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With my boyfriend, we can make sexist jokes to each other because we know it's absolutely not true. If I get home from a long day and he says: 'Go on, get in the kitchen,' it's funny because we know it's not our lives.

With my boyfriend, we can make sexist jokes to each other because we know it's absolutely not true. If I get home from a long day and he says: 'Go on, get in the kitchen,' it's funny because we know it's not our lives.

After Hollywood, you know if people are interested in you or in the fact that you've been in a movie. You know who your real friends are. ---->>>

I tend to over-analyse things. I'm not the type of person to flip a coin and let things happen. ---->>>

A strange thing happens to me that I'm sure happens to a lot of actors when the camera starts rolling. I'm not 'me' any more. ---->>>

With young people, there's often that carelessness, allowing yourself to get into danger - recklessness, I suppose. ---->>>

'Sailor Moon' was my favorite cartoon of all time, and I'm still kind of obsessed with it. I own all the DVDs to watch it at home. ---->>>

I'd rather make an interesting film that gets people talking, that maybe some people hate, than make the kind of 'entertaining' film that everyone feels ambivalent about. ---->>>

I'm a massive daydreamer. I'm constantly lost within my own fantasies and my own thoughts personally, and I think maybe that is sort of represented in what we do for a living, the fact that we make believe everything and we escape into these other characters for a living. ---->>>

I've actually got turned down for a lot of roles because I'm not bubbly enough. People have told me to be more 'up', but I can't, really. I find it hard to be smiley and giggly all the time. ---->>>

For me, I see filmmaking as art. ---->>>

Being from Australia, I've never even touched a gun. It's so not a part of our culture. ---->>>

For me it would be unhealthy to be a method actor; I'm not mentally stable enough for that - I need to separate my two worlds. ---->>>

I can cry at the drop of a hat. I've always found that easier than laughing in films. ---->>>

I have to just worry about my own opinion and the opinions of the people I'm working with and people who are close to me. ---->>>

I prefer to make a film that people have a really intense reaction to than have a film that people feel ambivalent about. ---->>>

I'm a very private person. I find it very daunting to have to give private parts of myself away to people, you know? ---->>>

I'm into video games, but only real specific lame video games. ---->>>

It is frustrating when in an interview people say: 'Give us your make-up tips' and 'How do you stay skinny?' I think: 'Do you ask a guy that?' ---->>>

What we do to ourselves to look a certain way is crazy. ---->>>

When you act, you really have to give all of yourself, and if you're doing that purely for money, it's not healthy. ---->>>

I need to push myself. I'm not saying that I just want to do anything that's shocking, but when you have that combination of a script that's really beautiful and extremely shocking, it's exciting for me. ---->>>

In my everyday life I'm a little bit nervous and not particularly brave. I feel like if I can be completely brave in my work then I'm doing something right. ---->>>

The only problem I have with American money is that it's all kind of the same color, so I'm always having to look. Whereas with Australian money, you have purple, blue, yellow... We keep it nice and simple. ---->>>

The thing is, I actually feel a lot more comfortable at school just bumming around with my friends than I do at Hollywood parties. But then, I guess you're just never happy with what you have. ---->>>

There have been a few times when I've read a script and it's really cool but the girl character's just kind of pathetic. It's not going to do me any favours just being 'the girl' in a cool movie. ---->>>

I usually hate going around and doing press. It sort of stresses me out. ---->>>

I was lucky - the first eight productions I auditioned for, I got cast. ---->>>

Often, people who want to make interesting films simply don't have the money to do it. ---->>>

I know a lot of parents of kid actors I've worked with have pressured them into acting, but my parents are different. I'm really lucky to have them because they let me make my own decisions. ---->>>

I've been acting since I was a kid, so I just feel confident in the fact that I can do it to some degree. I've never thought I was amazing; I've just thought, 'I know this, I can do it.' ---->>>

If people love what I do, that's fantastic. And there's always going to be people who don't, and if I focus on that, then it'll destroy me. I have to just worry about my own opinion and the opinions of the people I'm working with and people who are close to me. Otherwise, it'll drive me crazy. ---->>>

What we're supposed to do as actors is be able to portray real human beings and emotions. And if you grow up in this bubble of showbiz and you only know people who make movies, you don't really have an understanding of the world outside. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: Australian
Born: 12-07, 1988
Birthplace: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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Occupation: Actress
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Emily Jane Browning (born 7 December 1988) is an Australian actress and singer. Browning made her film debut in the Australian television film "The Echo of Thunder"; subsequently, she played recurring roles in the Australian television shows Blue Heelers and Something in the Air. Her breakthrough role was in the 2002 horror film Ghost Ship, which introduced her to a wider audience (wikipedia)