And I think a lot of us have fantasies of going back to where we're from, or when we do go back we're so nostalgic about it.
I don't want to put a pause on the rest of my life; I'm really enjoying getting older and the wisdom that comes from that.
In real life, I don't fall in love with the guy who wines and dines me, I fall in love with the flaws and the humanity.
I'm always studying something or trying to learn something, keep myself creatively occupied, because I think that energy can get kind of destructive if it doesn't have somewhere to go.
I kind of moved out of the town I grew up in as quick as I could. I left right after high school.
I think actors always have that fear of unemployment so when the opportunities are there, you just jump on them.
I know that every actor that I know, when Daniel Day-Lewis does a film, and he doesn't work that often, but we run to the theater to see what he's up to, and with such delicious excitement. The same goes for Meryl Streep.
I feel lucky to be an actor because you always learn something from each part you play.
I grew up in the suburbs.
I like exploring both the light parts and the dark parts of a single person. And all of those shades tend to come out most acutely in stories about families.
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