My family took me to church when I was like 4 years old, and I had to be in a pageant, and I was playing Jesus.
I think what's most fun is playing someone who's sort of selfish and in a lot of ways unlikeable, but there's this really big heart underneath it that you get little glimpses of.
I love being around cool, fun guys, so I've always enjoyed talking to gay men. Maybe it's because I'm an inherent flirt, but it just feels very natural.
I grew up around a lot of feminine energy.
Chemistry's a funny thing. It can be instantaneous, but it helps when you know someone.
I graduated from Brown in 2001, moved to New York, and spent a year and a half just looking up 'Backstage' magazine auditions and grinding.
It's funny how when your kids get sick, they get even cuter when they have a stuffed nose and they mouth breathe.
My wife likes the hockey smell because it's the smell of a warrior.
Teasing was big in my family, and there is a wonderful way to tease and make people feel more loved.
The first movie that made me cry was 'Dead Poets Society.' That one gets me. 'O Captain! My Captain!' That moment kills me.
I have straight married friends that other friends think are gay, and I have gay friends who don't throw that vibe at all. I know there's a full range out there, but I feel that gay men who aren't flamboyant are underrepresented on-screen.
I love tennis. I've played it my whole life. Loved it since the age of three. I had an injury, so from the age of 13 to 24 I didn't play much. Then when I moved out to L.A., there were so many tennis courts that I rekindled the love.
I'd play the same character for ten years if the words and the moments that I'm playing are authentic.
That's what I like about acting. You don't know where you'll be in year.
Hockey on roller skates is like MMA in a bounce house: the elements are there, but the medium makes the whole thing ridiculous.
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