I'm not trying to be famous, I'm not trying to be the next whatever. I'm just trying to be someone that contributes positivity with my talent.
I think the more open-minded people we have - like casting directors and producers - the better things are going to be.
My approach is the truth and aiming for the truth.
When I was a kid, people bullied me about my weight and being skinny. Throughout my teenage years, I had to just depend on the fact that, look, this is who God created me to be, so I'm going to depend on what's already there.
I fell in love with Jesus, and I'm still in love. Amen!
I didn't see a lot of role models or women who looked like me on screen when I was growing up. For me, one thing that changed all of that was seeing Keke Palmer in 'Akeelah and The Bee.' That film made me realize that I wasn't an alien.
I'm not perfect. As a Christian, you're not perfect, you know, but you're walking every day and trying to stay connected.
I don't come from a creative background. I don't know anyone in my family who is a musician or actor or singer. It's a lot of teachers, lawyers. Professional stuff like that.
I'm centered in who I am, and I'm really grateful. I'm not perfect.
My aim is just to remain as humble and as godly as I can be.
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