I personally look at acting-at least for television-as an occupation for the mentally challenged. It's not a real job for real people who have any skill. I mean, they tell you what to say. They pick out all your clothes, and put your name on your chair in case you can't figure out where to sit.
Plus I wouldn't have to muscle through this crap anymore, and I'd be James Dean. Anyone can die in a car crash. It takes a special guy to actually be the car crash.
The kids are completely kept away from Daddy's unfortunate spiral
You're 45 years old! I mean, there has to be a point where one grows up! I don't know what that point is going to be for you.
never was under the influence of alcohol or drugs while performing his broadcasting duties for the station.
They say you have to hit rock bottom before you get better. Unfortunately, I hit it on TV.
When VH1 said, 'We think you're probably going to die, and we don't want to film you dying,'
I was into whatever my big brother was into, like Black Sabbath and Zeppelin. But if I look at those two forms of music now, I much prefer The Partridge Family. I never liked Zeppelin.
If you ever get rich and famous, by definition you are special. You have done something special, and therefore you start to behave special. Then if the floor drops out, and you become down and out, you have a really new perspective.
Now it seems like people want to do damage to young celebrities. They want to find them doing bad things. They encourage them.
People ask me, what was your rock bottom? I say, pick.
There are all of these people that say, my mommy doesn't love me enough, my daddy doesn't hug me enough. There are some people that would want to coddle them somewhere. I want them to shut up and stop whining.
There are people, radio talk show hosts, those kind of people, it's their job to only have one opinion, they can't tell you about their feelings. They have to go with what pays their bills.
I think I would have had less tumult in my life if I hadn't grown up in my particular house.