Words matter. These are the best Phoebe Fox Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I read somewhere that it’s scientifically proven that kids who read ‘Harry Potter’ grow up to be more well balanced and tolerant when they’re older.
Women who are clever actresses have longevity because they’re amazing actors, not because the camera loves them.
I wouldn’t want to take a job that I got tied into for six years – that just doesn’t interest me.
People just need to go back to the ancient crafts. We should teach people to do whittling at school, or knitting.
I love the way Tina Fey and Amy Poehler made the first-ever feminist Golden Globes.
I have been very lucky, because I have quite an innocent face and a lot of people are looking for a character who is tough and yet soft and slightly girly. That’s why they call me up.
The French are so phenomenally, casually chic!
Even if people pretend that they’re OK with it, jealousy can eat people alive.
I like Shakespeare, but it’s not my bread and butter. It’s not what fires me up about acting at all.A lot of the ingenue parts leave a lot to be desired, in my opinion.
I admire anyone who takes risks, especially in a creative sense, and who doesn’t play it safe. Those are the people who keep things moving forward.
When you are the lead, you feel that if you mess it up the whole film can fall around you.
I never had any ideas of this industry being a sparkly gift of a job where you go in and become a star.
I like to do the whole gamut of emotions on stage – big crying, shouting, hair-pulling.
I’d be happy just to do theatre work but it can’t pay the bills.
It’s incredibly frustrating to constantly read scripts where you’re the girlfriend who is there to further the man’s storyline.
My first filming job was one of the first episodes of ‘Black Mirror,’ before anyone knew what that was going to be. It was this mad project with some great people behind it – and now it’s ‘Black Mirror!’ It was sort of baptism by fire.
I mean, I’d love to see ‘The Woman in Black’ in the Nineties on the rave scene!
I was obsessed with ‘The Swish of the Curtain’ by Pamela Brown when I was a child. It’s about a group of kids who create their own Amateur Theatre company. I was already absolute in my decision to be an actor by this point, but if anything, it confirmed to me that I was on the right path.
A corset is always challenging.
I definitely don’t think I could be in an open relationship.
I think most women are sitting on all this rage we’ve never been allowed to express. It’s an emotion that I think that people find quite unattractive in women which is why you don’t see it very often.
I’d always wanted to go to drama school.
I admire actors such as Laura Linney, Cate Blanchett and Andrea Riseborough, who take risks and fight to not be defined by their gender.
Christopher Walken would make a bed time story pretty interesting I reckon.
I get told I have a ‘period’ face quite often. Maybe it’s the pale skin but I get a lot of pre-Forties posh roles.
I’d love to play a villain! I always end up playing people that are quite goody-two- shoes. I would love to play someone who is a little bit evil. I think that would be really fun.
I tend to want to go quite big in my acting, which you just cannot do in front of a camera. It’s taken me a while to learn how to pull it back.
My parents are actors as well, so I grew up around that world. It was always a very romantic, mythical world. They did a lot of theater, so to me an actor was getting to come backstage and dressing room mirrors with bulbs around them and trying on people’s costumes. It was very exciting to me as a child.
I have quite a dry sense of humour. It comes out when I’m feeling nervous.
I’m incredibly lazy. On a day off, I’m more likely to be sitting on our sofa reading a book than out and about being active. I sometimes do a bit of yoga but I find it hard to get motivated for any kind of physical exercise.
It’s refreshing to tell a story from a woman’s point of view which says it’s normal not to want kids.
I haven’t seen a lot of horror because I’m ridiculously sensitive and I get scared really easily.
My first scene ever on camera was a dinner scene and I ate all the food. They yelled cut and the actor across from me was like, ‘You know you’re going to have to eat the same thing every single time.’ I learned the hard way.