When you become famous at 19, it does a number in your head, so you find romance in the mundane - isn't it so great that a guy would pick me up at my house and take me to a restaurant?
There' s a duality in myself, and it's also what I try and instill in my roles.
I've been around for a long time now, and you start to hear these urban legends about yourself.
My only after-school job before I got into acting was babysitting. I had younger brothers and sisters.
Being an actor is like being a bass player: one of the component parts to the collective hole.
I've never been like Angelina Jolie, who at one time was spewing out this prototype Bad Girl stuff for people to consume. I've never boxed myself in that way. People can create boxes for me by all means, but it doesn't mean I'm going to step inside them.
Although I missed home, North Carolina is a spectacular place to spend four months. Wilmington has a great downtown area. It is not too small town or too big city. The people were really welcoming and nice. The weather was lovely.
Over time, I've loved jazz, Miles Davis and Chet Baker, then Janis and Jimi and Creedence, then classic rock.
I don't want a tan, but I do love blushes in colors that give you that whole sun-kissed thing.
Being beautiful can be a curse, especially if you want to be an artist and create.
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