You never appreciate your anonymity until you don't have it anymore.
I love Canada. I am from Canada. I will bash the Canadian government but never Canada.
I never exceed the posted speed limit.
Never categorize yourself, society does that to you, don't do it to yourself.
I think the moral majority and religious right have been shrinking and having not quite as loud a voice in America, and all of a sudden people are coming to their own realizations going, 'Joe down the street is gay and he's a great guy.'
Los Angeles is a one-horse town. It's entirely driven by the entertainment business and that's what it is.
I miss my boats, and I miss having the ability to be out on the water during the daytime and then go skiing at night.
I'm from Canada and my wife is from St. Albans, so I feel a great kinship with the Brits.
I'm very happy to be directing though. It's a challenge, and it's a lot of fun for me to be on set.
I think it's great now that we seem to be in an era where it's OK to be gay and I think that the society in North America has had more of a problem with it than any other society.
If people think I am gay, yeah, hey that doesn't bother me. Not at all. What would people think? To me I am such a heterosexual guy. It doesn't even, I don't even think about it.
Well, I've been a professional racer for nine years. And if I could get it to pay me as much as acting, I'd give up all the rest in a second. Working in television, however, has made me accustomed to a certain lifestyle that I'd like to maintain.
I love filming in Britain.
Nothing scares me, because I used to think I was indestructible. Now I know I'm indestructible, not to mention my spine is indestructible. It's all titanium.
One of the fun things about being an actor is stepping outside yourself and outside of your own experience. It's challenging yourself to totally commit to something that in your core is so wrong.
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