Quotes by: Katee Sackhoff
I think that what made people accept Starbuck as a woman was that she was just such an interesting character. I think that once people put their guard down and their preconceived notions of what the show is supposed to be and just allowed it to really be good science fiction.
I read YA novels constantly, so I really want to be in a young adult rom-com, but I worry that I'm aging into the parent role, which is a little scary.
The sad thing is, I never wanted to be Princess Leia - I always wanted to be Han Solo!
We all wake up, and I'm sure at some point during the day we all have very similar thoughts regardless of our circumstances and where we are in the world.
I'm kind of used to being around guys on set, and I grew up with a brother who treated me like I was a boy.
It's things I wouldn't normally do in my real life, so when I go to work and get to beat people up and shoot guns and get waterboarded, those are things I find completely interesting.
I'm more of a thriller-horror fan - things that could really happen. I don't like scary movies, the 'Saw' movies scare the crap out of me - I think I've seen two of them and I wanted to go crawl in a hole.
I'll work out with my trainer twice a week, and I'll do some Power Pilates and might throw in some yoga. I love to row also. The main thing for me is just to move every single day for 30 minutes to an hour.
It's kind of nice to play somebody that isn't psychotic or half-machine or dead or dying or on a spaceship somewhere.
Some of the craziest people I've met, in my life, are some of the most brilliant people I've met.
I was addicted to the original 'Star Trek' when I was growing up, because of my dad. We grew up in St. Helens, Oregon and we weren't allowed to watch a lot of TV.
I don't think I've ever been haunted by a ghost, but I always joke with my fiance about the house we're living in right now. It seems to have something in it.
We leave TVs on in our house. I listen to my record player constantly to just hear music. I'm really intrigued by this idea of solitude.
I grew up as a fan of comic books, and I've been reading them for so long that I've never felt an affinity toward just one.
I've always said that I'll know when I've gone too far because I won't be able to sit down and watch it with my father.
I've got my Peabody and my Saturn awards right next to each other on my mantle, and that is about it, and that is all that matters.
Michael Hogan is an absolutely brilliant actor, so anytime I get to work with someone of that caliber, I get excited.
The first movie my dad ever showed me was 'Predator' - I was five. And I think the second one was 'Jaws.'
It's crazy: when it's raining, it makes no sense to me that people drive 10 miles an hour faster than they normally would, but then the other thing that makes no sense is when people drive 30 miles an hour slower than normal.