No, my entire life is planned. It's called time management.
Being an actor, the less people know about my personal life, the more open-minded they can be about each role I play.
I like to be busy and I like to have places to go in the morning, when I get up.
Through that, I got to know Jerry's work, and I am definitely his number-one fan right now, which is interesting because it usually works the other way around: you usually create a project based on your hero.
I think because my life is so insane and it's constantly going at 120 miles per hour, my favorite thing to do is sit at home in front of the TV and check out.
And I'm OK being judged as an actor.
At the beginning of 'Will and Grace', I played Jack as the funny next-door-neighbor type, as we've seen in the past. And I thought that was my role.
The writers have slowly taken the show, with subjects other gay shows have dived right into, slowly. It was over a year before Will even started to date.
The thing about producing is that the pressure is off of being in front of the camera, and being critiqued and judged in that way, but there are other pressures producing.
They might have a long way to go before truly accepting gay people into their lives, but they have accepted the show into their living rooms each and every week.
And so, I think when I got to college, you discover who you are and find yourself more than you did before.
But I'm guessing every actor is insecure.
I actually like working with the other three actors on the show.
I have the most nervous stomach in the world.
I'm a huge sci-fi/fantasy/horror guy. I love anything in the sci-fi or fantasy genre.
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