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, and reveals why she tries not to read about herself online. The first year of the project I would go in and I would voice Eep in this higher cartoonish register. “Yes, I've always been curious about what the world has to offer and what makes people tick.”Is that part of the appeal of acting? I always was very interested in journalism, and still am. But then as time went on it expanded a little bit and my love of comedy grew into watching Woody Allen movies or Hal Ashby movies, and I started to understand the comedy-drama relationship, which is really my vein of gold.
So I ended up having to make it a lot truer to life.”Did you have to record it again? And that's part of the difference in animation, too, that you do want to have that range of character in your voice and not necessarily just because you can't express everything physically, even though the animator is incredible and is animating to your facial expressions, a lot of the time.”Eep's athletic, brave, curious and independent – did you relate? “Yes, and I have another friend who says, 'Roles choose you at the time you need them most.' You have to believe, as an actor, that if you didn't get a certain role you really wanted and it went to someone else, it was because it was theirs to begin with.” was tough was because I could hear them through the wall telling Hayden Panettiere, 'You got the part. ' And then two weeks later I got , my first movie, and that changed my entire life.”Did you ever consider quitting? It was tough for about three years, when I was auditioning and doing little guest parts on TV shows but not really getting a steady job. “It makes being in Los Angeles a lot less fun, because a lot of photographers live there. And if I look at blogs or comments - which I have made the mistake of doing, and it's the dumbest thing you can do - the cynic in me just goes nuts.
You're the best.' And then I went in right after her. And I was missing High School for all those three years. I was very lucky because my parents didn't really see me as an extension of themselves. And they understood that I wanted to act, even though they aren't actors.”Who was your role model when you were 15? So if I don't look at it, and I just keep focused on myself internally, it's alright.