Stories in families are colossally important. Every family has stories: some funny, some proud, some embarrassing, some shameful. Knowing them is proof of belonging to the family.
There is no disgrace in an enemy suffering ill at an enemy's hand, when you hate mutually.
That's quite a difficult thing in life, to be who you are. And when you are doing interviews, you kind of feel this need to say something interesting.
I wake about 1 a.m. I'm in the office by 2 a.m. We're on the air at 5.
You can do all of the world-building you want; at the end of the day, what's important is the heart and the drive of the story and the heart and the drive of the characters.
I am hoping that I can be known as a great writer and actor some day, rather than a sex symbol.