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I certainly have respect for the Logies.
I think I was very much a late bloomer.
I love babies and children.
Vincent and I are entwined creatively every day of our lives. That is a really big part of the relationship for us and what binds us really.
I spend time reminding myself of all the many blessings in my life. It’s not hard for me to re-focus positively. I also acknowledge the difficult times in my life and how, with courage, I have moved through them.
I’m probably infuriating to work with, particularly in ‘Offspring,’ because I’m in pretty much every scene so I need the other actors around me to be able to pull of the spontaneity of that character.
I just don’t like closing doors. I can’t do it psychologically.
I am conscious now of the little boys I am raising, there are things that are important to me so that they grow up as healthy, responsible and respectful men.
I was shy and struggling with it.
There are a lot of grey areas in ‘The Cry‘ and the grey is what I’m interested in as an actor.
It’s vital that my partner and I are in constant discussion with each other and with our sons about how they’re developing emotionally and physically within their peer groups.
There are so many hard-wired ideas we’ve grown up with that we’re now realizing are unacceptable.
I love the really deep, rip-your-soul-to-shreds stuff, but I also love the romantic comedy.
I have as many foibles, challenges, shortcomings and struggles as anybody else.
I love the opportunity to clown.
I have four and nine-year-old sons, and the world that they are navigating is vastly different to the one I grew up in. So ‘The Hunting,’ and the conversations it will inevitably ignite are really necessary, for us to stay on the front foot and to raise emotionally intelligent, respectful human beings.
I didn’t train to be an actor.
We’re getting bolder with our drama and we’re allowing women to be unapologetic about their ambitions in a professional sense, and also about their vulnerability as mothers and lovers.
It’s been a little bit more of an internal struggle to find the confidence to own my ideas.
Channel Ten is extremely proud of ‘Offspring’ and could not be more supportive of us.
And I think ‘Offspring’ has given me that opportunity to really appreciate the audience and want to entertain them and make it the best drama I can.
There is no shaming in my house, we don’t parent like that. We don’t shame or punish, they’re communicated with with as much compassion and lack of frustration as we can muster.
I think when your confidence is still growing as a young artist, your capacity for generosity and partnership can be hindered, probably in large part due to self-involvement.
If you feel good, you will look good. That’s all it takes.
I am always hoping for drama that is as engaging and as challenging as ‘Love My Way’ was to make and to watch.