Quotes by: Maisie Williams
Williams at the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con
||Margaret Constance Williams
15 April 1997
Bristol, England, UK
Doing the sword fighting is like picking up a dance routine... I think dancing really helps with the picking up of it.
Sometimes I wish I was more comfortable just saying what I thought and getting my point across.
I can't ever see myself playing the romantic lead because that's not me; I'm not that girl.
17 is the weirdest age, because you can't figure out if you want to grow up or be a child.
I'm sorry; I ruin people's interviews because I just talk about rubbish.
Before I was born, my mom and my dad, they used to rescue dogs, so at one point, they had 13 dogs. And they were all from different litters. It wasn't like they were bred. They were all from different people. And they were all different ages. When I grew up at my dad's house, I think we had seven at one point.
Going out is the typical thing when you turn 18, but it's not really much fun when you have a recognisable face.
I'd much rather be liked because people realize that I'm standing up for myself.
Someone once told me that if you respect a person, listen to their opinion. And if you do not respect someone, then do not listen to their opinion. And that works both ways.
I just think something about being in front of a live audience when you've finished a big dance that you've been working on for so long - I don't think anything can really beat that.
I'm a little bit awkward on Twitter; like, I'm never really sure what to say.
If you're having a down time at school and people are bullying you, they don't know you. They don't have the right to have an opinion on you.
I stress out so much about the red carpet and interviews and pictures, and, you know, not getting my skirt tucked in my knickers.
For every three scripts that you get through, one will be made, and that doesn't even necessarily mean that they're going to cast you in it.
I'm used to being part of 'Game of Thrones' and going into something where you're a small part of something else. You don't want to hold anything up because they've got such a well-oiled machine going.
Boys can just wear a suit on the red carpet and that's fine, but for girls it's all about the way you look, and there are constant comparisons.
As soon as someone finds out something you're insecure about or that bothers you, they will use that against you, which is awful.
It's helpful to have a handbag that's a bit crazy, or shoes that have kiwis on them or something, because it distracts.
I think people think I'm a lot younger than I am because of how I look on screen.
I'm so excited to be working on 'Doctor Who,' as it's such a big and important part of British culture.
People throw insults at you, and sometimes they hit a nerve - and it's about not showing that, because they will pick on that. Don't feed the trolls!