Tinsel Korey Quotes

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I met this girl who had a huge scar on her leg from a car accident. She was talking about how, after it first happened, she would always wear long pants and cover it up. But, as she started to grow into it, she decided that that’s just her now. It’s just a part of who she is. She wears skirts and she shows it off now.
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Whereas, if you have a longer scene, then you have momentum to build it up. I thought I sucked, but Chris Weitz is an actor, so he understands that process and that you can get nervous in it, and he can look beyond that. Or, it was just me and I was over-thinking the entire thing.
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Also, my humor is really dry-witted, Canadian humor, so some people get it and some people don’t. I’d be great on “The Office.” I would like to be on that show. And, I could see me doing romantic comedy films, and stuff like that.
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When you’re actually feeling a character and you’re going through the real emotions, and you’re not fake acting, that energy stays with you and sometimes you can’t get it off for days. It just resonates in your body, unless you have some sort of release, whatever it is.
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It’s a juggling act. Every time I get going on the album stuff or being musical, acting kicks in and I book a job. It comes down to a money thing.
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hat made me feel uncomfortable. People would be like, “Woah, that’s crazy!,” or they’d look at me really funny, but it also helped because that’s how people look at Emily. I was like, “Come on, be sensitive! I have a scar on my face. It’s not nice to just stare at somebody.” That was really interesting.
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A lot of people think that, as actors, we have an endless supply of money, and you don’t. It comes in waves, and then you’re riding a certain amount of money for awhile. When you’re at that point where you’re like, “Do I feed myself or do I do music?,” it’s a juggling act.
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I’ve developed a way to separate myself from me being me, to me being the character. I can separate watching me, Tinsel Korey, from watching Emily
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It’s bluesy, rocky jazz. I call it soul music, but it’s not James Brown soul music. It comes from my soul. It comes from a deeper place. Duffy has that similar old school soul sound to herself. If I opened for Duffy, that would make sense to me, in my head.
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I knew everything about her backstory. I skimmed through all the books and read through everything that happened between Sam (Chaske Spencer), Emily and Leah (Julia Jones), so by the time we started filming, I knew everything that had to do with my storyline.
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I also went to the Makah Nation ’cause that’s where Emily is originally from and spent time with them too. Seeing the whole spectrum of who she is as a being was cool. And, I miss it. It’s beautiful. I miss the kids a lot. I miss everything about that whole entire adventure.
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There’s so much going on, with child abuse, not having the right relationships and being in abusive relationships, that play into her, and that energy was constantly in my body for a month. I was the lead character and it was very, very intense.
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I’m a goofball, so I think comedy is one of my stronger points, as an actor. I just never get to do it. But, I’m taking classes at Groundlings, where Will Ferrell and Lisa Kudrow studied, and it’s all improv comedy. It feels good to be able to do that and be funny.
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No matter what happens to you in life, you just roll with it. And then, when we went back to shoot Eclipse, I went to Quileute and taught some acting to the kids, and just got to spend some time in the community, which was great because it gave me an idea of where Emily came from.
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I was in the car driving back, after having done a scene where I kill somebody, and I just said to the driver, “I can’t talk right now. I’m too emotional.” The whole car ride back, I was just crying.
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