We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Claudia Jessie Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
The Internet is a great communication tool, but just like anything, there can be negative aspects.
On paper I’m incredibly annoying.
I think I’m probably far too emotional, which is good as actress but not so flash for a police officer.
I’d be a rubbish policewoman in real life.
I do wear prescription glasses off screen, though I didn’t wear them to any of the auditions until the read-through.
In Vanity Fair, everyone messes up.
I was filming ‘Father Brown’ when my agent told me about the audition. As soon as I heard the words ‘Line of Duty,’ I was so excited.
I moved to London to get an agent, though that took a while – everyone said no, understandably.
There’s not one person that hasn’t felt like they’ve been on the outside looking in and going, ‘What the hell is that?’
Art is supposed to change and grow and accord with the times. It seems perfect to me that we have a period drama with a core of modern times.
I think we’re becoming a bit less attached to consumerism.
None of us knows what a good or bad person is. In real life we’re all brilliant and a bit rubbish.
Each day I’m trying to figure out how I can be more courageous, kinder and compassionate.
I’ve chopped off a good chunk of my hair and gone darker and I look a bit older.
But when I got into my teens, I didn’t have money. And then, getting into my early 20s, I still didn’t have money. And charity shops would be a great place for me to get cheap clothes.
Birmingham has managed to keep that warmth, and it has the friendliest people. I can’t see why I would want to leave.
We’ve seen Shakespeare done a billion times to make it seem relevant today. We love period dramas. We love to long for a time gone by.
The idea of marriage and children isn’t at the front of my mind.
I was obsessed with vintage stuff, I was obsessed with sort of the old lady floral patterns and like Paisley stuff.
I didn’t get etiquette classes, which is a shame because someone like me needs them.
I feel like Bridgerton is the way that I get to reach out to people.
Comedy makes things believable. Because if there’s anything we all know, it’s how to make fun of ourselves, and to make fun of situations to make them a bit easier.
Usually on jobs I’m quite philosophical and think ‘The right girl gets the part and everything is meant to be.’
My family were so poor. My mum would clean houses to maybe get me to a ballet class, bless her.
I’m terrible at taking breaks.
I’m not very attached to my phone and am naturally quite an introvert – and I’m OK with that.
We didn’t have much money growing up and charity shops were the most reasonable option, I think. But my mum’s always recycled, reused, restored and repaired.
It’s difficult being young; but holding on to a sense of identity is really important in life.
I’ve been doing a lot of children’s dramas, but I really wanted to move into more gritty stuff.
Maybe people who aren’t too interested in period pieces will be now because ‘Bridgerton’ is so contemporary, so modern.
Eloise is obsessed with Lady Whistledown, and she is a worthy opponent to try and find her. But, I reckon, more than half of the obsession is the fact that for her, Lady Whistledown is an expression of the potential for freedom that Eloise talks about so avidly.
After my audition for ‘Bridgerton,’ I put it out there to the universe, and I bought the book. I was like, ‘Right. If I commit, then I’ll get the job.’ And it worked.
I’m vegan, Buddhist, minimalist, an actor. I’m very friendly, though. If I wasn’t I think it would be easier to be, like, ‘You’re a bit of a knob.’