Quotes by Yasmin Paige

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I'm going to Queen Mary's [university] in East London and I am trying to juggle it. Sometimes, it's really hard. more...

There was a huge period where I was filming and studying. But then we went into summer and it became easier. I did find combining the two difficult and I haven't figured out how to do it effortlessly just yet. more...

I think you have to be extremely strong to be in the police and I couldn't do that at all. I get nervous when a police car is driving past me when I'm in the car, pondering what they're doing or going to. more...

I'm too sensitive. I could not show up to a murder scene and do anything like that. It would break me instantly. more...

I really admire police officers, surgeons, or anyone who works in high stressed situations. more...

The thing I like most about acting is that it entertains people. Films and TV can also offer such comfort to people... TV especially, because it's in people's homes and they can watch it at home. It offers them insights into different cultures and ideas, which I think is great. more...

I've done a lot of things for a very young audience so far, such as The Sarah Jane Adventures. I'm tiny and petite and I look very young, so I tend to attract those kinds of roles. more...

The Romany culture is not really in the media that much and Jack Thorne wanted to portray that. more...

I didn't really know anything about Romany culture going into this [Glue series]. The one thing that I liked the most about it is that it's so family based. They don't have mothers and fathers in the same way we do. They're really in a community, so parenting is shared between the community. more...

When I was 12, I did my first sort of speaking role. But I wouldn't say I had a passion for it from the start. It developed as I started to become a bit more mature. more...

When I was 12 or 13, I started to watch films and understand more about the craft and that helped me to develop. But it also felt like a game, because it was fun. I mean, all of us do it when we're kids to a degree - play acting. But then I came to realise that it's a lovely way to express yourself. So, my passion for it developed as I got older. more...

I didn't know I wanted to be actor when I was four.I did it at the beginning because my brother did it before me and it was a hobby. I didn't mind doing it. But then it got more serious. more...

For me 'Submarine', is probably one of the most important things I've done and it will always remain the closest thing to my heart. It was an amazing experience and it really changed things for me after I'd finished filming it because of the people on it. more...

When you do children's TV or one episode [guest] stuff, you have to listen, which is also a great thing to learn. But you don't have individual input. more...

With 'Submarin', Richard [Ayoade] gave us a lot of freedom and he really helped us. He's so amazing. It really changed things for me and brought my love for filming and working with people to a completely different level. It really was a wonderful experience. more...

When I'm filming something, I quite forget that it's all still got to come together and be edited. I'm so engrossed in trying to do the best I can on a day to day basis that I forget that people will see it and judge it. more...

Of course, you're always going to be biased but Submarine was amazing and I'm not surprised that people liked it. more...

To work with Richard [Ayoade] is my favourite thing in the world. He is my favourite person. So, it was great for me to be involved in a project that was, again, so different and with such wonderful actors. Everyone from Submarine is in the film in one way or another, which helps because it really does feel like a family. more...

Richard [Ayoade] likes working with people that he knows. So, I already knew all of the crew and practically everyone and we all felt comfortable. It's nice to be able to go into somewhere where there's no pressure, and where people are supportive and believe in you. more...

Going forward, anything that Richard [Ayoade] asks me to do, I would be so honoured... even if it's sweeping the street because he's such a great person and a great friend. more...

I had a very short time on that film [The Possibilities Are Endless] and it was quite strange because the process was kind of like a documentary, which was different for me. The way everything was filmed was very casual. more...

I'm someone who is quite uncomfortable if something is different. I like doing things I'm used to in everyday life. So, I always try to push myself outside of that when looking for roles, otherwise I would never do anything different. more...

I get very nervous in un-trodden territory but it's important to keep doing it just to prove to myself that I can do it. more...

That's part of this industry. It's hard a lot of the time, especially when you get knocked down a lot. There's a lot of criticism and it's always in the back of your mind that you may never work again. more...

There are loads of amazing actors in the UK and only 2% of them are in work, which is crazy. more...

You have to remain positive and just try your best and part of that is doing things that continually surprise people, including yourself, so that you don't get pigeon-holed. more...

I like the idea of going to university and studying. I didn't do it because it was a back-up plan. In some ways, it kind of goes hand in hand with acting. There's a lot of analysis and enriching your mind, as well as problem solving. And it can only help being around people as an actor. more...

I had a hard time at school because I worked, so I was quite often out of school, which meant that I didn't make many friends. It can happen to child actors, because you're not in the school environment. And I did miss that school environment and being around people. more...

I wanted to go to university and experience something that I felt like I'd missed. I wanted to be around bright, intelligent young people who were learning about themselves. more...

I study English literature but my friends are doing psychology and things like that. No one cares about acting there. It's not competitive and it's a nice environment for me. more...

I'm actually quite different when I'm there [ in the university] to how I am on a TV or film set. It's very challenging and I really, really like it. And I enjoy being in that environment. more...

Whatever grade I get, even though I do try my best, I'll be happy with. I feel so lucky to have done all the jobs I've done to this point. So, if I continue to work it will be amazing. But I'm going to see how it goes. more...

I was 17 when it was being filmed and so I was at an age where you are learning a lot about yourself. I came out of school to film it, and I hadn't been having a good time in school before that. I get quite shy around big groups of people. If I meet people, especially my peers and people my own age, I always struggle because I've always worked with adults and they have a tendency to molly coddle you a bit when you're the youngest on-set. more...

With Submarine, when I came out of school, people were so lovely and supportive. And you don't get that experience very often. It felt like a family on-set. So Submarine changed so much for me. more...

I haven't done anything that can match up to what I learnt about myself as an actress and as a person or the friends that I made. more...


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