Natalie Dormer is not worried about other people’s opinions. The English actress, known for her roles in The Tudors, Elementary and Game of Thrones says it doesn’t really matter what people’s thoughts are about her, as she thinks he way to survive in the TV and movie industry is not to worry about their opinions.
“I wouldn’t be upset about what people think of me.
“That’s rule number one of surviving in this industry; don’t care what people think.
“Just be true to yourself and be as pleasant and professional as you can.
“If you start caring what people think, you’re screwed.
The thirty three-year-old says getting older is what changed her views of thinking, she is now,
much more “comfortable” with who she is now than when she was a teenager.
“That’s the difference between being a 33-year-old woman and in your teens.
“You know who you are; you’ve gone through a lot to feel comfortable with who you are.
“Then for a while you pretend you don’t care, and you still do.
“I think your early 30s is a very empowering age for women, you get your priorities in the right order.”
Dormer also reveals she likes to be a good listener,
but can also be “devastatingly” funny.
She told Stylist magazine:
“I’m one of those people who doesn’t say something for months and then will say something devastatingly funny out of the blue.
“I’m more the listener. I’m quite an easy-going, fun person.”
More on Dormer, she is from Reading, Berkshire. She resided with her stepfather (a builder), mother, sister Samantha, and brother Mark and she was bullied a school.