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Obviously the idea of being human is a very human idea.
Not being busy is something I worry about, but I think work begets work.
My brain kind of rolls pretty fast when I’m conscious. It’s constantly looking for stuff to do. Like if I’m in my house and I’m hanging out, I tend to be listening to music whilst watching a film whilst sending e-mails.
My brother’s a teacher in Costa Rica and actually does a more important and significant job than I will ever do.
I’m in this position where I can afford to wait, I’m lucky enough to be financially secure to not have to do anything that’s thrown at me. You know the next couple of jobs are going to be pretty crucial in terms of how you’re perceived by people. So I’m just waiting.
We’re electrical items and when we die the electricity goes somewhere else. When we die our energy goes into the galaxy.
I used to get quite upset that I’d make friends with a guy or a girl and then within the space of three years we’d move and go and live somewhere else, and you’d have to say goodbye to that person.
If you look at little kids and wild animals, these are two groups of things that whenever I’m with them forces me to be in the moment.
When I was at college, I worked in a department store called Brit Home Stores, which is a pretty lackluster department store, selling clothes for middle-aged women. My job was to walk the floor and find anything that was damaged, take it to the store room and log it.
I don’t say anything unintentionally.
When I choose projects, I don’t stipulate between film or theatre or television. I receive scripts and I read scripts – and when I read a script that’s good, I then get married to it and talk to my agent about what happens next.
When I go on holiday, I go to places that have animals I’m interested in.
I’ve got a hectic schedule, but I wouldn’t have my life any other way.
I’d love to play a gangster but I think people might say I looked a bit too young and cheeky to play a character who’d just blown someones head off!
I like relationships and being in love, but I also like being single – you have to embrace all those different things.
Bureaucratic nonsense at airports drives me crazy.
I love going to work. I love being on-set everyday. It feeds me; it’s exciting.
Probably a concern to either a major or minor degree with most actors if they’re really motivated to kind of make a significant difference in the business is the ‘pigeon-holing’ thing.
People have a fear of the unknown. Insects have different senses than us, different amount of limbs and their body structure is very different. It’s hard for us to really relate to them and understand them.
I like learning new stuff, and continuing to educate myself as best I can.
I could always flip between emotions and be available to suddenly do something new. I think it’s a part of playing, and you hang onto it when you’re a kid.
I’m a movie nut. I go to the movies probably twice a week, and if I’m not doing anything at night, I’m usually watching a movie or two.
I’m a big fan of the misunderstood, the vilified, the underdog, the breaking of myths.
What would it take for me to eat human flesh? If that was the only way to stay alive, I would. I would eat anything.
Television is face acting, and film is eye acting.
I’m constantly exposing myself to art and that inspires me.
My parents are pretty cool people.
I’ve always traveled, as a kid my parents moved me around, a different place in Germany every four years. But I got the travel bug when I was a kid, living in different countries.
I don’t tend to go out that much.
If you woke up, every day, and someone punched you in the face, for the first week, you’d go, ‘Why is someone punching me in the face?’ But, by the time you got through week two, you’d take it and just go on with the day.