I hope that people realise pitting two women against each other is just silly.
I think it's very important to be mindful of your body and actually listen to it. If I'm craving a certain kind of food, I'll have, but I notice when I'm full. It's kind of like a logical diet. I think when people go on restrictive diets, they put too much stress on themselves, which might make them prone to bingeing.
I go for a 20-minute jog every day. I find I am much happier when I exercise. Running helps me debrief and work out my plan for the day.
My mum has a cupboard in her house, and you have to fight an avalanche of tea whenever you open it. I go through eight teas a day because I like having something in my hands when I'm working, and it stops me going for the cookie jar.
I miss Canberra. It's a great place to grow up in.
Obviously, the goal is just to keep working and not run out of it.
You can't ever get sick on a soap: we work really long hours, the show is on TV five nights a week, and it's random and chaotic.
You have to go with it and be a bit of a poser on photoshoots. You're embarrassed at first, but you just have to deal with it.
Acting is my passion. I can't see myself doing anything else.
I don't like to wear a lot of makeup because my skin is quite sensitive.
Life after 'Home and Away' has been good. I'm very lucky and fortunate.
My parents thought if they put me in drama classes, I might come out of my shell. It worked, and I've acted ever since.
I've been very fortunate in the work I've been getting.
You don't want to dream too big in case it doesn't happen.
I had trouble making friends because we moved around so much.
I'd love to work in England or America. But as long as I'm doing what I love, then I'm happy.
I don't do anything out of the ordinary. I try to eat healthy and exercise as much as I can, even if it's just a 20-minute run.
L.A. can be a little bit daunting. It is great, but it is a very cutthroat area and industry to be in, so London feels a bit more homely for me.
I really respect versatile actors, so I'd really like to throw myself in the deep end.
I like to stay around grounded people, and plus, I'm working so much, I don't get out too much.
Working with someone who's really passionate about it is great, because you become passionate, and then it's fun; it's not work anymore.
I'm so quirky and weird, so I need a weirdo to hang out with!
I think, for any actor, L.A. is where it all seems to be.
I'd really like to come and do some theatre in the U.K.
I was 17, on TV, and kind of thought, 'I'm awesome. Why don't you treat me like an adult?' I was arrogant.
I finished Year 12 in Canberra, and I found it was the kind of place where people could go places.
He was just always Uncle Hugo. He still is. I remember the first time I was watching 'Priscilla: Queen Of The Desert,' and I was like, 'Oh that's what he does!'
I was a really shy kid.
One of my best memories is with a really good group of people in the Canberra Youth Theatre. We did a play about the seven deadly sins, and we had to dress up in costume and perform in Garema Place like the drama freaks we were. Great fun.
I love boys with English accents.
It doesn't matter where you are, you can just put your runners on and go. When I'm travelling, it's a really good way to get to know a city - especially if you've never been there before.
I try to work out regularly, but I'm not an exercise freak.
I do yoga every other day or as much as I can.
I'm such a scaredy cat.
I think the office place is always seen as such a professional, sterile environment, so there's something unusually thrilling about taking that well-behaved, polished environment and turning it upside down and shaking it up.
I really liked 'Nightmare on Elm Street,' 'Halloween,' and 'Scream.'
I think, being surrounded by professional makeup artists and hairdressers, you pick up little tips and trends.
I couldn't watch '101 Dalmatians' when I was, like, nine because Cruella was too scary.
We're always aware of our family being creative, but it wasn't like, 'My uncle is an amazing actor; I want to be like that.'
Once, a makeup artist put a little gold highlighter on my Cupid's bow, and it accentuated the lip colour and brought the whole makeup look together. It was just a little thing, but I loved it. I do it myself now, but I have to double check myself. I'm like, 'Is this too much?' You don't want to be leaving home with a big glob of gold on your face.
I find the less stuff I smear on my skin, the better it looks.
I've had a passion to play Marilyn Monroe for a really long time.
Because of the nature of this industry, it's a bit dangerous to think far ahead.
I am actually terrified of horror films.