Theatre was my first love. I can't take the theatre out of me. And I wouldn't want to. To me, it's home.
Well, I'm a big believer in 'never say never.'
My choices in projects have all been character or role-based, and on a financial level, it's obvious: as an actor on a TV series, I get a wonderful paycheck, and a consistent paycheck, which doesn't always happen when you're doing theater or movies.
All I can do is keep working, keep auditioning, keep talking to people - and whatever it takes to show other colors.
I'm only human, and therefore, there's a part of me that's waiting for people to say, 'Enough of you!'
My hiatus timeline is so minimal, there's only a select number of projects that I can go in for.
If I ever wrote a script myself, it would be strongly emotional material.
As a human being, you know that there are some days when you'd rather not talk to anybody - but I can't really do that anymore without appearing rude.
I think in any form of acting, you're always well served if you've done theater.
Every time I think about writing, comedy doesn't interest me in the slightest. I can play comedy, but I don't think in terms of comic dialogue.
I think intelligence is usually sexy until it becomes irritating. After that, you're stuck.
Once, I lived in an apartment with a skylight in the bathroom. Every winter, it would snow through the skyline, but we got a discount because of it.
I was very average in the social label scale going through school. I was neither the coolest person in school, nor did I suffer the slings and arrows of being made fun of to such a degree that I couldn't get through the day.
It's made it easier to communicate important issues, but I wonder if connecting with millions of people online is ever as arresting to someone's attention as one man standing and screaming in front of City Hall.
I grew up with two different parakeets - one that lived for five years, and one that lived for 13 years - so I always had a bit of an attraction to birds and it's an oddly good fit to be in a movie about birdwatchers.
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