Daughter of Vladas Gedmintas Jr. (b. United States of America, of Lithuanian descent) and wife Gail C. Godsell (b. England, Great-Britain and Northern-Ireland).
Paternal granddaughter of Vladas Gedmintas and wife Aniceta Vaitiekus (b. Kretinga, Klaipeda County, Lithuania) (daughter of ... Vaitiekus and wife Justina Balseryte).
Maternal granddaughter of Geoffrey W. Godsell (son of William C. Godsell and wife Emily R. Turton) and wife Eileen N. B. Hancock (daughter of Frederick G. Hancock and wife Emily Cripps).
Personal Quotes (8)
I think trying to create intimacy on a set with a boom over your head can be a little embarrassing.
I can't quite warrant spending a month's rent on a pair of trousers!
I like to have fun on photo shoots.
I'm definitely an advocate of the classic always taking your make-up off at night and always moisturising. I'll have a go at anyone that tells me they don't moisturise!
When I'm going to events, I like Armani because I think they do a cross between my relaxed rocky feel and a really smart elegant look really well.
Glasgow is an incredibly creative and culturally vibrant place.
My name is Lithuanian. My father was born there, and he gave me a cool name. It's the Lithuanian national flower - looks like a weed, a little bit like me! - although in Spanish it means a 'route' or 'road,' and in Swedish it means 'square'. So, not quite so cool in those countries.
There are people in your past that you can't shake free from no matter how hard you tried. There's a certain process that you have to go through to say goodbye. That fire doesn't get extinguished. You have to put a gun to it.