I'm honored that people would think of me for any big role that is talked about a lot.

Alexandra Daddario

Alexandra Daddario

Profession: Actress
Nationality: American

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Every single thing you do, you don't really have expectations.

I'm not afraid of falling and getting up the next day with a few bumps and bruises.

Following your heart and working really, really hard is the best thing you can do, and just try not to be too hard on yourself.

I'm a believer in challenging myself and overcoming challenges by doing things I've never done before.

If you had told me ten years ago that I would be able to go and make out with Will Forte one day and then Woody Harrelson the next, it would have blown my mind.

One thing I got to do that was awesome was hang off the side of this Ferris wheel and do that stunt myself.

Going to the darkest place you can to make yourself really upset and adding that with the physicality and running around, you can work yourself into hysteria that way.

Voiceover work, I really enjoy. I don't get to do too much of it, but I've been doing more lately, and I like it because you get to do a bunch of options, one after the other, and you can go as big as you want or as small as you want, and you don't think about it sometimes.

When I have no appointments, I spend the day in pajamas and go to the dog park in pajamas. I'm very casual.

To be an actress and act crazy is really fun for me, to be able to be acting like you'd never be able to act in your real life and scream and freak out. It's an interesting test for an actor.

You remember where you were doing each scene. 'Oh my God, it was so hot that day.' It's kind of cool to see a movie that you haven't seen in a long time and reflect on that stuff.

When I was first starting out as a kid, I tried to pad my resume with everything I had ever done - ice-skate, carry a tune. I can't dance for my life, but I can learn, so I'll tell people I can dance. I play the piano - I'm a really good pianist, actually.

There are a lot of people who give you their opinions on what to do.

You do run and scream and cry and work yourself up into hysterics, and then you get back to the hotel at the end of the day, and you feel really off and really strange. And that's because rationally, even though you know everything is OK, you have put yourself through this traumatizing experience, and your body is still going.