I’m incredibly faithful and never jealous. It’s a massive waste of energy - if you’re going to be cheated on, it will happen anyway, so you might as well enjoy it up to that point.
Hi Kate - the ASOSdotcom interview is now on line. Just google ASOS magazine december and go to page 56. Let me know if you have any probs finding it. J
Posted it! Thank you J :) It is a adorable interview. You are the best!
I see career as something that you look back on rather than something you look forward to. I just take it step-by-step.
By Kee Chang 10/20/11 for Anthem Magazine
You started out in theater, didn’t you?
I did plays when I was in school and loved it. I got into acting while I was exploring theater in London before doing film, which I knew nothing about. I gradually started working in it and really enjoyed it. Acting in theater requires a completely different skill set and life experience, but they sort of compliment one another I suppose.
What do you get out of doing theater that you don’t get out of doing film, or vice versa?
The main thing with theater is that if you mess up, you can go back and sort it out the next night. In film, if you don’t get a certain thing right on the day of shooting, it’s cemented on celluloid. In that scenario, you don’t get another opportunity to have a do-over. Since I started out in theater, when I came back to doing it after film, it was film that had informed my work on stage much more so than the other way around. Once the camera scrutinizes you—where something looks slightly superfluous, histrionic or weird—you take that back to the stage. They’re always informing each other. Film gives you a very varied life and I really enjoy that.