"People choose their role models themselves. I am honest with myself and I’m not ashamed of anything I’ve done. You shouldn’t plan on giving a certain image of yourself to people. You should live your life, your experiences, your job. The people take what they want."
"People choose their role model so I don’t think… I think it’s kind of.. It goes completely against being a good representation – especially for like young people – being too aware of what you’re presenting to them, because then you’re not real anymore, you’re not being yourself and you can’t force yourself to do something that you’re not.”
“I’m from Southern California – I was born and raised in LA and here we’re very casual. If I go to London or New York – it’s so fancy; I’m the one looking completely out of place. My mom is a completely southern California girl – she is why I am ‘Miss jeans and a T-shirt’. You look at those people, who are so put together, and then you look at their mom’s and they tend to be put together. My mom is like don’t worry about it; make-up is so artificial why would you not want to look like yourself?’.”
“Typically I try to get good sleep, drink water, eat healthy. I could sleep 10 hours, but I find eight hours is sufficient. But then I’ve had some of my most treasured experiences on no sleep like when we were filming On the Road. I’m not even kidding there were nights we didn’t sleep but we were living well and so inspired – everyone looked great.”
“This weird thing happens when you’re in a movie that has some level of success. People start offering you all kinds of things, and they just expect you to do them because they’ll be good for your career. It’s not about te project’s integrity or anything like that. It’s about raising your profile and all that crap. That’s so not me.”