Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Natasha Little Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I was told it might be quite difficult to conceive, so it really was a great blessing when my pregnancy suddenly happened. I had been diagnosed years ago with polycystic ovarian syndrome, which can affect your fertility – but luckily, in my case, it didn’t.
I’m guilty of it myself, sort of thinking, ‘Classic novels: snoozeville.’ But there is a huge amount of wonderful material.
I really like working, the opportunity to work with good people and to play interesting parts.
Getting older doesn’t bother me. When I was 30, I thought I should have achieved more, but you get more comfortable and think it’s time to stop putting pressure on yourself.
Period drama is such a huge umbrella term: it seems to cover everything from Claudius to something from the 1920s.
By the time I was 10, I had lived in 11 different countries.
I’ve never, ever done a piece of work – and can’t imagine doing a piece of work – when I’ve thought, ‘I was pretty perfect in that.’
Acting was a slow-burn thing. I found it was something I really, really liked doing, but it wasn’t until my third year at drama school that I actually thought, ‘Oh, right, I’m trained for this now; I’d better see if I can do it.’
It’s funny landing parts now where I’m somebody’s mum. I remember the first time I was asked to play a mum. I was easily old enough, but because I didn’t have any children, I thought, ‘That seems really grown-up.’
Having my own family has made me realise there’s more to life than chasing the next job.
I wouldn’t feel comfortable talking to someone I didn’t know very well and, beyond that person, a readership of X millions, about things I think are private.
I’ve been very fortunate.
I love rehearsing; it’s the best part of the job.
I know it sounds ridiculous, but I haven’t quite got over the miracle that you plant things, and they do sprout up.
‘Pride And Prejudice’ takes place in a similar period to ‘Vanity Fair,’ and yet there’s a huge difference between Jane Austen and Thackeray.
It might be quite boring if you did something and thought it was perfect.
Being an actor does make you aware of your age.
My family weren’t actors, and we didn’t know any actors. It wasn’t even something I was aware you could do as a job. I thought you had to be a Redgrave or a Barrymore before you were allowed to go to drama school.
I’m not cool at all. I’m the least cool person I know.
I have this sense of humour which is about as sophisticated as a seven-year-old schoolboy. I get very overexcited and silly.
I love acting. It’s what I do, not what I am.
I know some people are really comfortable with talking about their feelings and hopes and fears in public, but I’m not, and I don’t think it’s that extraordinary.