I auditioned for 'Game of Thrones' seven times! Loads of times.
I didn't want to be 50 or 60 and auditioning for a three-line role.
I've never had an audition like that before. They don't let you know about anything on 'Mad Men,' because it's a spoiler for everybody. I thought I was on the right track when I was cracking everybody up.
I auditioned for the role of an angel in the Nativity play at school. I didn't get it. I auditioned for Mary; didn't get it. So I made up the character of the sheep who sat next to Baby Jesus.
I have had so many bad auditions.
You know, I auditioned for 'Titanic.' Sometimes I muse on what would have happened. That would have been such a different life.
I met my agent through a casting director here in Wilmington after I auditioned for a Disney movie.
They had an opening. You know, it was one of those deals. I auditioned and got it in '93.
I've done auditions where the casting director is taking the paper out of my hand in the middle of reading.
I hate auditions - when I'm doing them, I can't wait to get out the bleeding door.
I remember thinking, 'I'll audition just once and if it doesn't work out I'll never think about it ever again.'
Before recording my 'Homeland' audition on my iPhone in my bedroom in Streatham, I hadn't worked or had an audition in the U.K. for nine months.
Everyone thinks offers are always pouring in. Offers have never poured in. Never. I was auditioning a lot, but I didn't get the jobs.
Because I was a dancer, I started going to auditions for musical theater, which forced me to sing.
I came in the Dawson's Creek era; it was all about tiny guys who looked like teenagers, and I haven't looked like a teenager ever. So I was, like, auditioning to be their dads. At 25.
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