Michelle Rodriguez believes in aliens.
The 'Battle: Los Angels' actress is fascinated by the possibility of life on other plants, and believes if other-worldly beings do exist, they are probably not as flawed as humans.
She said: "I believe in the possibility of Aliens. We only perceive four per cent of what exists - the other 96 per cent is a mystery to us and to science, so I'm just leaving room for options.
I can't picture or imagine any aliens being as primal and destructive as humans. Jim Cameron has captured in 'Avatar' and 'The Abyss' what I believe aliens will be like if they exist.
"I can't picture or imagine any Aliens being as primal and destructive as humans. Jim Cameron has captured in 'Avatar' and 'The Abyss' what I believe aliens will be like if they exist."
The 32-year-old brunette beauty also admitted she isn't afraid of death because working in a morgue when she was younger has made her more comfortable with the idea of mortality.
She told Live magazine: "I don't mind staring at dead bodies.
I worked in a morgue for a while, so I got used to it. People die; we've all got to go some day. It's no big deal."
Michelle - who was expelled from five schools when she was younger - credits her success to taking responsibility for her mistakes and admitted she gets frustrated by people who blame others.
She said: "The biggest thing that separates successful people from unsuccessful people is that they take responsibility for their actions.
"People will never be successful as long as they blame others. They say, 'It's their fault; it's the government's fault; they're putting me down.' Stop complaining.
"This is my message to young girls who were like me, 'It's all your fault, so confess, straighten up, own it and follow your joy."