I come to work with a smile and I leave with a laugh, and I'm so grateful.
I've had so much fun working on 'Shameless.'
I did a film when I was about 30; it's a coming of age story called 'Gas Food Lodging,' and I'm so proud of that little independent film. I play this young English geologist, and he's such a simple, loving kind of guy. Doesn't talk too much. He's just a quiet guy, and he gets the girl.
I do a happy dance even when I get a guest-star role.
I was the little kid growing up. I wasn't picked on because, honestly, I was fast, so I could run away from the bullies.
'Prison Break' really changed me to somebody that can put butts in seats.
When you're a little kid, growing up, most of us know what's right and wrong. Our parents teach us that discipline.
On 'Prison Break,' I tended to talk a lot! They gave me a lot of fun words to say. There were always these great mouthfuls of words that would fall out!
How do you make people do the best work? You make them feel comfortable, so you can feel comfortable - and then you can have a really good ballgame!
I continue to be known as a guy that plays really complex, three-dimensional characters.
I love being funny! I started in the theater when I was 9 and, believe it or not, always played the funny part!
I think every actor should be always grateful when they work.
I thought I'd never do film, let alone television. I was a diehard theater nut.
My life is going to continue to be public, and I just accept that.
Sometimes with success comes some crazy that goes along with it.
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