Jane Levy Quotes.
Your imagination is your most important tool as an actor, as cheesy as that sounds.
I’ve never seen ‘Evil Dead 2.’ Sorry about that. I’m sorry to the world.
I haven’t even watched that many movies, I’m like a weird actor.
I feel like I’ll always feel that I have so much to learn and I don’t feel uncomfortable in my skin.
I know plenty people, and I’ve done it myself, where you lock yourself inside for four days and you a watch a whole series. It’s like watching a never-ending movie. It’s great not to have to wait for the next season or the next week.
I like doing both comedy and drama. I’m not really feeling more drawn to one over the other. I also like dramedies. I like movies and TV shows that are mixtures of the two.
At college, I wasn’t passionate about anything I was studying.
If I only did TV show, I’d probably not be the happiest girl. I love the show, but I’m an actor and I want to work on different things. TV lasts for so much of the year that you’re just aching to play a different part. And I love movies so much that I want to be a part of as many as I can.
When I was little, I asked my mom to move us to Los Angeles and get me an agent. She would say, ‘Stop it. Go play in the dirt.’
What’s fun about being an actress is you change all the time.
I hate censorship, man. I really do.
I developed a sense of self before moving to crazy Hollywood, which was really important.
I think that I can improv.
My mom is the recycling Nazi, and I always bring a bag to the grocery store.
I actually failed my first license test. I got an automatic fail. I guess I had been doing well but she had to pull the emergency brake so obviously there was a problem. I remember them handing me my fail paper and me just bursting into tears.
As an actor, you realize that your whole life is about arrivals and departures. You’re always meeting people, you get really close, and then you all have to leave.
I don’t watch TV; it’s pretty weird, I know.
I am really attracted to films. It’s nice to do something new, all the time. That’s why I like being an actor.
I haven’t even watched that many movies; I’m, like, a weird actor.
If you’re comfortable with someone, you feel creatively free. Whether it’s a comedic scene or a dramatic one, you don’t feel self-conscious because you feel safe with the people that you’re around.
I never met Sam Raimi in my whole life.
I like jeans with sneakers or boots.
I find that going to bed without my phone or an iPad makes me sleep better and helps me wake up without obsessing over emails. It makes my day better.
I have amazing parents and some really great friends that would kick my butt if I ever started acting different.
I keep all of my letters, postcards, and thank you notes. I’ll keep them forever!
Your imagination is your most important tool, as an actor, as cheesy as that sounds.
I’m not a natural redhead, but I enjoy having red hair.
Costume is a huge part of getting into character. Your body soaks in what you’re wearing, and you turn into someone else.
To be honest, there are so many things I learned in acting school beyond the method; it was a safe place to practice. So acting school was about exercising that acting muscle and doing it every single day – and having people tell you that you’re bad every single day! Which pushes you to work even harder.
Violence is a part of the world and life, and you shouldnt have to take it out of stories.
When I make a movie, I just make the movie. I don’t think about the success of it. If it becomes successful, that’s an amazing treat. If it doesn’t, you had a great time making it and you learned from it, and then you make a new thing.