I was working in Chicago, in theater and in commercials and anything that anybody would let me do. When I moved to L.A., I had made a choice to be a character actor, meaning that I wanted to become somebody else. That's what attracted me to becoming an actor in the first place.
I identify more as a musician than as a singer, because I play piano and percussion, and I engineer and produce everything that I do.
I want to see what technology's going to be like in a few hundred years, if the human race hasn't completely obliterated itself by then.
I've always done the safest thing, which is to assume that it's going to feel like that, to assume that you're going to feel like a freshman in a group of seniors - if you expect the worst, then it's never going to be that bad.
I can't watch 'Glee' because I get so jealous that I'm not there with them doing it that I can't even watch.
I know that you have to be reserved about certain things in your life.
It's ridiculous that people aren't allowed to love who they love, have families, and have the same life as straight people. It's infuriating.
I'm always drooling over great design, from fashion to furniture.
I grew up playing classical piano and percussion.
I'd rather be with Dracula than the Wolfman.
I'd rather control someone than be controlled.
I'm straight. I. Love. Men. I love men.
You're an actor first and foremost. No one is going to hire you because you tweet a lot.
I feel like in Atlanta, if you were a female dancer, the more you can dance like the boys, the more respect you get. I was thrust into that kind of dance culture, and it was in my body.
I did all the musicals in my high school; I was in a pop group signed to Cash Money Records in college. Music has always been a really big part of my life.
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