I wouldn't be where I am today without the amazing public arts education that I had.
You don't want to play a perfect person; no one cares about that.
I guess I was one of the popular kids. I played soccer, I was class president - I even dated the homecoming queen.
I'm a mellow guy, and I feel like my music is mellow.
I grew up singing and dancing, so people have been calling me gay since fifth grade. I've heard everything you could possibly hear about it. But I do love gay people, so I'm not going to act like I was insulted or angry about it.
I run probably 35-40 miles a week, and I think 80 per cent of your body is what you eat. The biggest part is just eating well.
Everyone thinks I'm a nice guy, which is not a bad way to be perceived.
I think every great show has that kind of romance that people just kind of yearn for.
I don't like to go out to parties or clubbing, and I kind of like my anonymity.
I don't think anyone can get away from high school unscathed.
I like pushing myself, and usually if I'm not good at something I just won't do it because I'm a perfectionist.
I love candlelit dinners.
I'm a huge Bob Marley fan; I remember going to Jamaica for the first time when I was a kid and I got so obsessed with the steel drums.
More people saw the pilot of 'Glee' than saw me in my entire 10-year career on Broadway.
My dad is a nurse midwife, one of about only 50 male midwives in the U.S., I think.
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