[when asked how being in prison has changed her angry and aggressive "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" and "Angel" character, Faith:] "How would prison change anyone? There was something about the fact that she's a Slayer, so she wouldn't really be there unless she wanted to be because she's got superhuman strength. She could have busted out of that joint if she really wanted to, but she and Angel developed this relationship. He was leading her down the road to redemption, kind of facing the things she's done and recovering from that and hopefully being a better her. She's been in there, doing the time, thinking. She's still a tough girl, but she really has to suppress her demons a little more. In these past few ["Angel"] shows, that's what we're seeing -- her teetering on the line between the old her and the new her." [Buffalo News, March 17, 2003]
"I love leather and it's great to be a bad girl at times. But there is a time and place for everything. When I'm with Grandma it's flowers, and when I'm out on the town scoping guys, you know..."
"There are a lot of actresses out there who are the girl next door. I relate more to characters who have an edge."
"You know, I really am probably one of the sweetest, most sensitive people you'll ever meet."