I'm not a gamer. I've never played any games. I was more a books and games outdoors kind of a person, so I was extremely daunted when I got this job knowing the size of the fan base and the commitment of the fans to 'Halo.'
One of the hard things in my life has been balancing my education with my acting career, because I've been acting since the age of seven, on and off, just doing little parts and things. I've always been very keen to stay in school.
I took my archery lessons. It was really fun to learn something new.
The nice thing about student drama is that you're allowed to get things wrong, because it doesn't mean no one will ever hire you again.
I would not be allowed to be in the web series without playing 'Halo.' I'm awful, by the way. I'm much better at the live action version.
Some people manage to make that transition from child actor to adult actor seamlessly. But I felt that if I spent my whole life on a film set without taking a few years to do something else, all I would ever know about was film sets.