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05-May-2016 11:49

The people she meets is what she loves most about acting – she name-checks Jason Statham and Rainn Wilson from co-stars.

But for a sensitive soul, acting is surely one of the worst career choices? "Of course you face a lot of rejection, you get passionate about projects that either don't go ahead or you don't get cast for, so the rejection side of things can take its toll.

To me, I hear badass and think super-unreliable, a bit hot-headed."where she carries an Uzi.

"I know, so gnarly," she says with a laugh."I always find it very curious that they always want to label the characters I play – and when I say 'they' I'm mean everybody, the studio, the PR – everyone is going 'So you're tough, you're the badass, you're this killing machine, you're an assassin, you're this, you're that.'"Then when they watch the films they're like, 'Oh, I guess you're not', because I play them a bit differently to that.

She trained at a range in LA used by the Secret Service, military and Olympic competitors."The kind of drive, determination and focus that you need to be able to be a good sniper is very different to other gun training," she says.Further, Alto Saxophonist in The Oxford Small Jazz Band performing in local restaurants, university functions and parties.Additionally various rock/jazz 5-6 piece groups in pubs and venues across London.I'm not particularly tough, I'm quite a sensitive soul."She says there's more substance to her character beyond the stunts, and says she'll accept "kickass" as a better, more empowering description.

She says her role carries many strengths in personal qualities, like the values behind hunting the hunters.

Hand cream aside, the 30-year-old former model and MTV presenter from Melbourne is carving out a neat resumé of kick-ass roles, with four action films on the way.