Shaving half my head was a look that meant I could go punkier with my style.

Natalie Dormer

Natalie Dormer

Profession: Actress
Nationality: British

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Travel is so important in its capacity to expand the mind. It's exciting to start as young as possible - you get to see how other cultures live, challenge your senses, and try different cuisines.

I've been spoiled rotten with the costumes I've worn.

Dormer by name, Dormer by nature: I love to sleep.

I'm a London girl, so I grew up on Alexander McQueen and Vivienne Westwood... Dior, Chanel, the usual suspects.

I love my camera crews on all my jobs. It's the half of the job that the audience never gets to see. They're integral. They're as much a part of making a movie or television show as I am.

It's fascinating how much of our sense of attractiveness and feminine identity is bound up in our hair.

Anne Boleyn is an intriguing character. She seems to appeal to modern-day women in a very potent way. Because she was such an independently opinionated and spirited young woman, which at the time was unheard of.

The Gili Islands gave me some of my best scuba diving experiences, including tons of turtles.

Fashion, historically, is how people make statements about themselves or communicate.

I want to keep people guessing.

There's a part of my heart that forever has Anne Boleyn written on it, who I played in 'The Tudors.'

It's funny how being an actor forces you to do things or go places that you wouldn't ordinarily.

The world is changing so quickly, and actors now have this huge platform of social media to interact with their audiences, but I choose not to have a social media footprint. I'm old-school like that.

Sometimes a woman's looks or sensuality are too readily wrapped up in their power.