I've made a number of independent films that didn't receive theatrical distribution, that a lot of people haven't heard of, and as a result, I've conditioned myself to go into small independent films with the expectation that they will not, and therefore, I have to find my reward elsewhere.
I love sci-fi, especially when it thrives on a thought-provoking story, rather than explosions.
I can be a bit of a science geek. I tend more towards reading about brain science, neuroscience.
I guess every actor has certain emotions they can access easier than others.
I was an English major, so I love discussing possibilities and alternate theories.
In the summer of 2009, I was at the Shakespeare lab at the public theater in New York.
I worked in script development, many years ago, and read a lot of scripts. Between that and the scripts I've read as an actor, and I'm a writer as well, I think I have a pretty good sense about whether the bones of a story are there and whether the structure is intact.
If you think about filmmaking as an entire spectrum, starting with the writer and ending with maybe the marketing department, the actor's contribution is a rather slender band.
I love classical music and often listen to symphonies or opera in the morning.
I would not call myself Catholic anymore, but I went to 16 years of Catholic school: grade school, high school and college.
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