My dad is a pilot so I think I was born with the travel bug.
I lived for a couple of years when I was 9 years old on beautiful Aboriginal sacred land in a town of a thousand people in northwestern Australia. It's where the Aborigines are still very connected to their culture, the Dreamtime culture. It was really quite a special experience.
I was a barefoot earth child for a couple of years.
I've always been quiet, more of an observer.
I need to travel - I crave the power of the ocean and the trees give me so much energy to think.
There's no point in dwelling on rejection. Isabel Luca
I grew up being very interested in Greek mythology because my mum read to my sister and I.
My best friend was Aboriginal.
I grew up being very interested in Greek mythology because my mum read to my sister and I. Isabel Luca
Mom spoke to us in Swiss when we were little. Isabel L
I can't pick a favorite animal; I love so many! But I guess if I have to choose, I pick bees! There's this brilliant documentary called 'Queen of the Sun: What Are the Bees Telling Us?' I think it's important for people to be educated about bees - they pollinate almost all the food we eat. They are
Acting kind of chose me.
I find it tricky to make plans. Isabel L
I'm a fatalist. I believe things happen for a reason, that you attract people and situations that are meant to fulfil your path.
My first audition was the worst I have ever done, ever. Isabel Luca
I grew up partially in Switzerland but mostly in Australia. I lived in Kakadu for a short time - it's an Aboriginal community. My best friend growing up was Aboriginal. She taught me so much.
I've always been quiet, more of an observer. Isabel L
I have a lot of vintage, so my style is pretty eclectic of different time periods and styles. I would describe it as comfortable, creative, and vintage.
Mom worked with autistic children.
I've spent months living in Africa and India. So it's not like I was sheltered when I started living in America. But my family laughed when they heard I was going to be in 'Transformers.' I learned a lot and got to experience Michael Bay's mayhem. It was a very colorful experience.
I go by intuition. Work-wise, that means asking myself if a role will push me outside my comfort zone, challenge me to learn something new.
I don't think it's unusual to spend time with your castmate.
Mom worked with autistic children. Isabel Luca
I'm really drawn to European films.
Iâ€™ve always been quiet, more of an observer.
Change, of course, is growth, and anything that is not growing is either paralysed or it's not alive, because that's life; we always change and we grow.
I eat lots of veggies and pasta and nuts, tofu and soups. Works well for my body, and I also feel more in tune.
When I was 7, I went to school in Switzerland because everyone on my mom's side of the family lives there. Then we were back in Australia, in Queensland. That's where we had the chance to have lots of different animals. I spent a lot of time living in nature and building cubby houses in big old tree
Mom spoke to us in Swiss when we were little.
I grew up around animals [seven horses, dogs and now a pet goldfish named Leila] and I'm rebelling against them not having a natural existence.