I had wings once. They were strong. They were stolen from me.
"If my foggy/senile memory serves me correct I can remember eating lots of chocolate mini eggs beforehand. Doing intimate scenes of any kind are usually inelegant and uncomfortable but in a strange way I think being two women made it easier. Both Aliyah and myself agreed to pretend like we weren’t nervous. That would be our secret. It really helps having a scene partner who’s as warm and delightful as Ms. O’Brien but unfortunately it doesn’t always work out that way. I was the lucky toad in that scene. I’m over the moon by my storyline this year and I’m so excited to get back to work with Aliyah.” — Charlotte Sullivan
ryan "the guy" haywood
Are we destined to d e s t r o y each other, or can we change who we are, and u n i t e
"There are definitely obstacles to being an actor as a kid. For me, that was bad acting habits. As a kid, you do something and then an adult says, ‘That’s good,’ and then you do it again. You’re rewarded and then that’s the behavior you reinforce. I thought as a kid that acting was crying, and for some reason I could cry on command. So that became a bit of a crutch for me. As an adult, I’ve started to expand my thoughts on what I’m able to do and the kinds of parts I can play—the still or unemotional kind of work I can do."
The city is your weapon.