"I think I’m surprisingly different in real life than what people expect or what people project on to me. I’m not actually that awkward, I don’t think. I think people see me as this sarcastic person that doesn’t care about anything. But, on the contrary, I’m pretty emotional and sensitive and I care a lot about things and people. I think in moments where the spotlight is on me — like if I’m doing a talk show — my defenses come into play and maybe that’s why people see me that way. But, I think my sarcasm is often a way for me to get through those moments. I mean, if you came over to my house, I’d make you a cup of tea and be probably really interested in you."
“’No’ is the only control you have as an actor. That’s a big one. And, a good one for me because I’m such a people pleaser, and I’m not so good with boundaries, so that’s definitely something I still work on.”
He had a quality of masculine confidence that was a thousand times more potent than mere handsomeness. Perfect goodlooks could leave you cold, but this kind of sexy charisma went straight to your knees.
The three Black daughters were inseparable as children, but the Wizarding War broke families apart without discrimination. Andromeda’s marriage to a Muggleborn cracked deep fractures in their sisterhood. Bellatrix, the eldest, went mad with the belief that pureblood supremacy must be imposed. Andromeda, the middle sister, tried to put as much distance as possible between herself and the bloodshed. All the while, Narcissa, the youngest, only wanted to keep her family together. As a trio, the Black sisters had intelligence, power, and cunning. Apart, the filthy war would ruin them all.
“When we were in Haiti she was dancing and singing and playing soccer and doing crafts and just sitting, and the kids just loved her. We told her, ‘If you love them then they’ll love you.’ They really got to know her and then they got to know what she does. Kids really get when you’re a celebrity. They want that role model. Amy stands for beautiful core values. She stands for goodness and seriousness.” - Jane Aronson, founder of Worldwide Orphans Foundation