I think it's the business part of the word show business that causes me the most concern.
Yeah, I do like X-Files. I like the ones that star David Duchovny.
If you look around at the people in show business today they are basically the people who didn't give up.
I think they have developed the character very nicely and it's gone exactly as it was planned to happen.
Having spent so much time in a fictional world, I prefer to read about the real world.
I don't read fiction at all.
It's so good, I can't even tell you
Mad About You.
My character has a distrust of government as Big Brother, ... He doesn't see why this should be kept secret from the public.
Everyone I've ever known in my life, or seen, or met, or loved, or hated, is at risk of being destroyed. That's a pretty big chunk of fear, and I think that's what we are all dealing with, if we don't save the day.
People think that being on Star Trek is career suicide, but it's really just the opposite.
There is no question that everybody who works in show business is lucky because of the number of people who wish they where working in show business.
And, you know, when you are a kid, everybody wants to be an actor. I think that everybody wants to be in show business, frankly.
I think he is an extremely accessible character. In Data there is no potential for cruelty.
I think the potential for man is so enormous, if we can stay alive long enough, we're going to be seeing a lot of what Star Trek is projecting.