Natalie Dormer attends the premiere of Vertical Entertainment's ‘In Darkness' in Los Angeles, California. Lionel Hahn. TNS
Los Angeles: "Game of Thrones" actress Natalie Dormer believes in challenging herself with whatever she does.
"I've said it before, but I truly believe if you don't scare yourself a little bit, you'll never grow," said Dormer.
"Whether it's the roles I've played or marathons I've run, I challenge myself to get out of my comfort zone," added the actress, a global ambassador for innovative casual footwear brand Crocs, Inc.
She is a part of the brand's "Come As You Are" marketing campaign, along with award-winning actress, singer/songwriter and director Zooey Deschanel.
They are joined by Chinese actress, dancer and model Gina Jin, South Korean actress and Gugudan girl-band member Kim Se-Jeong, and Japanese actress and model Suzu Hirose for the year-long campaign.
"The message that the brand is sharing is so important to me," Dormer said.
They feature in a video encouraging consumers to declare that being yourself, being comfortable and looking stylish are not mutually exclusive.
"We are making a bold declaration that you can have both style and comfort no matter who you are or where your life takes you," said Terence Reilly, Chief Marketing Officer, Crocs.
Indo-Asian News Service
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