When I was in Chicago, I was working as a carpenter while I was doing plays. I thought it'd be a fun set construction job, but it turned up to just be a straight-up factory.
I've lived with myself for a very long time, so I'm aware of what I look like. I'm under no false pretense that I'm a stunner, so if somebody comes up and says something about my physical appearance, it's okay.
After school, I was planning to jump from regional theater to regional theater.
David Letterman was my guy growing up. My parents recorded the tenth anniversary special for me, and I watched it 40 times.
I don't have actors in my family, but everyone is pretty artistic.
I got my SAG card doing a Kentucky Fried Chicken commercial in Chicago.
I grew up in Maine working at a video store and found myself being pulled more and more to on-camera stuff.
I took one class at Second City called Improv for Actors, and that was it, and that was only because my agent told me I had to.
I was born in the Northeast, and I have Midwestern parents.
I was born tall. I was awkward and gangly. Before that, I was a really chubby elementary school kid. I've always been sort of a physical abnormality.
I'm a dog person, but I don't have a pet.
I'm saying nothing new that Dave Pasquesi is really good at what he does.
I'm very much in favor of vaccinations, and I've been very vocal about that because it's insane to forgo this.
I've done a pretty good job of curating a Twitter feed that doesn't make me hate the world.
If you didn't watch 'The Shield,' you should stop everything you are doing and go back and watch 'The Shield.'
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