The hardest job an actor can do is all this pretend, all this screaming and being scared for your life.
I think the best thing about my job is that I have my life documented, which not many people get to have. They have a photo here and there and maybe some video footage from a birthday. My kids will be able to see me growing up.
A lot of people my age who are working right now have never acted; they get a show and suddenly they're making millions. It's always those people who get it fast who have the most trouble staying grounded and being themselves.
I think you see in people's eyes what they've been through. Anything in their lives shows up in their eyes.