When you live in L.A., it is easy to stay fit, as the weather is amazing.
Unfortunately, I like to feel a little stubble when I kiss. Women are too soft.
I’m the type of person who doesn’t want to sit alone in a restaurant or bar.
Every time I’m in Canada I feel more Swedish, and every time I’m in Sweden I feel more Canadian. I belong in both places and I love them both equally. It’s funny because the Swedes claim me as their Swedish pride and the Canadians call me their Canadian girl. I’ll take it all.
I’m gluten intolerant, so that automatically cuts carbs from my diet.
I think we can leave mullets back in the ’80s. I’m really not a big fan of them.
In ’87, I was about 9 years old, and so at that point I was wearing, like, fluorescent green T-shirts and acid-wash jeans and leg warmers, and my hair was in a ponytail with a scrunchie and I had the teased bangs that were up in a rainbow shape. It was crazy.
I’d love to do all types of film, not just comedy, although I love comedy.
I don’t have a problem with being a woman. Women’s bodies are so beautiful.
Don’t hate me, but I’ve always been skinny. I got lucky.
I shouldn’t say this, but I always love the sidekicks. I want to do a leading-lady role in a film – absolutely. But I find that a lot of times I get attracted to the sidekick role. They stand out a little more because they’re quirkier, they’re funnier, they’re crazier.
My only requirement for life is that I don’t get stuck in a rut.
I don’t mind being goofy and silly. I love to make people laugh and I’m not self-conscious.
I was a groupie for a year and followed a band. I dated the drummer of the band.
Who doesn’t love a funny girl who can look sexy at the same time?