The one thing about being a parent is the ability to be selfless: To give up the things you want and need for the benefit of someone else.
My first job was at an amusement park in Virginia. It was the worst. I loved the park but once I'd worked there all the magic was gone from it. It just turned into a place I hated and I've never been there since.
I've always had the hair of Lionel Ritchie since I was a boy, but the mullet sadly is a hairpiece. My wife won't let me rock that hairstyle.
It's awesome to see something like 'Inception', which is just mind-blowing and amazing, and it actually resonates with the audiences. I feel like that's rare.
So I just came out here to Los Angeles with a bunch of buddies I had gone to film school with. You know, for better or worse, we just tried to slug it out here.
Confidence and a good sense of humor can usually win a chick over.
When I met David Green at film school he always used to offer free haircuts - he was kind of an artisan. In a lot of our films, he's constantly trying to give me weird looks.
I always get forwarded these weird pictures of people getting Kenny Powers tattoos. That's probably the craziest thing I've ever seen: Somebody will ink my face on their body for eternity.
You know, a lot of those angry sort of Southern man characters that I've been doing are based on different people I might've had as, like, a soccer coach or as a teacher.
I had a classic gym teacher in junior high who wore a weightlifter's belt all the time.
In my gym class, we had something called The Pit, this little alcove where we had to sit if we forgot our gym clothes. It was usually just the crippled kid, the pregnant girl, and me. It was pretty awkward, just hanging with all these freaks who didn't want to show their legs.
The dynamics are pretty much the same among me and my friends as they were when I was 18 years old.
And I'm a pretty avid photographer, I've been into photography for years now, so I try to spend some of my free time with that.
As an actor, you don't want to be typecast, because Hollywood is so quick to put you in things that you've succeeded in before.
On a human level, people want to see someone succeed who wants to change.
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