Quotes by: Katee Sackhoff
I had a stalker break into my house a couple times. They didn't leave any fingerprints or take anything - I was being followed.
'Longmire' is an incredibly hard shooting schedule because the locations are usually an hour away every morning, and I come home every weekend. I fly back to L.A. for about 26 hours a weekend, just to touch base back at home. It's a lot of work. It's four really intense months.
As an actor, you put yourself out there. You put yourself in the arena as an easy target.
In some weird, warped way, I'm actually convinced that if I got mugged, I could probably take out the guy.
With a first season, you never really know how viewers or the network are going to react to a show.
I fought for a long time on 'Battlestar' to let my hair grow out. It was very frustrating because every single person on the show was changing their hair. It was not fair.
My goal is to make people feel passionately, if it's negative or positive, I did my job.
I am tired of women playing action heroes like men, because they are not men. But sometimes they are written like men.
It's interesting: I've been doing this since I was 17, and it's kind of weird to see yourself grow up on television.
There's a darkness to Riddick that I think allows people to want him to do bad things because you know Riddick is going to do bad things: that's just the way it is. But I think that at his core, who he is and what he's fighting for is something that everybody can identify with.
I grew up watching science fiction and action movies. I love it. I absolutely love it!
I've never really had the opportunity to play something that's a complete departure from me yet.
People associate girls with long blonde hair with the girls in 'Clueless' or 'Legally Blonde.' You can't be smart and educated and have an opinion because you are supposed to be stupid.
I personally have not spoken to Marvel and have no plans to do a movie in the immediate future because, number one, I'm tied up with 'Somnia,' which is a fantastic place to be. It's exactly where I wanted to be.
Somebody can't complain when they enjoy going to work and enjoy the people they work with.
'Battlestar' was 22 episodes - 9 to 10 months a year - and we were exhausted. You finish shooting, and the last thing you want to do is go back to work. You want those 3 months off because you're tired - it's a grueling shooting schedule.
Seth Green, he and I are trying to figure out how this all came about. Because we don't remember what came first, the chicken or the egg, no pun intended. But I don't remember what came first, 'Robot Chicken' or our friendship, because we've known each other for so long.
When I was younger, it was like, 'Yay, lesbians love me!' I didn't know there was a responsibility that came with it.
I absolutely have not spoken to Marvel. It doesn't mean that my team hasn't spoken to Marvel.