I moved to New York when I was 10, from Rio de Janeiro. So there was no need for driving: I took the subway, cabs and the bus.— Jordana Brewster
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I'd love to be a Bond girl. I mean, if you're going to be stereotyped, there are worse things to be stereotyped as.
I think the play on words for 'Punky' Brewster has definitely played itself out.
I think escapism is really important.
I will not go on a blind date.
People spend so much time in their cars, and it's a legal way to have fun by speeding a little bit or testing yourself a little bit, and you get to invest in your car. For some people, it becomes their baby.
When I was really young. My sister and I would create different characters with our Barbie dolls - I'd be the crazy diva Barbie and she'd be the homeless Barbie.
I feel like directing is an innate talent.
I think that unless you grew up in New York or Chicago or Los Angeles, you're sheltered.
The ocean is 20 minutes away. Nature surrounds me 24/7. I wake up to the sounds of birds chirping. I also love that I can go out to dinner in jeans and flip-flops.
I've always been kind of picky because I've always been interested in lots of different things. I chose to take three years off and go to school, and that helped keep me sane. Hollywood can make you crazy, if all you're thinking about is your next job.
I like working consistently. I like working for four months at a time, which is why cable was so attractive. You work for four months, and then you get to do something else, whether it's doing a movie or just being at home with your husband and eventually having a family.
There was one day when I just didn't feel like I could do weight training after my cardio, so I didn't. You do have to know when to stop, or you can hurt yourself.
When you're doing a movie, you're in and out of there in three months.
If you hated the experience, it's all good because you can take the paycheck and leave. But, on a television show, you have to love your character and you have to love the experience because you could be there for awhile, fingers crossed.
What I love about New York is that everyone is in their own world.
It's the opposite of L.A. - there, everyone is looking outside of themselves to see who's next to them. What's great about New York is that you get to be anonymous.
When I do my own makeup, I keep things pretty simple.
I like having a routine, because everything else is so unpredictable.
I already have a production company called J Squared and we're working on two projects.
I'm saying my rosary every day.
Well, I was lucky in that my being an actress totally overshadowed my having some kind of a... legacy at Yale, so that was kind of great.
I miss the anonymity that comes with New York because everyone around you is so immersed in their own journey.
Oscar night is a ridiculous night where you go to these parties and you see everyone that you've ever wanted to work with and admire.
Paul [Walker]’s kindness was pure. He never asked for credit of glory. He was just a really good guy.
I work out with a trainer five days a week.
I think movies should illuminate and teach, but that's for a certain genre.