What did we do before we had cell phones and we just had to sit there and be vulnerable?
Technology and communicating with people online or through a phone or through social media - it's a false sense of intimacy and connection.
A jigsaw puzzle is my form of meditation. In New York, I glued all of the ones I did together and hung them up on the wall.
I really love 'America's Next Top Model.' I'm always tweeting about it, and people are like, 'You need to get a life!' Any time I do a photo shoot, I always think, 'What would Tyra say?'
I started painting at 17; I took a class at Brentwood Art Center. I thought about art school - but I'm just so not a school person.
I love games. When I first saw 'Celebrity Family Feud,' I literally, in all caps, emailed my team and was like, 'Why am I not on this?'
I just love human emotion and faces.
I have Bob Dylan lyrics on my ribs. I'm a diehard Dylan fan, and my dad and I joke that if I ever met him, I'd have him sign his name right under my tattoo and then I'd run to the parlor to get his signature tattooed.
I couldn't be luckier to wake up every morning and be so excited to get to work, even if it's five in the morning.
I really love 'America's Next Top Model.' I'm always tweeting about it, and people are like, 'You need to get a life!'
I never have had blonde hair. I have never had straight hair. I never wear pink clothes or spray tan and I never wore heels to school.
'Mean Girls' is literally one of my favorite movies. It's just such a classic. Everybody has seen it, and me and my friends quote it all the time.
I really knew with every fiber of my being that acting was - for lack of a better word - my calling.
I've been so lucky to be able to go into such different worlds from my own, and that's what makes my job so fun. I just want to continue doing that.
So many of my paintings, people would be like, 'What more do you have to do?' But the smallest little things make all of the difference.
I've done figure drawing classes or whatever.
All of the coding and hacking stuff that we do and I talk about, I always have them explain what it means so I know what I'm saying.
I'm such a loser; I don't really go out. None of my friends are really actors, so in that regard, I still have all the same friends and do all the same things.
I never leave my computer open. That becomes a big OCD thing. If I see people leaving their laptops open, I always close them.
Playing a woman in the tech world never crossed my mind as a thing until people started bringing it up all time. People act like it's unicorns speaking English all of a sudden.
At restaurants, I always get a kids' menu and color or draw on the tablecloth.
One of the reasons why I love acting is my obsession with human emotion and faces and expressions - no surprise, then, that I usually end up painting faces. But I haven't done a self-portrait. I'd be too scared.
One of my favorite paintings I've done happened after I broke up with a boyfriend.
I love playing a smart person and not that blonde deadpan.