My origin 

What makes me who I am is my childhood. Child acting, which I started at the age of three, is very important to me and has shaped the way I see the world. The act of “acting” was the very act of “becoming someone as it is”. In the same way that children often become TV heroes, I became someone in the script. It was a very natural thing for me to do. I spent a lot of time doing that until I quit that job when I was 16 or 17. Many times in my life I was someone or something other than myself. In adolescence I searched within myself for my identity. But I couldn’t find it in me. Because I was much someone or something other than myself, and it was outside of me. I explore my outer world to know myself. But it is also inside me.