When she saw her role on the show, she immediately wanted to be there.
“It was a beautiful feeling to get the look on my face, because I’ve never met anyone so beautiful,” she told the Los Angeles Times.
“I don’t think I’m a good enough actress for anything, but I’m not afraid to be who I am and I’m very happy.”
But the actress had to make a decision.
“My first instinct was, ‘Do I do the show?’
“The moment that I walked into the room I just started crying,” she said. “
“And that’s the moment I felt like I had to do the game.” “
The moment that I walked into the room I just started crying,” she said.
“And that’s the moment I felt like I had to do the game.”
She said she had a difficult time making the decision, but that it was a necessary one.
“They’re a little bit more strict than they are in real life, but you can’t turn away from a person who has done something terrible,” she added.
“You can’t say, ‘I’m not going to play that character again.’
That’s the thing, if you have the courage to do that, then it’s really important.”
Patton says she doesn’t regret making the choice to leave.
“There’s nothing to regret about that,” she says.
The actress says the experience of being part of the cast in war has made her more confident in her acting abilities. “
If I did the show and I would have gone to any other country, I would be dead.”
The actress says the experience of being part of the cast in war has made her more confident in her acting abilities.
“For me, that’s my first line of defense,” she explains.
“Even if I do an acting school, I’m going to learn the same thing.
It’s just a part of me, to learn that I can play.”