We need sensible people in the system, who are honest and passionate about the country and will not fall pray to corruption.
I think whenever you take over a role, you're just really hoping that people will embrace you.
Acting is emotionally draining, so I make it a point to not do anything when I am home.
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