Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Samantha Barks Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I grew up on a tiny little island.
I’ve found that musical theater is my passion.
It’s important to be able to keep things fresh, no matter what age you are, or how many years you’ve been in the industry.
I would love to have a varied career, like Hugh Jackman. He started in musical theater, then established himself in film, but he still does a lot of stage work. And he does it all beautifully.
When I was growing up in the Isle of Man with ambitions of being a performer, I really wanted to go to see a Broadway show.
It’s important to make your social life and your friends and family – make that a priority.
I think within what my job is, you always have to find a balance, because this job is also a life choice. You’re traveling about; your hours are all over the place. If you’re in a show, you’re out every night.
I like to scare myself and throw myself off the deep end.
There’s nothing like the buzz of live theater. You put it out there and receive an instant reaction: laughing, crying, yelling, applauding.
You don’t realize how much you miss it until you get back onstage and feel that buzz.
We all have an escape. Mine was theater.
If I wasn’t performing, I wasn’t alive. That’s the truth. My parents had absolutely no interest in the business, but they knew it made me happy, so they said ‘Go for it, girl!’
I absolutely love my fans, and I get to chat to them a lot on Twitter, and that’s why I think Twitter is really great. They call themselves ‘The Sprouts’ and they are really, really wonderful, so passionate, and they make me smile.
I’ve looked after my money. As I started working around my third birthday, my first check went straight to the bank.
I’ve always loved music and loved recording.
I can’t comprehend that I’m in the film of ‘Les Miserables.’ It’s one of those dreams I thought would be unattainable for someone like me, who came from nowhere.
I began with dance, doing ballet at 3, then tap, jazz, modern. Then I sang in church choirs, learned how to play clarinet and drums, sang with rock bands and only then did I get into musical theatre.
I want to make smart choices.
I’m a vegetarian and have been since I was about four because I struggled to separate the idea of the animal from the food.
I just sing the songs that people don’t expect you to sing, because I just love having fun at karaoke and I’m always a bit nervous to sing something serious.
I’d love to be a ‘Bond’ girl.
I love singing some Johnny Cash, which is interesting because it’s in a guy’s key; I love singing Elvis Presley.
I’m pretty fit, and I do home workouts or yoga.
I’ve always been a positive, optimistic person who loves life, and I’ve got a lot to be positive about.
When I was a 7-year-old girl, in my bedroom, on my karaoke machine, I would sing ‘On My Own’ or do a one-woman version of ‘Les Miserables.’
I grew up on such a small island, and professional theater seemed so far away. I never, ever thought I’d get so lucky to be appearing in movies.
The red carpet is kind of a surreal experience. There’s nothing normal about it, so for me the most important thing is to maintain some normality right until the point you get out of the car.
Life is all about balance. My work is very important to me, but so are my relationships. I make time for that aspect of my life, and it makes me happy having balance in my life.
I like to walk around Central Park and take in the vibe, have a picnic if the weather is good, and people-watch.
I’m always at my fittest when I’m doing a show – even when you’re not on stage, you are running around backstage doing quick changes.