The joy for me of television is the sort of family feeling of being involved with an ensemble - the cast and the crew and the director of photography and the guys in the camera truck - and you're all coming together. There's a great feeling when that is a successful unit, a successful family.
I think that it's fun to get the script and open it like a Christmas present. That's 'Alcatraz' or anything that I'm working on. If the groundwork has been laid too much, the surprises aren't there.
All actors are looking for that role that's going to define who they are. When it happens, it's a good thing.
I find it valuable to watch what I do. I like to know when I'm making a choice if it actually works or not.
I've kind of had to make a career of playing villains. In order to stay employed, I had to figure out how to play bad guys.
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