I moved away when I was young, when I was about 19. I'd literally come from an area with dirt roads and stuff like that, right to the centre of a city of about five million people. It's been great. I'm based in New York, and every day, it's amazing.
You're always just trying to create opportunities and be ready when those opportunities present themselves. I can't look at anybody and think 'I want to be Damian Lewis' - I'd be setting myself up for failure.
Cable is a great medium. It's something I respond to. I'm not doing sitcoms. People don't find me funny. That's just the way it is.
Cardio is boring for me, so running outside helps to keep me going.
Charlotte is a very interesting place - I'm Canadian, but I've lived in Toronto, Vancouver, and I've been living here in L.A. for years.
I grew up in Nova Scotia, so there weren't a whole lot of rules.
I'm from a very, very rural place. There's really nobody out there, just roads and farms.
I'm going for that Mark Wahlberg look. Strong and confident.
I'm so happy with 'The Blacklist.' Give me more people to shoot and throw them off buildings.
Luckily, I had that experience on 'Homeland,' to work with these unreal people who are unbelievably talented, great actors.
You put on the military outfit, and it definitely tightens everything up and makes you stand up straighter.
I can't tell you how good it is to go from 'Homeland' to be lucky enough to find 'The Blacklist' at the right time. It literally came at the very end of pilot season when I thought there was nothing left.
I got two older brothers and two younger sisters, and we grew up in the country, and we were a little feral. So as long as the car didn't end up in the rhubarb and you didn't get caught for doing whatever you were doing, you were fine.
I grew up playing hockey and baseball, so I wish I had time to get back into it, but living in L.A. and North Carolina, you have to take advantage of the golf.
I grew up working on farms. You'd do anything for money. You'd pick blueberries in the summertime for weeks; you'd cut down, like, spruce and fir trees for pulp.
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