Rachelle Lefevre quotes:

  • I volunteer with School on Wheels in Los Angeles, and I also tutor with Koreh L.A.

  • The thing I love about vampires that I find so fascinating is that, unlike other sci-fi creations, they aren't monsters from the get-go, they're human beings first... and so what kind of human you are would dictate what kind of vampire you would be.

  • I go to various boot camps 4-5 times a week, and I try to get some Pilates in there to thin and tone.

  • I came from Canada, where it's freezing cold for seven months out of the year.

  • I drink tons of water. It always sounds like the lamest thing, but there's a reason you keep hearing this over and over again. It really works.

  • Dating and getting attention from boys was something that came later to me.

  • There is no substitute for a real location when you're trying to shoot the jungle. You can't just go anywhere. You've got to go where it's lush and green and there really is those mountain ranges, the trees and the ocean.

  • I go to various boot camps 4-5 times a week, and I try to get some Pilates in there to thin and tone."

  • Twilight''s got some avid - and rabid - fans.

  • In Hawaii, they're happy to hear that you're filming a show. They love it that people actually come and make use of their beautiful landscapes.

  • Hawaii is absolutely beautiful.

  • I feel like there's different kinds of evil and there's different kinds of villains, and as much as I would like to be dark and playing with knives... it's not me and it's not my look.

  • I am tone deaf.

  • I went to McGill University, but I didn't graduate. They won't graduate me because I didn't have a degree in any one thing. I studied everything and they were like, "You studied too many things, so we can't give you a degree."

  • A lot of our lives are about being polite.

  • For me, playing a vampire isn't about the fact that they're a vampire, it's about who they are specifically.

  • I can't play a character that I am judging.

  • I go to a lot of museums, I read a ton of poetry - anything that's a creative expression of oneself, I find really inspiring.

  • I like stepping out of my comfort zone.

  • I try to be really, really specific, because each character is really an individual and you have to find out what makes them unique.

  • I'm a workaholic because I love to play, if that makes sense.

  • I'm always a little skeptical when I hear people promoting a film and they say it has something for everyone.

  • I'm always looking to do things that are really different from each other.

  • I'm interested in everything about what it means to be a human being, so every role is an excuse to delve into a different way of life, a different socio-economic background, and a different tragic or comedic circumstance.

  • I'm just basically a workaholic.

  • I'm obsessed with being human.

  • I'm the one with the wicked curve ball.

  • Most actors will tell you that it takes a while to figure out what you want to be because we just want to do everything we see on TV and don't know that 'actor' is a job yet.

  • My awkward stage extended well into high school.

  • My hair walks into a room before I do.

  • The idea of somebody being a fan of something I can totally understand. The idea of being followed around by cameras or people taking pictures of you eating a hamburger, I kind of have trouble even imaging it.

  • With any character, I try to focus more on who the character is and how they got to be who they are.

  • You only know who you think you are. You sort of feel like you could change at any minute.