Life is so fast and it can change in an instant.— Elaine Cassidy
The most colossal Elaine Cassidy quotes that will activate your inner potential
I'm very fortunate with all the jobs that I've done that I've wanted to do them.
So, I feel very grateful for that. With each and every one, I could pick memorable moments.
I really enjoy the now because that's all we're certain of.
You don't want to get pigeon-holed. So, I always get attracted to parts that are different from the previous ones I've played.
If a great opportunity arises, you can't say no. But you do have to pick and choose a little more.
Thankfully, the life of an actor can be quite balanced anyway.
If you look over the course of a whole year, you do tend to have periods of down time. So, it's about managing the balance.
The last two days of shooting ('Harper's Island') was probably the most hardcore, the coldest anyone has ever been. It was like your head was freezing, and my motivation for most scenes was, 'The minute this scene is over, I'm heading straight over to that heater to get warm.'
The only thing that is guaranteed in life is that we're all gong to die at some point, so it's important to make the most of now.
I choose jobs quite selfishly. I do them for me and the exploration you get to go on with a character... seeing how they react in certain situations, how they develop. If audiences enjoy it, then that's the cherry on top. You don't expect it but it's really nice when it happens. It adds to it and enhances the overall experience.
As you get older, you like to think you get better because you're learning more.
When you're actually filming, there are times when you get access to places you'd never get to see.
I always want to learn and be challenged - and to get better as an actress.
It's always lovely to be part of a project that, on a creative level, is done for all the right reasons.
I'm really grateful for all the projects I've been involved in and the parts I've played.
I just want to continue to be challenged and to keep getting better and better.
I don't ever want to lose that or become complacent or pulling tricks.
I think every job that I've done to this point has had something new to challenge me.
In life, you're supposed to get wiser, so as an actor, even just through your own life experiences, you're already richer as a person and have more to pull on. And this job is great for the places it takes you to, the things it makes you interested in and the skills you get to learn.
As with anything in life, when you have certain experiences at pivotal times, they shape you.
I can't wait to be a mum for a bit. I'm always a mum, of course, but I want to be domesticated and be in my house and do the school runs and all that.
It's nice to share something you're really proud of and worked hard on.