Dogs just need you and love, that's all.
I'm pretty much honest to a fault. It's my best and my worst quality.
As an actor, I've always been interested in making sure I can perform the role and the lines in the way the writer intended.
My mom and my stepdad are both therapists.
Well, you know, I'm quite a reluctant writer. I'm not someone who set out to be a writer or really wanted to be.
As an actor on sets, I've always clocked how hard the crew works, how much longer their days are, how much lesser their glory is - and the fact that their commitment to the work and project is unwavering, no matter the budget.
I always cry at weddings; they're beautiful, and I'm always moved.
I guess what I learned about myself is I'm a bit of a socialist; I want everyone on the set to get equal treatment and credit.
I seem to only write New York stories because it's the only thing that inspires or interests me.
I think film is collaboration, and I always want to hear everyone's input.
I'm not a parent yet, but I feel like a kid needs to be loved.
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