In Hollywood if you're good looking, tall, have okay teeth and nice skin, the odds of being successful are great. If you're short and fat, it's a different story. But as long as you look like a leading man type, half your job is done already.
Acting is a win-win situation. There is no risk involved. That's why I get tired of hearing actors who try to make out that there's a downside to it. Fame is an odd thing. It bugs you a little bit, but it's really not bad.
I'm getting out of acting.
I'm not opposed to adoption. It's not in my immediate future because I'm on the move a lot and if I were going to be father I would like to be more grounded.
I thought if I wanted people to take me seriously, I needed to act serious and not reveal too much of my private life so people could seriously accept me in different things.
Now that people know who I am, I get offered plays here and there. It was so much easier to do it when nobody knew who I was. I can't even imagine that somebody would come and pay money just to come and see me now.
After I get comfortable, I kind of forget that we're even doing an interview and I say whatever comes to the mind.
Fame is an odd thing. It bugs you a little bit, but it's really not bad.
I actually got hurt in a steel factory in 1985 and so that changed my life. I went to a junior college and that's where I discovered acting.
I'll be a little bummed out if I make it to my 70s and didn't have a kid. I have two dogs and I know how much I love them. I would like to love and raise a kid.
Acting may be how I've made my living, but music has always been my passion.
I discovered that I act because I really love to act. I don't act because maybe it will get me a magazine cover or that I can get on a talk show.
I don't want to slam the cute and fun movies out there, but it gets old.
I don't write songs.
I feel like a visitor just about everywhere.
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