Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Maia Mitchell Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I play guitar and write music, and that’s definitely a huge part of my life, but it’s my personal thing that I have for me.
I want to do theater, TV, movies.
I’d love to be on an Australian show and in Australian cinemas – they’ve really picked up their game.
I’m trying hard to keep my Australian accent. My mom would disown me if I didn’t.
That’s how I am – I don’t like games, and I don’t beat around the bush.
I never thought I would be recording on any professional level, so to be doing a rockabilly, Motown, pop soundtrack in a L.A. studio was completely bizarre and amazing.
If I were to explore music, I’d want to just focus on that and make that my priority.
I didn’t really like anyone in my high school – not like that, anyway. I had a lot of guy friends but no one that I had feelings for.
I’d love to start doing some films and really kind of pursue acting as much as possible. That’s really where my main focus is.
There’s been certain opportunities that have arisen that would have been financially quite advantageous but, creatively, would have steered me away from my career plan.
If I’m in work mode and going to meetings, I’ll make an effort and dress up, but when I’m at home or just chilling, I’m in beanies and jeans and sneakers.
I personally want to come across as authentic and real. I don’t judge anyone.
My mum always reminds me to trust my instincts. If a project doesn’t feel right and doesn’t excite me, it’s likely it won’t help me to get to where I want to be.
‘The Fosters’ is such a fun show to shoot, and I always look forward to getting the new script because we keep pushing the boundaries.
I don’t want to be that girl hobbling around in heels, falling in snow.
I have a very clear idea of what kind of career I want and the choices I need to make to get there.
Everyone should be themselves, and everybody makes mistakes, and young people who have a platform like I have, I know people who have a much bigger platform who are much more influential, who have made mistakes and learnt from them and had to do that on a public stage.
I get on social media sometimes. I think it’s good to find a balance and to be able to put your phone down.