The rule of surfing is never tell anyone where you go.
Memories are just stories we tell ourselves about our past; and that's often why they don't match when we've shared the same experiences with someone.
For some reason surfing... I'm not scared of the ocean so the risk doesn't seem as great to me.
Viewers can hate a character and at the same time can't take their eyes off of him.
But the path you end up on means that you have to close a lot of doors, too.
I think the moments that are difficult for anybody are when you see what your life could be, if only you had the courage to take the steps needed.
When I first started, I was kind of surprised that anyone would ever hire me at all. So I took everything that I was offered.
I was a horrible limo driver: I ran out of gas with passengers in the back and I used to get lost on a regular basis.
Let's face it, making movies is all risk. Most of the time, batting average-wise, the reward does not outweigh the risk.
My wife tells me I need to learn to be more patient with my son.
Characters can become boring. That's what's tricky about television. It goes on and on - you're playing this same character for five seasons and it gets easy to fall into just walking on the set and assuming you know how to play a scene.
And I don't want to jump out of an airplane - I've done that.
I don't have to worry about how my movies sell because I'm not the guy in front.
I guess, you make a big studio film, you spend a lot of money on it and you hope people go see it. It's really risky.
I think I gravitate towards people who express themselves in a simple and funny way.
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