For the general public or psychos on Facebook, for everyone who's made one negative comment about me, I've probably gotten 250-300 positive comments.
I've always been motivated more by negative comments than by positive ones. I know what I do well. Tell me what I don't do well.
I am so much like my mother. When we're in a room together everybody always comments on how spooky it is. I would say I get most of the musicality from my mum - and my dad, but I think my dad is the poet, you know.
My social media is very strict to my character and I've disabled comments on a lot of things because why would the Aleister Black character care about comments?
The biggest critics are in the comments online. People are so judgmental of me. It's like, 'Why is she wearing this?' or 'Why isn't she wearing that?' or 'Why does she talk like that?' That's the worst because they're judging for no reason.
There are times that I see comments on Instagram and Twitter - if you are bashing my character on television, that is fine. I am totally cool with that. I'm a bad guy for a reason. You are supposed to hate me, but when you disrespect me or my work or myself as a character as me personally, that is not okay.
YouTube is covered in comments that would be better expressed - and better spelled - via a simple thumbs-up or down.
When I was a kid, there was teasing in school. Then when I was a teenager on 'Days of Our Lives,' I certainly experienced hurtful comments from 'fans' of the show.
I don't really read reviews and comments that much. There just isn't a lot to be gained from it.
Top Gear' is a huge brand. We were always going to come across negative comments.