Real artists take the misery and sadness of life and translate it into art.
I do work too hard sometimes, but my mom is such an inspiration. She tells me to 'chill out' and not take things so seriously. She will say: 'Go and have a massage.'
I grew up as a really sick kid; I had really bad childhood asthma and was at home all the time in New York.
Anytime where you're challenged, physically or mentally, you rise to the occasion in different ways.
Gratuitous fat jokes always hurt, no matter what.
I think as working actors, it's like sales. You're only as good as your last sale, so you put your all into something and you just hope that from that you can get your next job.
I was raised by a single mother.
I play a lot of basketball.
To me, there's nothing greater than making people laugh.
In life, I'd much rather have people laughing at me than booing me.
Not getting girls is the story of my life. I have always had a bit of a tough time with the ladies. I don't know whether it's that I don't have game or just don't feel comfortable in my own skin, but females pick up on that.
With drama, you need to be laughing, in between takes, 'cause you're going to those recesses of your soul and those dangerous parts. Normally, if you're not an actor or some crazy artist, you don't feel the need to run around in those areas. You keep them separate because it's painful.
I have a respect for the 3-D computer-generated action movies, but my first love is stuff like 'Lethal Weapon.'
I love '80s movies.
I'm forever in debt to Nickelodeon. It made me who I am today.
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