Words matter. These are the best Madelaine Petsch Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
My mom put me into my first play at five at a local theater, and the next day after my first practice, I was like, ‘This is what I want to do with my life.’
I feel like it’s extremely rare to find a female who’s bisexual and not either lesbian or straight on television shows.
I don’t like looking like a crazy person in my seat with a mask on, so I go into the airplane bathroom, put it on for a minute, and then I’ll wash it off. Once I’m out of the bathroom, nobody even knows I did the mask, but my skin does!
I had actually auditioned for a guest star role on ‘Legends of Tomorrow,’ and the show had the same casting director as ‘Riverdale.’
I’m obsessed with everything Ryan Murphy does.
I moved to L.A. straight out of graduating my arts high school and worked three jobs to afford living while taking acting classes and auditioning often.
It’s a lot of scrubbing of my lips every day. I make my own lip scrubs at home with coffee grinds and coconut oil.
It’s about finding where you’re comfortable with yourself and staying true to yourself no matter the circumstances.
I want makeup to be more about freedom of expression. If I want to put on makeup and make myself look different, I can, but it’s not a standard for every single day.
I am beyond honored to bring bisexuality in females to the screen more.
I think it would be the biggest regret of mine – getting anything tattooed.
That was my relationship to ‘Archie’ for the most part: just the Sunday strips.
I love rose gold – it’s just beautiful and classy and timeless.
My diet works for me because I can be very flexible about what I eat in a day.
I think, very often, little girls look at these teen television shows and think, ‘I have to have a boyfriend because Blair Waldorf has a boyfriend, and she’s always fighting over boys!’
I’ve always been a performer.
I don’t triple cleanse if I’m not working. If I don’t have a bunch of makeup on, I’ll do one wash, and then I’m done.
There’s not one part of dialogue left behind on ‘Riverdale.’ You have to really be on your toes when you watch it.
I do a lot of dance classes in my spare time. I’m a dancer at heart.
I’m a sunglasses aficionado if I do say so myself.
I’ve always been somebody who would put together an outfit, and my go-to accessory would be a pair of sunglasses.
When I was younger, I used to be very afraid of doing anything out there with my makeup because I felt like my hair was such a big, strong piece.
I’ve been obsessed with sunglasses since the beginning of time.
I’m afraid of open bodies of water. I was in a glass-bottomed boat that broke a long time ago, so I’ve always been kind of freaked out.
Whenever your agent and your manager are on the phone with you at the same time, you know they’re either going to give you the most amazing news or the worst news.
The impact that movies, film, and TV have on me – the way that they can toy with my emotions – is beautiful, and I’ve always wanted to do that for other people.
My mom gave me a rose quartz that I carry every day. It promotes self-love. Whenever I feel a little down, I just hold it and get some good energy.
The Deep Cleansing Pore Strips have been a staple product in my life for years. I don’t pop blackheads. I don’t touch my face. I like that this allows me to feel like I’m getting them out without grossing myself out.
I always have my Biore strips because they’re fun. I always have Crest White Strips. I always have lip balm, and I’ll bring concealer with me.
I’ll read tweets that people will tweet at me from time to time, but I try not to read too much about it, because you just never know what’s going to end up influencing you.
I’ve been working on this career path of mine since I was three years old.
I love Halloween. I love Thanksgiving. I love Christmas. I love New Year’s.
From the ages of 5 to 17, I was a competitive dancer. I even went to an arts high school and double-majored in dance and theatre.
Being vegan keeps my body fueled and running smoothly.
I think the first role I ever played was the Magic Carpet in ‘Aladdin Jr.’ I did a lot of tap dancing and not a lot of dialogue. But I loved it so much, and I loved the way people responded to the characters.
For me, because my life is so public, I just like to be alone sometimes in my private house and enjoy my time.
I think my generation is extremely cynical about love.
If it’s the right role, yes, of course, I would shave my head, but I don’t know what role that would be. I’m still very attached to the hair.
I’m really happy to bring bisexuality to TV because you don’t see that often on television, especially with women.
I try to use my platform for things that I believe in and for things that would have helped me when I was younger. I try to keep everything really positive, which is why I made a YouTube channel, to integrate fans more into my life.
I’m a working actress in Hollywood. You unfortunately don’t get the pick of the litter when it comes to auditions and jobs.
I’ve always had way too many pairs of sunglasses. It’s been my accessory of choice. I keep the same jewelry, mostly the same kind of style, but my sunglasses always change.
My dad is very environmentally conscious, and so I’ve always been close to nature.
I grew up in a small town, I was the only redhead other than my brother.
My favorite way to be bold? Bouncing on a little highlighter with a damp Beautyblender. Especially under the brow bone, on the tip of the nose, and on the Cupid’s bow!
I love a good book. I’m not a club girl. I like hanging out and reading my books.
Just, always remember that it’s important to be your own person, and as you grow up, you start appreciating the things that make you different.
When you’re in high school, there are so many bullies, and a lot of kids don’t know why the bullies are being mean to them, so they blame it on themselves.
The people who are bullying you, they’re insecure about who they are, and that’s why they’re bullying you. It never has to do with the person they’re bullying. They desperately want to be loved and be accepted, and they go out of their way to make people feel unaccepted so that they’re not alone.
I used to never wear red.