I just consider myself a piece of the puzzle and I'm lucky enough to be asked or invited to the party, if you will. I hope I can bring some laughs and grimaces to the fans.
I mean, I'm a guy with three kids. I'm home usually Friday nights, but I know most people who aren't like me aren't.
I tested for a couple of pilots, but they said I was too tall.
I was involved with drama departments since the 5th grade. I played at it. It was an escape.
It was never the fame or fortune that drove me to act. It was something I love and enjoy doing it. A lot of people identify who they are by what they do and that's not me. It's what I do but not who I am. Who I am is a parent. I'm a family man.
My heroes are the camera crew and the electricians. They work such long hours.
The only people who have control over their careers are the ones you see on the covers of magazines. Everyone else is just plodding along making a living. The key is not to live over your means and overdo it.
You get a sense of how the show works and then let your personality take over.
I'm always looking, as an actor, for activities. I think it's far more interesting to watch what people do than what they say. You always want to watch behavior, because the dialogue as written by our illustrious leaders is great. Eminently playable.
The top-notch shows have pretty good crews and I'm a big fan of hard-working camera crews. They make our jobs so easy.
A lot of the television industry is so cookie-cutter. In general, there are so many shows that are easy and bland to watch. You can tune in at any time and know exactly where you are in the story arc because it's pretty much the same every week.