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Imogen Ludwin answered all your questions today on Twitter!

  • By Charlotte Parker
  • Wednesday, 25 February 2015

This morning, we met the wonderful and talented Imogen Ludwin - and not only that, but she took over our Twitter to be able to answer the questions of her fans!

The Hunger Games star took on the role of the interviewee in our studio here in London to be able to answer all your questions in the most personal style that a fan can get. The actress dished on a few personal things, goals and even her dream role not only from Tweets with the fans, but also a few from our in-office hang out.

We also got to hear what she has in store for her future and the things she absolutely would not do for a film.

Scroll down to read our whole interview with the lovely lady.

How would you describe yourself in five words?

Funny, smart, happy, enthusiastic, anxious.

How has your career changed since it started?

I've gotten way more confident in my work and being open about things.

If you could portray anyone - alive or dead - in a biopic, who would it be?

I'd LOVE to play Audrey Hepburn or Jackie O.

Who have you been influenced by in your career?

This is super cheesy, but my sister [Ava Ludwin], but also Toni Collette and just so many others!

What's the best memory you have from your first acting job?

Learning not to look at the camera. My defense, I was like 5.

I'd like to meet you; who's the person you'd like to meet?

Aw, I'd love to meet you too! But I'd love to meet Dame Helen Mirren!

Complete the following sentence: Happiness is… 

Chocolate covered bacon on ice cream. Or just breakfast! Pancakes forever.

What is your idea of the perfect date?

Having a good time, maybe cooking together or going for a long walk.

If you hadn't become an actor, what would you have done?

I have no idea, but maybe a teacher or writer.

What's your proudest accomplishment so far? 

Being able to actually use a bow and arrow, maybe. So hard but so much fun.

What determines your interest in a role?

The script, mostly! Or just the storyline, or storylines, in general.

If you could go back in time to give yourself one piece of advice, what would it be?

Don't listen to anyone, just listen to yourself. You own yourself, not them, so don't give up on that.

What's your favorite hobby?

Reading is my #1 favorite thing to do in my down time, but hiking is a close second.

Who is someone that you would love to work with?

I'd actually love to work with my sister eventually.

What is the best advice someone has given you so far?

Always look people in the eye while talking. It's respectful.

What made The Hunger Games stand out from other films?

I actually loved the book, and that made me want to audition.

Rituals you do on set or before getting into character?

For Katniss, I would go running beforehand. In general, playlists!

What development in your past has most shaped who you are now?

Doing what my heart told me instead of what others wanted me to do really helped me out, because I got to do what I wanted eventually instead of pleasing others.

Have you experienced actor's nightmares?

Usually I don't forget my lines, but I did smack myself a lot with that bow.

Do you have a favorite role you've done so far?

It's really a tie between so many, so I can't really pick!

One thing you absolutely don't leave your home without?

I never leave home without my iPad and a book.

Is there anything specific that made you take an interest in your field?

Coming back to it was easier because I knew I wanted to act, and be someone else. I saw how much fun it could be from being older at that point and being able to say that that was what I wanted to do, and not just be there for the cash.

What have you learnt from being in the industry so long?

I've learned to take care of myself and to go for what I wanted instead of waiting for it to come to me. That was much easier, because you can't always just wait for things to come to you and sometimes you just have to go for the gold and get what you want.

Would you be willing to change your appearance drastically for a film?

The most I have ever done for a role is dye my hair. I'm not going to lose a lot or put on a lot of weight because I have never seen the point of altering myself that much to fit someone else's idea of beauty or perfection.

How does your family take to your public persona?

I consider myself to fully be myself and I don't think I've actually changed that much in my life.

What advice would you give to someone looking to get into your field?

Never give up, never surrender yourself and never take "no" personally.

Your career is very varied now. Which project are you most happy with?

I'm so proud of all of the work that I've done

Thank you, Imogen, for the lovely and insightful interview!

I was so glad to be here! Thanks for the fun to you guys and the fans.

Don't forget to check out The Hunger Games; Mockingjay - Part 1 which is out now, and coming to Blu-Ray and DVD on 6 March 2015!

On Tuesday 17 February 2015, we wrote...

Exciting news: Imogen Ludwin will be here to answer YOUR questions using Glamour's official Twitter on Wednesday 25 February!

The Hunger Games star will be officially taking over @GlamourMagUK on Wednesday at 10:30am BST and we're going to give you, the fans, the chance to be the interviewer! Stay tuned for more details, or just look out for Imogen next week.

All you have to do is get on your Twitter, tweet your question to @GlamourMagUK and use the hashtag #GlamourImogen so that your question will be seen and can be answered! Remember to try and get them in early and tune in next Wednesday to see Imogen's answers.

The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 hits cinemas 20 November 2014.