I know how to waltz because I used to teach ballroom dancing when I was in high school.
Putting on weight for me is really, really hard. If I stop lifting, or if I stop eating, I get skinny really quick.
I do like to just have football on, so I will TiVo, like, three or four games for the weekend, and I'll just turn it on when there's no live football on, just to have the background noise.
Talk about songs that make me cry: Track 7 on the 'Phineas and Ferb' soundtrack, 'Summer (Where Do We Begin?).' When you get to the part about sitting with your brother underneath the shade of a big tree in the backyard, ohmygod. Turn on the waterworks.
My wife forever has made fun of my Yanni CD that I had in college.
I taught at a cotillion. I was one of the teenage helpers when I was in high school. But we're talking very basic.
You know, 'Jake 2.0' had some funny things in it; I mean, I needed my sense of humor to do that part.
I do abs every day: regular, weighted crunches and sit-ups every other day, then my obliques and my sides on the alternating day. So I'm working my core every day.
I have to say that the most important thing Scientology has given me is the ability to keep my integrity together.
I love acting and really taking on another person, another life.
My dirty little secret is that I hate running. I don't like cardio. I also really like food, and all kinds of food - bread, chocolate, all of the yummy stuff. I up my cardio quite a bit and I start cutting out carbs, sugar, and salt just to try to get as lean as I can.
One of the first times I came to New York was for a modeling and talent competition, IMTA, which I won. I came with a group, like a modeling school from Fresno.
To give you an idea about how old I'm getting, we had some family living in Texas for a while, and we went to the Texas museum at the University of Texas in Austin, and they had this whole Texas Instruments section, and my Speak & Spell was an exhibit in the museum.
When you're directing, you see your ideas. You see them created right in front of you on the monitor and the sound stage. You get that experience all over again when you get into the editing room and you start playing with it.
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