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"It's part of the costume that you put on," she says of the transformation."For me, I can't do it enough or put in enough work."I can't even begin to imagine what (Maud) was going through, but we've all felt pain, we're all human, we know what it is to feel alone and different."But that's why human beings are wonderful and forever inspiring," she adds. Life is hard, whatever you are, whoever you are, and that's part of it." As for her own life, Hawkins keeps details close to her chest.Initially, she intended to establish a career as a comedian but decided she was best-suited to a career in acting.Her acting experience is extensive as she has played roles on the stage, on the television, in movies, and on the radio.if I ever became one, if I do find myself in that kind of position when I no longer have privacy or find it difficult in that way, then I would probably have to think about doing something else," she concludes.
"It's something we all know - how important it is for your heart and soul to be free in order to do what makes you happy, whatever the sacrifice." Hailing from a creative background (her parents were authors and illustrators of children's books), Hawkins beams as she recalls the time she spent replicating a number of Maud's favourite works.You would expect someone of Sally Hawkins's stature to be up-to-date with awards season gossip - but my news of her being tipped for Oscar success next year has come as quite a surprise. "I tend to try and avoid (reviews) because inevitably it's not healthy either way, good or bad." The stellar performance that has sent the rumour mill into overdrive is, of course, Hawkins's upcoming portrayal of Canadian folk artist Maud Lewis, in Aisling Walsh's tear-jerking biopic Maudie.Tipped for the Best Actress gong, the London-born star - who was previously nominated for an Academy Award for her part in Woody Allen's Blue Jasmine - excels in the film that charts the unlikely romance between Lewis and curmudgeonly recluse Everett (played by the remarkable Ethan Hawke).It always feels like I don't do enough, you always want to do more, because you're creating a real-life person but without imitation."You never really know if what you're doing is OK," she confides.