Actress Elisabeth Moss feels she has a strong personality and says she is good at "fighting back". In an interview with OK! Magazine, the 37-year-old actress shared that she is thankful, her parents always taught her to believe in herself, reports femalefirst.co.uk.
She said: "I was raised to believe in myself. I was raised to believe that I should have a voice and that I have a place. I was raised to believe that my voice is as important and relevant as anyone else's."
Fighting Back When Needed
"In a way, I suppose I'm good at fighting back if I need to. I think you always find strength physically and mentally when you need it," she added.
Asked what she is scared of, she said: "Speaking publicly, especially at big events. Silence frightens me too. I'm a city girl, so I'm not used to silence. I would be terrified if you put me in a country home by myself, surrounded by woods and silence. And water, I'm afraid of deep water."
Tolerance To Dark Material
"Also, something you can't see - an invisible presence or an invisible threat is terrifying because you're just powerless. I could go on and on," she said. One thing that doesn't scare Moss is horror films.
She said, "I have a very high tolerance for dark material and am not easily frightened. I love horror. I love scary movies. I always have, ever since I was little. When I was 11 or 12, me and my friends from ballet school used to have sleepovers. We would watch all the scary movies - It, Poltergeist, Halloween, Nightmare on Elm Street and The Shining. I guess I've never been too afraid to watch them."