My day-to-day work is storytelling. I wake up wanting to tell a story. Essentially, I was introduced to it before I even became an actress. That desire to tell a story was something I loved as a kid. Recounting things, or putting on little performances. I was a very curious child. The collaboration of film making was something I instantly fell in love with.
I loved the scene in the store where we are at Floreios e Borrões, in Diagon Alley. The set was wonderful and when the Gilderoy Lockhart comes in, the atmosphere is wonderful. And also the Chamber of Secrets. It was scary to stay there.
“Alan. The energy shifted every time you walked onto set. You were an inspiration to us all. RIP… It was people like Alan that we were lucky enough to be with to inspire us. His charisma was infectious.” — Bonnie Wright on Alan Rickman
Starting out so young, the idea of ‘fame’, to me, was for people who were much older - who had won Oscars or done amazing things,I always saw it as something of a much higher calibre. So many girls have become famous for literally nothing.