Words matter. These are the best Victoria Pratt Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Acting isn’t the be-all end-all. There are a lot of other things in my life that will bring me joy if I didn’t act anymore.
When I was in university, my dream was to be a coach, like a high school track coach. Not to teach.
I did a lot of stunts, so the harness work isn’t foreign to me either.
If you watch the show and the characters don’t look at each other while they’re talking, the actors probably aren’t getting along.
Linda Hamilton is my hero. She was so tough and so strong and so vulnerable at the same time. I think that’s what woman action figures are allowed to be: vulnerable, in a way that women are.
I came to acting in a very circuitous way.
We don’t move on in the stunt unless it looks like a hit. So when I see it on TV, I’m generally satisfied that people are going to buy it.
I’ve been really fortunate to go from series to series to series.
I think I’ve paid my dues. I’ve really put in a lot of time on set.
In terms of being a role model, I didn’t start out to be one. I don’t go to work every day with that in mind. But, I do get a lot of fan mail from young girls.
People get on a show and they fought tooth and nail. Almost 95% of the actors out there want to be on a television series. Then as soon as they get onto one, no, no, I want to be a movie star. This television series stuff, no, no no.
I can’t say that I’ve made the transition to movies.
There are a lot of great actresses out there. You learn to appreciate each one for what they offer.
That’s the thing with sci-fi and action roles. You have to play the danger as real. If you don’t, you end up with egg on your face. You have to commit. You can’t think about how stupid it might look without the special effects.
I’ve been working some really long hours for the last five or six years. Anybody who works on series television knows, and especially women because women spend probably two hours more than the guys with all their hair and makeup crap.
When you’re fighting with a stunt person, your intent is to miss.
It doesn’t help anybody to put out a bad script.
In the beginning, people think vulnerability will make you weak, but it does the opposite. It shows you’re strong enough to care.
I desperately want a dog, but I’ve been told I travel too much, and I’m not allowed to have a dog.
Women can’t be afraid to look like action heroes. It’s not always pretty, but when it’s on the screen, it translates well to the audience.
It’s all about exploring the more unpredictable aspects in the character, not just fighting people.
I approach my character with the question: What would an animal think? How would an animal respond? A lot of times, it’s quick action and no fear, and sometimes it’s irrational fear. You don’t always know.