Zitat des Tages von Jane Levy:
What's fun about being an actress is you change all the time.
I haven't even watched that many movies; I'm, like, a weird actor.
I keep all of my letters, postcards, and thank you notes. I'll keep them forever!
When I was little, I asked my mom to move us to Los Angeles and get me an agent. She would say, 'Stop it. Go play in the dirt.'
Honestly, it's hard to learn about comedy from comedians. Comedy is not something that you necessarily learn or can imitate. You're funny or you're not, and you hope what you're doing is funny.
I do like the whole idea of going to a location to shoot a movie, and there is a start date and a finish date, and a lot of special things happen within those weeks.
I don't like roller coasters. I don't like bungee jumping. I don't like snow boarding really fast down the hill. I am not someone who is an adrenaline junkie.
I love to eat.
I'm not a natural redhead, but I enjoy having red hair.
I have amazing parents and some really great friends that would kick my butt if I ever started acting different.
Fairy tales are really violent, the original ones.
I'm from the suburbs and where I'm from didn't necessarily have people like you see in 'Suburgatory,' but along those lines and I think people will laugh at themselves. And it's lighthearted.
My boyfriend and I don't get to live in the same city all the time, and the fact that I can text him or call him or even Skype with him is so wonderful.
I know plenty people, and I've done it myself, where you lock yourself inside for four days and you a watch a whole series. It's like watching a never-ending movie. It's great not to have to wait for the next season or the next week.
One of the only TV shows that I really love is 'Twin Peaks.' Kyle McLachlan plays Agent Dale Cooper, and I love Dale Cooper, so I'm in love with Kyle McLachlan. He could be my dad, so it's really weird.
I developed a sense of self before moving to crazy Hollywood, which was really important.
Auditioning is such an unnatural thing. You're in a tiny little room with, like, seven people cramped together, acting to a casting director; just, none of it makes any sense.
I never met Sam Raimi in my whole life.
All over the world, maybe besides literature, there's nothing that touches many people as movies do. People see them everywhere.
Costume is a huge part of getting into character. Your body soaks in what you're wearing, and you turn into someone else.
I'm not necessarily a horror fan. I just never really watched them that much.
I think that I can improv.
I actually failed my first license test. I got an automatic fail. I guess I had been doing well but she had to pull the emergency brake so obviously there was a problem. I remember them handing me my fail paper and me just bursting into tears.