Apparently, I hear from people I always play strong women. I don't see them that way.
If you're a pop singer, you don't need to evolve. You just get a set together, have some hit songs and play them over and over.
We're all just playing our own game. I don't see it as a rivalry. We're just trying to play our best.
I came to believe that my true identity goes beyond the outer roles I play. It transcends the ego. I came to understand that there is an Authentic 'I' within - an 'I Am,' or divine spark within the soul.
Learning to be your natural self in front of five cameras and a silent studio takes time. Trying to be funny under duress is probably a lot like trying to play golf relaxed under pressure.
There's a chunk of myself in every part I play.
I was the kid that was the 199th pick that never had the body for it. People didn't think I'd play one year in the NFL, and now I'm going on my 17th year.
For 'For Real,' where I play a singer who has to give up her passion for her husband and family, I practised singing for hours, in bathroom, in subways, though I am tone deaf.
I ran track for my school. I played football, but I didn't play for my high school; I played for a little league team.
No matter how long you play rock n roll songs might change just as the balls are there, the rock balls. And that's what's important to us.
When I was a kid I never learned to play. I actually got in bands through watching people play and copying them.
Necessity may be the mother of invention, but play is certainly the father.