I went to Northwestern in Chicago, in Evanston, and then I ended up trickling down in Chicago theater. I did a bunch of plays, but I was non-equity. For a lot of people, non-equity means you're not yet professional. But for me, if you're in a mainstream theater, you're doing something real.
My grandfather is a retired Marine, and I've always had a great deal of respect for anyone who serves our country.
Government is like physics, you know - for every action, there's a reaction.
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