Halston Sage Best Quotes

Halston Jean Schrage, better known by her stage name Halston Sage, is an American actress known for her roles as Grace on the Nickelodeon TV series How to Rock and Amber on the NBC primetime series Crisis. Enjoy Halston Sage’s best quotes below.

“‘Girl, Interrupted’ is one of my favorite movies.”
“I always start the day by washing my face and moisturizing.”
“I am excited when I get a movie and I get to move somewhere for a certain amount of time. But I am a Cali girl.”
“I did grow up reading the ‘Twilight’ books. I feel guilty, but I was always Team Edward.”
“I like the simplicity of a halter-top or plunging neckline, but I’ll rough it up by wearing studded shoes and my leather jacket.”
“I like to Instagram my dogs! I also get excited to post behind-the-scenes photos from when I was filming something.”
“I love dogs. I have a Golden Doodle and an Alaskan Klee Kai.”
“I love oatmeal raisin cookies.”
“I went to an all-girls school, and I always felt like I missed out on a traditional high-school life.”
“I went to high school in Los Angeles, and I grew up riding horses, so that was kind of my life. I always wanted to act.”
“I would love to be in a Nicholas Sparks movie. And Scarlett Johansson inspired me. I think it’s cool when women are able to kick butt.”
“I’m 20 years old, and I still love love. I hope I’m sweet. Just your everyday girl.”
“I’m not always happy, I promise. I can be serious.”
“John Mayer and Jack Johnson are two of my all-time favorites. I love Colbie Caillat and really cool, beach-y, guitar, acoustic type music.”
“My dad is afraid of my laugh.”
“My favorite weekend activity is riding bikes to breakfast.”
“New York City is my favorite city in the world.”
“The whole experience on ‘Grown Ups 2′ was like going to adult summer camp.”
“Things I say are sometimes silly.”
“I did grow up in Los Angeles. I actually didn’t start acting until I was sixteen, so I was very removed from the Hollywood scene. I had always been in my school plays, but my mom and dad wanted to keep me out of the business until I was old enough to know who I was and not let anyone change me.”
“I grew up riding horses since I was eight. I rode English style and competed every weekend. I had two horses, Scout and Camille, and they were my babies. It taught me a lot about responsibility and commitment. I hope horses will always be in my life.”
“I met my agent when I was 10 years old on a family skiing vacation. He asked if I was interested in acting, and I had been doing school plays. A couple of years later, I called him up, and I started auditioning.”
“I really love Audrey Hepburn. And there is kind of this little inside joke I have with my grandpa: he always has bought me all of her books. Whether it’s a biography on her or just a coffee table book, I’ve read everything out there on Audrey Hepburn from him. It was always my gift for every holiday and every birthday – an Audrey Hepburn book.”
“Making a movie is like an accelerated version of growing up with someone. You spend so many hours a day with each other, and you’re putting your heart into this same effort.”

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