I was equally in love with singing and acting from an early age.
You do a James Bond film, you're being part of an anachronism, a tradition.
Celebrity is a weird appendage, which is useless unless you do something with it.
But I love filmmaking - I'm not ashamed of that. You're sort of vilified if you say that in England.
I like the theater enormously, but I truly love films - the whole bizarre, boring process that it can be.
I swear to God, I would marry the first person who asked me, just because it seems so completely impossible that anyone would ask.
Singing is my dream and, while it may have not been a commercial success, critically I was thrilled with the reception my first album got.
I can set up shop anywhere. I've got my oils, I've got my yoga mat and I'm good to go. I must know good yoga classes in about 25 cities on this planet.
You can never be guaranteed good roles because of an award, but I think your profile and net worth as a performer has to do with awards, unfortunately.
Anyone who has that weird volition to become an actor probably has a weird volition to do lots of other creative things - to write, to play music, to paint, to cook.