Zitat des Tages von Lena Headey:
I urge everyone - men, boys, women and girls - to join me in standing up for girls' rights with Plan U.K.
I'd love to do a comedy. Umm, I don't know when that will happen - maybe when I'm, like, 80 or something. But yeah, I'd love to. I'm just waiting for the right person to see my hilarious nature and offer me a comedy.
I'm small but quite tough. When incensed, I can swing a punch.
I do what I do; I can't control who thinks what.
I love the chance to train with someone like Mark Twight.
With fantasy and sci-fi, it's based in a real fandom. You're presenting to experts, and their source material is really important to them. They'll come up and ask: 'so when you turned your head slightly in that scene, what were you thinking?'
There's nothing more exciting for an actor than a chance to lose, to be someone who has lost - especially if it's someone who starts off with a veneer of control. To be broken is wonderful.
I was never one of the cool kids who read '2000 AD.'
For me, horror movies are a real escape.
There's a perceived inverse relation between looks and talent. Look at Charlize Theron - she made herself ugly for 'Monster' and suddenly everyone said 'she's a genius.' It shouldn't be like that.
Getting older and having kids, you learn how to become less serious about it all.
I have an internal protectiveness where it's like, if it comes to just me, as frightened as I am of losing someone I love or things going sour or simply being alone, there is a dark place in my brain where I'm like, It could happen and I'm okay, I'm prepared.
Nothing's ever allowed to just be entertaining. We have to talk about it.
Having the tattoo itself is not really for the end result for me. I like having them done.
I drink a lot of coffee.
There is something in the act of having tattoos done that I love. It can be quite addictive. I've got a few on my back because my friend is an artist, and a few on my arms. Every time I pass a tattoo parlour, I think, 'Maybe just a tiny one.'
I'm 40 next year and I'm very well aware that where I am now, it becomes a bit of a wilderness for actresses.
I'd like to play Walter White, but I guess that's been done.
Since being quite young, I've had a very strong sense of independence and survival. As a child, I was on my own two feet emotionally.
I'm a tomboy. I used to get into a lot of fights. Don't know why - self-expression, I guess.
I find 'Chainsaw' to be a very relaxing film.
I think I cry when I'm angry. I let it go that way.
I think I look slightly like a horse. Hand on heart, I think I'm pretty average.
It's a feeling without a lid, of what you would do, physically, verbally, to protect the one thing that is your greatest love.
I've been working a long time, and mostly European films.
I am very much a seat-of-the-pants actor. I will prepare when I have to. But I like being unprepared.
If I was into politics, I would be rich.
I've got quite a big gay following. I played a lesbian prostitute in the TV series 'Band Of Gold' but I think my following really grew when I played one in the film 'Imagine Me & You,' with Piper Perabo.
I took up boxing as a fitness thing. I got obsessed, and I would go every day when I wasn't working. It's just an insane sport when you get into it.