I'll never be mistaken for Pat Boone.
It would be easy to blame Hollywood to say that I was typed and forced to play the same role over and over. For a while, I did. But the truth is that I knew what I was doing. I was enjoying myself. I was making money.
I made some good pictures, and I made some bad ones. I wasn't trying to build an image, though; I was trying to build a life for myself.
One minute, it seemed I had more movie offers than I could handle; the next - no one wanted me.
No one ever said movies are for developing your range. Hardly anyone gets that opportunity. Which is why I think the stage is so good. It's less bread, but you can play different types, and you can initiate your own projects.
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