You watch a hockey game, and the hand-eye coordination and the speed is really miraculous; how those guys track the puck alone, just following it with their eyes.
My publicist told me not to talk about politics but, yes, I think we have a president who stole the election.
I think that everything I've ever done at some point is part of someone else's legacy.
I think New York will always be this incredible international crossroads, and I don't think that will ever change.
The skill set for hockey is so specific to skating and if you haven't been skating as a kid it's impossible to play - and I wasn't a skater.
There's the private persona and the public persona and the two shall never meet.
I find that the most interestingly written parts happen to be the bad guys.
Style, no matter how outrageous it is, is still an expression of someone's personality. And my personality is somewhere stuck in the classics.
I didn't think that a career in theater was very realistic so I thought the only thing I could make money doing and still be somewhat artistic was, god help me, advertising.
I think it's really, really important to mix it up as an actor, to try to get as much kind of varied experience as you can, not only for your own personal growth as an actor but for the audience to keep them guessing about what you're going to do.
And I think for me there's a lot of neurosis involved with where you should be or thinking about where you are all the time instead of being where you are.
Every girl I've gone out with has said something to me first.
When you're in a place like New York or D.C. you just can't beat it, and it's so hard to recreate because they are both such distinctive places.
I am so used to being able to express myself from being an actor. So when people don't understand me, I'm just completely lost.
I get very nervous around famous people and I get nervous around beautiful women.
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