Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Camila Morrone Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I didn’t go to film school. I didn’t graduate college with an acting degree or a theater degree. I didn’t have the traditional route of training.
Rehearsals are great because without them, you feel like you’re being thrown into a lion’s den. But being on set, shooting your scenes that you’ve been preparing for months – that’s a great feeling.
I was a big Belieber. I sent in audition tapes to be in his movies. I recorded myself singing ‘One Less Lonely Girl’ so I could be one of the fans in his documentary.
I get to work with such incredible makeup artists and hair stylists, so I get to try fun things that I would never do otherwise.
It’s just really so important for an actor to be in the right costume for their character.
I’m not always hopeful about the future in general, but I’m definitely hopeful about the future of filmmaking and art.
More exposure leads to more judgment and negativity.
I don’t follow the relevant trends anymore. But I love Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s style, I think she is timeless, chic, and most importantly, classy.
My dogs have helped me enjoy things that I wasn’t good at before. They’ve encouraged me to be more active and creative.
I’m always about being comfortable. You will never see me voluntarily in a pair of heels.
Modeling was very difficult. It’s obviously a lot about appearances – it’s everything, really.
I think my booking ratio is 100 auditions for one job.
I’m really lucky in the sense that I have the privilege of being able to pick and choose what I do and only pick projects I really love and feel I can bring something to and I can learn from.
My mom was only 21 years old when she had me, and my dad was in his mid-20s.
I think you have to mix Pilates and yoga with cardio because I don’t think you’ll get the result you want to get if you’re just doing yoga.
Both my parents moved here from Argentina before I was born, so they were in a foreign country.
My routine while filming a movie is so basic: wake up, work, shower, sleep. I try to cut all the things that aren’t absolutely imperative, so I can be 100 percent when I get to set the next day. I just feel and work better that way.
I don’t think any actor really thinks they’re good. I watch my own work and I’m like, Oh God, this is terrible, that’s terrible.
I go to auditions even now and people say, ‘Oh, she’s too pretty,’ or ‘She doesn’t look like a small-town girl or a girl in high school who would get bullied.’ But that’s the whole point of being an actress – you can look glamorous when you’re on the red carpet, and then bring it all down and be raw onscreen.
I don’t have one person that’s a mentor. I have so many different people that do so many different things within the industry. And they’ve all been working for so long that they give me little pieces of advice here and there.
The music that I listen to on set really varies. When I need lots of energy and I’m dying down towards the day, I need to play hip hop or rap or else my energy just crashes after a long day. When I’m shooting something moody or where I have to play it down a bit, I’ll play Lana Del Rey or something more mellow.
Being an actor, you know what it feels like to be directed, so when the chance comes for you to direct someone else, you know how to approach an actor without scaring them off, without making them clam up, without making them feel insecure, without getting them in their head.
In real life I wear one outfit and it’s jeans and a white tee shirt.
Once you’re dating already, then you go to dinner. But I’ve never been on like a, ‘I’m getting dressed up for a date. Pick you up at 7.’
There’s a reason why a lot of models turn actors. You have to connect with people, talk to people, be able to be far from home, and you have to be aware of the camera in the same way you would be when modeling.
The first job that I booked was a small role in James Franco’s film ‘Bukowski.’ I had to make out with a 13-year-old kid. I think it was his first kiss. I was 15. I became so nervous on set that I actually fainted when James Franco came to direct me.
I just think anyone should be able to date who they want to date.
In a dream world, it is to be able to continue picking and choosing projects that stand out to me and challenge me. Working with directors I look up to and alongside talented actors that push me to be better.
I don’t have an unhealthy lifestyle, but I like carbs.
My travel beauty case is minimal: Neutrogena makeup remover wipes, whatever cleanser I am into in the moment, a deep hydrating serum for when I fly and a lighter moisturizer for day to day wear.
I box three to four times a week.
There’s just so much experience that comes with being on set and working with good actors, and having bad days and good days.
I’m really simple. I’m just like, wash your face, keep it hydrated, moisturize every night, whether it’s a cream or serum or overnight thing. My mother’s trick – who looks amazing and has no wrinkles under her eyes – is to wear eye cream every night.
I lived in a studio apartment with my dad for many years when he was struggling.
Success to me would be first and foremost to have a family. I was an only child for 18 years and I’m Latino, so I love big families and creating a small home world.
I didn’t grow up overly privileged.
My parents were struggling actors who had a hard time getting work. That’s why I hesitated about getting into acting, I had seen them going through that.
I avoid social media and articles written about me, because I’m human and negative comments pollute my head and make me feel confused about myself.
I never leave the house without some sort of highlighter or some sort of stain on my cheeks.
Everyone tries to decipher what I write as if there’s a hidden message and I’m like, ‘There’s no hidden message.’ I don’t even put that much energy into things. I wish I did.
Mickey and the Bear’ was the scariest choice I’ve made in my career because I feel pretty safe in the world of comedy and everything else, but I don’t feel safe in deep, dark, scary roles that I took on like ‘Mickey and the Bear.’
Being on set for me is my happiest time.
I’m a total foodie. That’s why I work out, to balance it off.
I’ve learned more and more to just protect myself and avoid things that’ll hurt my feelings.
I loved being the center of attention and making plays, but I knew the reality of being an actor because I had parents who struggled, I saw people working three jobs in order to be able to audition the next day.
If I can have a career based on playing roles that are a challenge and tell an important story, and for no alternative reason, then I have succeeded.
I watch a lot of movies, I watch a lot of old movies, I watch a lot of great performances, and I watch a lot of great directors.
I can’t really talk while I’m curtseying!
I’m a Latina. Everything is outspoken in my culture.
I grew up on sets, because both my mom and dad were commercial and TV actors, so I’ve always felt very comfortable in that world.
I never leave the house without washing my hair – that’s number one!
People will always have awful things to say because there’s a sense of entitlement and safety behind the screen, but trust me, you don’t need to be that angry.
My mom was really young so we had the opportunity to be really close and go through things together.
Modeling was a great opportunity to travel, to make some money in high school and it was the gateway to prepare me for getting comfortable in front of the camera.
I had a boyfriend when I was 15, out of high school. It just was with him for a very long time and I went right into my second very long relationship with no dates in between.