I don't watch a lot of TV.

I think that probably the time that people stopped thinking of Starbuck as 'a woman' was when they stopped thinking of the old show.

I'd love to play Wonder Woman.

I fought for a long time on 'Battlestar' to let my hair grow out. It was very frustrating because every single person on the show was changing their hair. It was not fair.

'Star Wars' was, I mean, it was the first time I remember seeing three movies that all kind of went together. It was just an amazing final understanding of what a trilogy was.

I looked at my parents when I was 17, and I said, 'I'm moving to L.A.'

I think, as a woman in action in the business, you would be stupid not to express interest. Any female action role that presents itself as an opportunity I would throw myself at!

There's a side to you as an actor, a selfish side, that wants to go on and play different roles.

'Longmire' is an incredibly hard shooting schedule because the locations are usually an hour away every morning, and I come home every weekend. I fly back to L.A. for about 26 hours a weekend, just to touch base back at home. It's a lot of work. It's four really intense months.

The work environment on 'Battlestar Galactica' is unbelievable, and it's something that doesn't come along very often.

I love to run, and I actually run quite a bit.

I think that what made people accept Starbuck as a woman was that she was just such an interesting character. I think that once people put their guard down and their preconceived notions of what the show is supposed to be and just allowed it to really be good science fiction.

No one has approached me about Captain Marvel. But I don't know if I'd even want to play Captain Marvel. I would much rather play a villain and be nasty. It's more fun.

I am tired of women playing action heroes like men, because they are not men. But sometimes they are written like men.

With a first season, you never really know how viewers or the network are going to react to a show.

I remember auditioning for the Wonder Woman television show and being told that I wasn't the Wonder Woman type, but if I wanted to play the best friend, I could audition for that.

I'm not very good in crowds, so I usually try to become as small as possible.

People associate girls with long blonde hair with the girls in 'Clueless' or 'Legally Blonde.' You can't be smart and educated and have an opinion because you are supposed to be stupid.

I think God's wrath and purgatory are the only things keeping me on the straight and narrow. I like the idea of purgatory. It's like a cosmic do-over.

I think that I am lucky and blessed to have the job that I have, and I am trying to create longevity. If that means that I transition into different things at different points in my life, then that's fine. I also believe that if doors don't open, make new doors, so I've also started producing quite a bit of things.

It's weird to me to see how different everyone's opinion of beauty is.

Sarah Corvus in 'Bionic Woman' was one of my favorite characters I've ever played, ever, for reasons that are very similar to Nikki in 'Sexy Evil Genius.' I felt that that show was taken away from me too soon, and I really wanted to dive back into that mind frame again.

Michael Hogan is an absolutely brilliant actor, so anytime I get to work with someone of that caliber, I get excited.

There's always going to be someone somewhere who doesn't agree with my parents' opinion of me. It can't bother you.

I absolutely have not spoken to Marvel. It doesn't mean that my team hasn't spoken to Marvel.

My mom always said, 'Marry someone smarter than yourself, Katee, because No. 1, you're not that smart. And No. 2, then you'll have smart babies.'

I loved the challenge of being able to take a character who could be thrown away as 'crazy' and making her identifiable to the audience - also, to give her a vulnerability that people would cheer for.

It's interesting: I've been doing this since I was 17, and it's kind of weird to see yourself grow up on television.

I've never really had the opportunity to play something that's a complete departure from me yet.

I hate horror movies, with a passion.

'Star Wars' meant everything to me growing up.

As people, right now, we're so over-stimulated in this world that I don't know what I'd do in Wyoming. I really don't know what I'd do. I would probably have a heart attack because I'd be so lonely, and I'd actually have to listen to myself think. That's a terrifying prospect for myself, and I'm sure many other people as well.

I think every character I play has a physicality to them, so I have to stay in some sort of shape. I'll never be a size two. And I don't want to be a size two.

I'm a bit insane when it comes to doing my own stunts and getting down and dirty. It's fun, you know? It's things I wouldn't normally do in my real life, so when I go to work and get to beat people up and shoot guns and get waterboarded, those are things I find completely interesting.

I was planning that whole athletic slide into Stanford rather than actually getting a 1450 on my SATs.

I would hate for my father to regret all his support that he's given me over the years and be embarrassed by anything I chose to do.

I have to remind myself constantly to not be antisocial, because I stay to myself a lot. I'm a lot more introspective than my characters.

I love playing women, and I think that this is a throughline to a lot of the characters I've played - they all have this aspect of being wronged. And I think, a lot of the time, the characters are actually wronged by themselves, and they find someone else to blame it on.

I don't subscribe to the thinking that being typecast is a bad thing.

My manager has been my manager since I was 17, and he says that he's supposed to be smart for me when I can't do it for myself.

'Somnia' is a story about loss and, I guess, what you're willing to do to have closure and try and feel whole again. It's a story of redemption in a sense. I don't want to give too much away, but it's a heartbreaking story that's incredibly terrifying.

I'm not a big person, so every time they were adding these big guys to the cast, I said to my trainer, 'We're screwed, dude.' I'm only five foot five, and I'm going to look so little.

As long as people want to see me do this action and sci-fi stuff, it would be wrong of me to deny the fans what they want to see.

I read YA novels constantly, so I really want to be in a young adult rom-com, but I worry that I'm aging into the parent role, which is a little scary.

Some of the craziest people I've met, in my life, are some of the most brilliant people I've met.

Playing somebody who's still alive is very interesting.

You can't win some people over.

I've always said that I'll know when I've gone too far because I won't be able to sit down and watch it with my father.

I know that you can only keep a secret a secret for so long.