About Colleen Haskell:
Colleen Marie Haskell is a former American reality show contestant, television producer, and actress. She was a contestant on the first season of the American reality show Survivor in 2000.
Comic timing... is how to have a relationship with the camera and deal with the camera without looking like you are.
The worst part was waiting around. Sometimes you are ready at 9 a.m. and you don't start until the afternoon. Occupying your time while you wait is the hardest part of the movie.
Comedy is so fun. I don't know how these people can make movies and work on them for four months and they're these sob stories. I don't know how emotionally you get through that.
I love graphic design. I love working with design, and I love storytelling, so I've been working on a children's book for a while, and I'd like to see that through.
I don't know if I'm going to do any more acting. It's a great job, you know? Make a movie? Why not?
I wish I knew what was next. I got this movie without planning to. I'm really excited to be continuing in film because it's a great job but I have my portfolio and resume for any other opportunity.
I just saw Memento. It's very, very good. I watch a lot of French films.
It's weird when people come up to me and know stuff about my life. That sort of creeps me out.
After Survivor, I was driving across country and moving to San Francisco, going to get a job interning at an ad agency. And then they asked me to read for this movie.
I'm going to Malaysia to try and win a million dollars... how exciting is that?
I don't think I've found the perfect job for me, but I know what I like, so that's halfway there, right?
I guess when somebody offers you a movie, you don't say no. That's what I've learned.
I still don't consider myself as going Hollywood. I did a movie because the opportunity presented itself and it was fun. When everything stops being fun, I'll go onto something else.
I was on a game show and now I'm the game show girl who got a movie. That's how I consider myself.
I went camping for 33 days, and now everybody seems to care.
This is a job and Survivor is a game show. So, this is something to take seriously and work really hard at.