Shelley Conn Best Quotes

Shelley Conn is an English actress of British and Burmese descent Enjoy Shelley Conn’s best quotes below.

“I think I would struggle with any job if it was purely about effects. Even as a viewer, those aren’t the kind of things that interest me.”
“I think ‘Mistresses’ is so successful because it’s a mixture of intriguing storylines with lots of twists and it is rooted very strongly in reality and it’s really glossy.”
“I did a practical theatre degree, which I took seriously, and then told my parents I wanted to go into acting – because up until that point you could still say you were going to become a teacher. So I told my parents, and they said: ‘But of course, that’s what we always thought you were doing to do.’ Until then, I was still in the acting closet.”
“My first job was playing ‘Nurse 2′ in a film by Ben Elton called ‘Maybe Baby,’ and the first actors I worked with professionally were Hugh Laurie and Joely Richardson. I was totally star-struck. I got that job on my final day of drama school, so it was a nice bridge into the professional world.”
“People want to be entertained when they watch dramas. ‘Mistresses’ has a mixture of escapism and reality.”
“I had periods when I was out of work, and I still do – I just don’t worry about them as much any more.”
“I’ll go wherever the work takes me. If something comes along that feels right, the family will come with me.”
“I think I would struggle with any job if it was purely about effects. Even as a viewer, those aren’t the kind of things that interest me. I think ultimately you have to be connected to characters and their relationships. Otherwise, it’s not drama to me.”
“It’s always overwhelming when you get a nice response to something, because you really invest in these projects, and you can’t help but really care what other people think.”
“When I was studying, I was part of a children’s entertainment company, and I’d have to dress up as a pirate or fairy and go to corporate parties and entertain the children. I will never, ever do that again. The worst was the demanding children – I’ve never been so exhausted doing a job as that one.”

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