It's weird how much social media affects someone's career. Deals and jobs are sometimes based off how many followers you have, which is a little sad. I would rather that not be the case, but I understand that it's important.
As a wrestler, sometimes I'm fortunate with some free time.
I want to make sure I'm in the best shape possible.
I love being in front of the camera.
If you're part of a show that is watched by millions of millions of people, of course there are going to be nasty comments. You can't take them personally.
Irrespective of the language and industry, what I seek from a project is good story and role.
You can plan, but what happens on a football field cannot be predicted.
When I raced, I had great parents, even a greater coach and a nutritionist. I was never insecure.
When I first learned I was pregnant with my son, I had only two firm convictions about parenting: I knew it was important, and I knew that I wanted to get it right. I was 29 at the time.
When women come together, we make a lot of amazing stuff happen.
People who come up through life or literature the hard way must inevitably carry their scars with them into composition.
I like to think of myself as the corniest, most awful thing you could possibly imagine.
The lead character in 'Adaptation' is pretty much me but with more talent. Every time I watch 'Adaptation,' I feel very emotional because it makes me be kinder to myself and see the human situation a little more clearly.
All of the people are the dependents of Allah.
Well, Babyface brings his savoir faire to every project. He's a very easy producer to work with, very detailed in listening to everything.
Sen. John Thune (R-S.D.), who is chairman of the Senate Committee on Commerce, warned Facebook of the need for consumer protection and an open Internet, and according to 'The Wall Street Journal,' Thune has sent a letter to Zuckerberg asking how the company chooses its trending topics and who is ultimately responsible.
There is nothing like a hair flip!
I've stopped reading fiction. I don't read it at all. I read other things: history, biography. I don't have the same interest in fiction that I once did.
The things I could have done had Hollywood been more open? I don't dwell on coulda-woulda-shoulda. Because, hey, I've had a great career.