The pain doesn't go away. You just make room for it.— Laurie Holden
The most delicious Laurie Holden quotes that will activate your desire to change
I think women are amazing and womens friendships are like a sisterhood and we should see more of it in television and film.
When forced to survive in an apocalyptic world, there are some characters that embrace their higher selves with some emerging as natural born leaders, and others succumb to their more base and primal selves and basically transform into savages.
I don't want my tombstone to say actress. I want it to say human being.
Driving through much of the southern part of the U.
S. reminds me of where I grew up in Canada. The trees, homes, sense of community... I love the South.
I'm a tomboy. I really love sports. I'm really looking forward to being the sniper gal, running around and shooting zombies. I find that really exhilarating.
When The Walking Dead officially got greenlit, Frank Darabont called me up and said, "My passion project just got off the ground. There's a role I think you're perfect for. Would you consider the role of Andrea?" And I was like, "Wow, I'd love to take a look at it." So, I read the pilot script and was knocked out.
I knew that we'd have a big following because the graphic novel [ The Walking Dead] is so popular, and I knew that with Frank Darabont and Gale Ann Hurd at the helm that we were doing something very special.
Whenever I have to do an emotional scene, I just take my contacts out and it means I can't see anything.
I'd love to play a femme fatale. And I wouldn't mind working with George Clooney.
I was pretty nervous when I met Robert Kirkman.
It's very strange to meet someone who created you. Andrea [ from The Walking Dead] is still very much alive and kicking, seven years into the comic book, so to meet Robert and be like, "Hi, I'm Andrea," I had to just hope that he was happy with the decision.
I've worked with Frank [Darabont] on two collaborations, The Majestic with Jim Carrey and Stephen King's The Mist.
I think that Comic-Con is just a wonderful forum.
It's just the perfect place for our show and the fans have embraced us so wonderfully. I would be shocked, if we weren't back every year.
It's a fun thing to do: Go to a shooting range with a buddy, knock off a few rounds, release stress.
I am a tomboy and I love being with the boys and shooting guns and stuff.
I really, really, really want to do a silly romantic comedy where I can just have a crush on the guy, trip over myself, and laugh and be goofy. I just feel like all I do is cry, sob, and fight zombies and the bad guys.