Lucy Boynton Quotes About Love, Life, Horror, Auditions, Comedy

Lucy Boynton Quotes About Love, Life, Horror, Auditions, Comedy

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Acting has influenced my approach to beauty in both practical and fun ways as well as influencing my style. I do like to be more adventurous – for some reason, I feel safer in that.

Lucy Boynton

An all-girls school, when you have 800 girls from the age of 11 to 18, you would think, should be a prime opportunity to really inject a sense of confidence and power. And instead, we were very much taught in relation to men, in terms of what the brother school would think of us.

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I don’t think I’ve done anything quite like ‘Gypsy’ before. Especially the honest way that it is written.

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As long as you feel good in something, it doesn’t matter what other people think. You just have to own it. You’ll never regret wearing something you really love.

Lucy Boynton

Good horror is about so much more than slashing: it’s a way of examining grief and loss of self.

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I think ‘Ballet Shoes’ was a very pivotal role for me. I was about 14 then, and it was an incredible cast: Eileen Atkins, Victoria Wood, Emilia Fox, Harriet Walters. All these incredible women.

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I’ve been every hair color under the sun for different projects.

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When you’re playing someone that’s real, there is that hanging weight of how will they feel when they see this: will I make them feel exposed in some way, and how do I absolutely avoid doing that while playing this as accurately and empathetically as I possibly can?

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I think that’s a place where we are, as a society, finally starting to get to now: where your sexuality doesn’t have to define you – and you don’t have to define it.

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Comedy kind of terrifies me. I feel pretty intimidated.

Lucy Boynton

If you stop trying to restrict yourself by defining yourself and love in other people’s terms, it’s the most liberating thing.

Being part of the Queen story and knowing what Freddie Mercury went through before he died of AIDS has really shown me how far we’ve come in fighting this disease.

Lucy Boynton

It’s exciting not knowing what tomorrow, or the next month, or the next year holds. – It’s exciting not knowing what tomorrow, or the next month, or the next year holds.

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My parents always traveled a lot with their job, so it became embedded in my nature quite early on that I would crave that constant change and traveling.

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I remember watching that scene in ‘My Girl’ where Anna Chlumsky cries at a funeral. I would cry with her and be like, ‘Yeah, I think I could do that. I could do a funeral scene.’

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We were always told not to wear skirts that were too short, because what will the male teachers think of you? Or, when we started sharing classes with boys in sixth form, what will they think of you if you are wearing a miniskirt to lessons?

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There were years in between of going to auditions pretty much every day and getting nothing.

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Oh, my God, I would be the most uncool band member, ever.

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My dream would be to be like Tina Weymouth from Talking Heads. Her style and everything about her, she’s just the coolest human being.
Being able to disappear into every film that I do really works in my favor.

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Paul McCartney has always been the love of my life.

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I was born in New York and moved to London with my family when I was five. I did have an American accent for a couple of months, and then it went a way.

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For the red carpet, I like a platform heel, but for everyday, it’s mostly Converse high-tops or booties with black tights.

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I’ve always liked higher necklines, and Mia Farrow is my ultimate inspiration. The baby-doll dresses with big Peter Pan collars that she wore in ‘Rosemary’s Baby’ were iconic. I’ve been drawn to similar looks ever since.

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I’ve been acting for a long time – I started when I was 12.

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When it’s a real person, you want to be as honest as you can and approach it in a similar way as you would any other character, but with that restriction and wanting to respect the boundaries of that person and not be intrusive in any way.

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It was strange, especially because all of the projects I did when I was young, I was always the youngest on set or the only child, so I spent my formative years hanging out with 24-year-olds when I was 13.

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It was strange doing that transition from teenager to more adult roles, but I think it just makes it more exciting.

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I don’t really have a specific formula I follow to find the right script or role. It’s always just very instinctive.

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Anything that Osgood Perkins writes, you can sign me up!

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I find that I’m quite experimental. I’m drawn to the brighter and weirder things.

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I tend to look very different with every role that I do, so I don’t know if anybody remembers me or recognizes me at all, including people that I’ve worked with and know really well.

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Nic Hoult is just such a brilliant actor.

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All of our family holidays were always work trips for my parents, so my sister and I would sit somewhere or find a kids’ club while my parents would be interviewing people.

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I want to act every second of every day.

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I want to be an actress when I grow up. Actually, I don’t want to wait until I’m grown up. I want to be a child actress. I want to be an actress before I’m 13.

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My skin’s rather difficult to fix, and I’m incredibly sensitive.

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When you’re younger, you have a perfect plan for your life: I thought I would be engaged at 24, married at 26, have my first child at 28 and my second at 30. But as you get closer to each age, you realise it’s unfeasible.

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I never wanted to take off the pink gown I wore to the ‘Gypsy’ premiere. It was a magical dress for a magical moment.

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I realized on my first day on set of ‘Miss Potter’ that there wasn’t going to be anything else that could make me as happy or feel as fulfilled as acting does.

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If you’re creating your character, you can have full ownership of the emotional range they go through. You can make bolder choices.

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I never went to drama school, but I was really lucky in that both my junior school and secondary school had brilliant drama departments.

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As soon as we stop trying to put boxes and labels to every relationship and dynamic, we’ll be so much more liberated and at peace.

Lucy Boynton

People keep referring to ‘Sing Street’ as a musical, but I really never felt it was that. I can’t really define it as a musical.

Lucy Boynton

I am so honoured to be supporting the Elton John AIDS Foundation and their mission making London and our global cities AIDS-free.

Lucy Boynton

I’ve always been really terrible with horror films. I scare really easily and can’t stand all the violence and gore.

Lucy Boynton

The pressure to look good is intense. It is hard to be immune to that and the self-consciousness that comes with it.

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The people I look up to most are actresses such as Kate Winslet and Amy Schumer, who have never been size zero and are judged on their bodies of work, not their bodies.

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When you love someone absolutely and want them to be their truest self – even though that means losing them in some capacity – that is the most important thing.

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Who is Lucy Boynton?

Lucy Boynton is an actress from the United Kingdom. As a young Beatrix Potter in Miss Potter, she made her film debut. She has appeared in the films Copperhead, Sing Street, Murder on the Orient Express and Apostle, and then Mary Austin is depicted in Bohemian Rhapsody’s biographical film.

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