I want to have a little toy version of Morgana. I can then show it to my grandchildren one day. So I can say I used to have a waist.— Katie McGrath
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I went through a real punk stage-I had braids, red hair, pink hair, green hair, I cut it into a Mohawk, the lot. Then about five years ago, I dyed it dark and stayed out of the sun to get pale, because I hated looking like everyone else, all blonde hair and tanned skin.
I go for really smart guys, ones who are well-read and can banter and argue.
Men need to be able to take me out and have a few drinks, but by the end of the night we'll be talking about Nietzsche.
I don't like pink and I am not into girlie stuff, bows and frills, sugary looking things.
It's like running away to join the circus, everyone wants to do it when they're young but then you grow up and get a proper job. But somebody's got to do it or you wouldn't have the circus.
I wear a lot of black, knitwear, skinny jeans and very high heels.
My mum used to work for a fashion designer making knitwear, so she knits me lots of chunky scarves, hats and gloves, which I love.
I was looking at these actresses sort of sitting around under umbrellas, people bringing them cold drinks and I was like, 'That looks so much easier than what I'm doing' and I was so wrong.
The first thing I ever wanted to be was a backup singer for Guns 'n' Roses.
I was a strange child. I was the kid with funny hair listening to dodgy music [...] I'd come in with my hoodie and skate-shoes, with purple hair under the hood. I got away with it because I spent all my time in the art room, so they figured I was 'artistic'. I was that kind of kid, listening to Green Day and the Deftones and all that kind of thing.
So I can say I used to have a waist.
One thing I've always thought about Morgana is that she's sort of a modern mind in a period body. She's not your usual warm princess, which is what drew me to her in the first place.