It’s scientifically proven that chocolate improves your mood. There is something in it that can make you happier and I stand by that theory. Milk chocolate. It’s so good!
A lot of movies that come from Israel are about war, but there is such good, funny, rounded writing that comes from the country that I wish more people would discover.
When I came to America, I told my dad I wanted to be an actress.
I’m worried about everything at all times.
I’ve always performed. I’ve done plays at home.
I’ll wear little dresses for a look and then it’ll become only shorts for a while or only t-shirts for a while. So I go through different phases but I combine different things. I don’t like things that draw too much attention. It’s usually just things that complement me and aren’t too loud.
Whenever I look at a baby or children in general, I smile and just want to play with them.
It’s a challenge getting rid of your accent.
I went to a dialect coach and she told me that I had five problems; two were my Israeli accent and three were my New Jersey accent. I don’t even want to know what I sounded like back then!
Our writer would play the piano and then come up with songs on the spot that included all of us. It was so fun!
I become obsessed with one thing or one look, a Bohemian look for instance, and then I wear that for a while.
I’ve always been into theater and movies. When I was in school, I did a monologue for my talent show. I would go to the local theater. I was always in dance. I was always performing. That was always my thing.
I’ve always appreciated directors but I have a newfound appreciation for them and producers and everyone who does what they do that actors don’t see. When you have one job, that’s all you care about, that’s all you’re supposed to focus on. But focusing on so many different things, I was introduced to how hard everyone else works too.
It was so hard to watch myself back because whatever movie I do, I never look at the monitor. I hate looking at the monitor.
It’s a challenge getting rid of an accent by yourself. I have parents that have such thick accents. They are like, “She sounds fine.” They didn’t know. To them, I spoke perfect English because their accents were so heavy. I don’t even want to know what I sounded like. I don’t want to know!
Ever since I was younger, I would make table reads at home where I would give fake interviews.