Sonequa Martin-Green: “Whatever your flaws are, as a person, they will be reflected in your acting.”

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  • Sonequa Martin-Green:

    “Whatever your flaws are, as a person, they will be reflected in your acting.”

    (Sonequa Martin-Green)

    “The further I go in this business, the more I realize that, the type of person you are is exactly the type of actor you are. So, whatever your flaws are, as a person, they will be reflected in your acting. And whatever your strengths are, will be reflected.”

    “So that internal work of being more well-rounded, more accepting, more empathetic, more loving, more interesting. The only way to be interesting is to be interested.”

    “So, being more interested in the world, in people, in different cultures, in history, in art, in all these things. That is also training internally. Because that will translate directly into your acting and make you a more interesting actor.”

    (excerpts from an interview with Backstage)


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