As a kid, the theatre always felt a bit like running away to join the circus.
I'm allergic to the word 'important' in film and theatre. Cancer research is important.
Los Angeles is a bleached-out, soulless pit.
I want to know everything there is to know about Lewis and Clark. And I want to do the Sunday crossword in less than an hour. I want to be the best dad in the world. I want to play Richard II, and I want to win another Tony award.
I was proud of 'House, MD,' and I think it was good for what it was and remarkably smart for a television show. I loved Hugh Laurie and was proud to be by his side that long and to be trusted by him.
My brother is a policeman; my sister's an English teacher. When I hear what they make versus what I make, it's ridiculous.
There are a few roles I want to play, but mostly I just want to keep doing a play every now and then, watch kids grow and eat cookies and drink tea.
Any time the character is in a moral quandary is interesting. That's been true from the Greeks on down.
When I was a kid, it was a little bit exciting working with Peter Weir and Robin Williams, but that faded pretty quickly for me.
I prefer stage work, as an actor.
I probably haven't even seen ten of the films I've done. I don't get a joy out of it, and I don't go to the movies.
I think people respect my work, but I was never in one of those movies that made me a star.
My career has mostly been jobs I love or cases where I needed money.
My wife and I are really strange people. We never spend any money.
The less I work, the happier I am. I discovered that, as most people discover at some point.
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