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Perspective is the most important thing to have in life.
Belly buttons are cool!
Today is the day you have to start believing in yourself. No one can do it for you anymore.
I must work harder to achieve my goal of not seeking approval from those whose approval I'm not even sure is important to me.
Be truthful, say what you mean and mean what you say, don't ignore the given circumstances.
I have to introduce the part of me that feels like a winner to the part of me convinced I’m a loser, and see if they can’t agree to exist somewhere closer to the middle.
You may be sensitive inside, but what I see on the outside is a soldier.
If I had a normal job and had been moving up, I'd be management level now.
The best you can hope for is a great collaborator.
Maybe I should sit. Plenty of people use sitting as a way to pass the time.
Texting is not flirting, if you don't care about me enough to say the words than that's not love, I don't like it!
My mother had lived in London since I was little, so she never got to see my school plays and stuff.
The thing you must really do in television is bring yourself to everything you do - you can't try to be anybody else.
I've spent a lot of time wondering, What's going to happen? What's going to happen? I try not to allow myself to do that much anymore. I think ive gotten more comfortable with the unknown.
Growing up an only child with a single parent is probably why I'm an actor.
I've made out more this season on a family-friendly show than ever in my actual life.
Moving. Someone said this to me a long time ago, it's bhuddist saying, I think: 'There is no wasted effort'.
It's great to have an acting job in the age of Reality TV.
Some people think my father was a spy, because of working for that government agency in Vietnam, but he can't find his car keys, much less keep a national secret.
Personally, all I ever want to be wearing are jeans.
I didn't grow up identifying with beauty. I grew up thinking I could be smart and funny - those are the things I got feedback on.
Anyone can smile on their best day. I like to meet a man who can smile on his WORST.
Once again, I've been thwarted by the massive difference between my vision of the successful me and the me I'm currently stuck with.
Like my dad, I have a Christmas party most years. I like to celebrate and see as many people as possible.
Actors should ACT. Not sell perfume, or write cookbooks.
Well, it's more of a sane life to be part of an ensemble! I find that the work can be more specific too and I have to really make sure I know where I am in the story because I'm not in every scene.
I take the no-doughnut pledge, and then I break it.
The thing I don't like on television is when somebody does something that makes absolutely no sense just for the shock of it.
I think there's more pressure to stand out in a way that is measurable externally. The fame culture is definitely way worse and weirder than it was when we were in high school.
All TV shows are basically part of the same storyline.
There's nothing more important than a good story.
I just don't know that a TV show demands a movie ending.
I love TV. I think I'd do a half-hour single-camera comedy.
I would like to be part of a family, however that looks. Family is really important to me.
I've dated people who I thought were going to be a big deal in my life, and I've also spent long periods by myself.
Writing a memoir isn't particularly interesting to me. I'm not like Ellen [DeGeneres], where I can write, 'Water bottles--they're crazy!' and it's funny.
All my references are 50 years old-when somebody shot J.R., you know? Oh my god, I'm 100!
Getting anywhere you want is hard work. In this photography culture, everything looks so amazing. But it's actually very hard to get to where anybody gets.
It's also show business. It's not "show fun friends".
As actors we always say that once the person in a scene gets what they want, the scene is over. It's resolved. But life is never resolved - you're always in the process.
You want the story to end when it's supposed to and not be squeezed for somebody's financial gain.
While I very much wanted to be in a relationship, I didn't want to be in the wrong one.
When the creator of the show is gone, the actors end up being the people who have been there the longest.
None of my characters have really had jobs.
I'd pay more just to hear proper English and have everyone keep their clothes on
I'm nice, and I show up on time.
The parts for women, you're either like the quietly suffering wife or the wild girl.
I get a delivery of a diet food during the week, which doesn't mean that I don't eat the occasional Krispy Kreme doughnut.
For a time in high school, I had glasses, braces, and a cast. I like to call this look 'no date for homecoming.'
I've always thought my strengths were I'm smart, and I have a good sense of humor. I definitely struggle with feeling confident.