I don't think I like characters who are afraid and ashamed of who they are.

I could easily exist on less money, but I like the way I live now.

I mean, I don't like anyone who likes themselves too much.

I've never been to a race car race before.

I've been to therapists my whole life. I find the less attention I pay to food, the healthier I am. Any obsession is dangerous. And a whole country that's obsessed with one thing, unless it's, like, jeans, it's very dangerous. Everyone's obsessed right now with carbohydrates in this country. It's ridiculous.

Well, I think I've had a fairly meandering career.

I think that I need to work on being comfortable at being normal, everyday-ish on camera. Unlike a lot of actors, I think that's the thing that I'm not so comfortable with.

I just want to be married, or just engaged. Basically, I just want a ring. And the tax break.

I think the thing that I always try to do - because it piques my interest - is to play really different parts all the time.

I take Wellbutrin because I'm afraid to go into stores. I'm afraid people are going to yell at me.

I'm very insecure.

My roommate and my boyfriend, they both know I am compulsive and controlling.

I've always done guest-starring stuff.

I've been looking to do TV for a while. I've always done guest starring stuff. I've done a couple of multi-episode arcs, and I've always loved the experience.

Any obsession is dangerous.

My sister and I shared a bedroom our entire lives and I believe she discovered the Beatles when she was about 11 and I'm four years younger. So from the age of 7 until 17 we had nothing but Beatles paraphernalia in our room, even those little stuffed Beatles that went on stands that are dressed as the Sgt. Pepper band.

What you feel is important may not be what the director feels is important.

Doing films as an actor, you spend maybe 40 percent of the year doing your chosen profession. If you are on a successful TV show, you spend 80 percent of your year doing the thing you love.

I don't think I'm an outsider at all.

A director should cast a person who fits into their script.

I think I'm better at playing difficult than I am at being normal. And to me that's something I'm working on now. I'm not really that difficult or complex a person, so it's interesting to me that it's just so much harder for me to play an everygirl.

I think I am naturally attracted to things that are a little bit out of this world.

I get so nervous. I happen to be socially awkward and shy. I spent a lot of my time as an adult not going places.

I think my anorexia was to do with being a teenager, not being in films.

I feel like some of the best talent is on TV right now, with the writing, acting and great directors. I've also been looking for the consistency of work that TV provides for you. And, I always thought it would be really interesting to live with a character for months, if not years.

I knew I would never be cast as the pretty girl.

I'm an actor who hates dialogue and the present day and reality.

I'm trying to just go with the flow and learn from the people around me.

I once ate McDonald's three times in one day.

I was really bored and unhappy in school, and I used to act out and do horrible things.

I like to do things sort of intuitively, I think.

Naturally, my body language changes given whatever environment I'm in.

My dream role would probably be a psycho killer, because the whole thing I love about movies is that you get to do things you could never do in real life, and that would be my way of vicariously experiencing being a psycho killer. Also, it's incredibly romantic.

Everything, I think, about acting is based on imagination.

We have so much pride in welcoming these passengers onto the plane, and they have so much pride in travel. It's something that I definitely always remember, when I'm playing a scene on the plane, just to imbue everything with that sense of excitement.

My brother always teases me about my forehead: 'I could eat off it!'

I've been to therapists my whole life.

I was a big sci-fi fantasy geek when I was younger... secretly, in my room.

This life that I've led has been really well suited for me.

I want a Mini-Cooper because it's fuel efficient, emissions efficient and all that stuff. It's small and better for the environment. I think that will be my next car.

I'm really open to everything.

I like the way my own feet smell. I love to smell my sneakers when I take them off.

I'm so glad I'm not 20 years old anymore. I was in a hurricane. I'm a lot calmer now. I don't cause destruction for myself and others everywhere I go.

I always think that I've embarrassed myself.

The whole growing-up process seems to have eluded me.

Well, it's difficult to fall in love with a character when you just read the pilot. You don't really know who the character is.

I think people are learning to actually aspire to be objectified.

I think the main reason a lot of child stars don't make it is that it's hard to see someone as cute and then all of a sudden see them as having more depth.

I come from one of these hideous backgrounds where being sincere is like - ugh, you might as well kill yourself.