Idealism loses to pragmatism when it comes to winning elections.
I really want my career to be as an actor-writer-director-producer, you know? I don't know what will be stronger than the other.
I studied voice for about two years with an amazing coach, and I never rose above the level of mediocre.
I've found that sitting around and obsessing about projects moving forward, when there's actually nothing I can do about it, at a certain point, is really counter-productive.
I think I've had my fill of electoral law.
I was a volleyball player as a kid. I played volleyball all the time.
I love the idea of a movie hero in a thriller who is able to get ahead by just his brilliance, and not with a gun or by being an action hero.
I think there are a lot more writers who are actors than you know; they just don't have roles on famous TV shows that you recognize.
I took a lot of writing courses.
I was alone a lot as a kid, because my parents were divorced.
I don't think there is anything more bitter in American politics than a close election.
I don't use my writing career as a vehicle to get me acting work or to write roles for myself.
I have absolutely no musical talent of my own!
I wouldn't say I'm a political junkie. I follow it. I read a few articles every day.
My goal isn't so much genre, or fact-based or not fact-based. I just want to work on projects that I think could be great.
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