To stay on the map you've got to keep showing up.
I was about to get a degree in economics when I accepted that I'd be a lousy businessman, and if I didn't give acting a try I'd regret it for the rest of my life.
In an attempt to amuse my friends and family, I would do impressions of Dean Martin, singing Everybody Loves Somebody. I secretly really enjoyed singing the song.
My eyebrows make a more profound impact on other people than they do on me. I just let 'em grow.
There have been makeup artists who've asked if my eyebrows are real.
You can only be stupid when you're young.
Two women? God, man. Well, I'm still living. So clearly I must've gotten away with it, when I did do it. But I don't think it's time to blow my cover now.
My family were broadminded enough to support me when I wanted to pursue a life in the theatre.
I made my Broadway debut in the revival of Hair and followed it up with the bus and truck tour of Grease.
By year three, you get nicer, bigger trailers.
I always go back to theatre. It's probably where I'll draw my last breath.
I feel like I won the Lotto, as far as that show's concerned.
No matter what the role, you're trying to do the impossible - make a living in show business.
Through every moment on stage for the first time, I felt like I was finally right where I belonged.
When I came up, guys like Nicholson and DeNiro were held in highest regard.
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