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Never be ashamed of what or how you feel… just be honest.

When I was training, I trained with my younger brother Brady. I would wrestle some of my friends, who I had grown up with, which showed me some moves, but it was never a full on match. When I went to competitions, there were other girls, so I always wrestled girls.

I actually read ‘Wonder Woman,’ and here’s the thing about her: she’s more of a physical presence than anything else. You don’t get to really know her on the inside.

I’m probably one of the worst actors as far as preparation goes, because I actually don’t prepare. I find it easier to read the script and whatever hits me in my stomach, like deep down, I just go with it. And the director kind of molds me whether to go right or left with it.

I will never be a waif. I want to market myself as a healthy-looking woman who is an action-star kind of girl.

I’ll say this, I’m no stranger to working with a foreign cast, foreign directors, that sort of thing. I love it, because I think that when you have people from different countries, it sort of brings everyone together, it’s more of a worldly film.

Chris Farley, I was a huge fan of his growing up. I would love to do something kind of slapstick and funny, maybe where I could change my look even a little bit.

There was one time I wrestled two boys and I beat them both! They weighed a lot less than I did and I think they didn’t want to hurt a girl, so I don’t know if I really won – I’d like to think I did.

Just for fun, I’m really goofy and I would love to do some stupid comedy. I’m talking, like, crazy, out there, Will Ferrell type of thing. I love it; I think those movies are so funny.

I’m pretty healthy, most of the time.

I think that when people look at me, and they look at my height and my voice and my coloring, they automatically think, ‘Tough.’

I was cast in ‘Thor’ back in 2009, so it sort of took me out of the running for anything tied to DC Comics.

Life is about trusting your feelings and taking chances, losing and finding happiness, appreciating the memories, learning from the past, and realizing people change.

I think all the fight stuff. I’m cut out for that. I used to wrestle in high school so I really love it, yeah. I love all the fighting and martial arts. Hey, why am I not up there? Oh, it’s just a rehearsal. Keep going.

When I was training, I trained with my younger brother Brady. I would wrestle some of my friends, who I had grown up with, which showed me some moves, but it was never a full on match. When I went to competitions, there were other girls, so I always wrestled girls.

I’m probably one of the worst actors as far as preparation goes, because I actually don’t prepare. I find it easier to read the script and whatever hits me in my stomach, like deep down, I just go with it. And the director kind of molds me whether to go right or left with it.

I got into the business all by chance. I really enjoy what I do now, but it wasn’t always a huge dream of mine. I think I always had thought about it growing up, though.

I’m a very physical person. I hug people, more so than shake hands.

Green screen, you know, it’s been interesting, it’s my first time to ever work with green screen technology, and it’s, sometimes it can be really boring because you’re like wow, I’ve got to really imagine all of this stuff around me. But it’s low maintenance, which is nice, um, and it’s not as hard as I thought it would be, so.

I try to do yoga when I can to make sure that I’m flexible and that I’m not going to tear any muscle or pull anything.

I’m blessed with very fast memorization skills, so I don’t have to read it too far in advance.

Television is competitive now, and the great stories live on television right now. I’m finding that I’m enjoying television more than film, these days. That was my motivation to take a TV show.

If I find the right character, I don’t care if it’s a film, a television show or a play, I’m gonna do it. Everybody crosses over and it’s just one big pool of stuff now.

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