I love being part of the team.
You don't choose. I just go where the work is.
We blush very, very easily, and we get terrified of audiences.
You have to have a lifestyle if you live in LA, otherwise it's deadly.
I can't do theatre in the US,' she says, 'because I don't have a green card.
No matter how many helicopters there are, when it comes down to it there is the camera and you.
It was hysterical going to work. I would just walk in and think, 'What in hell? Am I here? What's going on? I'm going to wake up in a minute. I'm in a dream.'
It's just so fragile. The growing sense of 'Oh, God, what am I doing? Am I any good? Will I ever work again?' All those questions of self doubt, they do creep in.
I was spooked when I first got the role, as I was afraid I wouldn't have the companionship I need on a shoot, because I'm so into the process itself, not so much the end product.
And the reason for that I think is that in Australia our films don't get the exposure, so the process is foremost. But anyway, I love being part of the team and hate being stuck in a corner somewhere.