I have to say that one of the most important things Scientology has given me is the ability to keep my integrity together. I understand how people can get into unethical situations, and Scientology has always helped me keep my head clear and be in present time.
I love the DJ scene out in the clubs. It is a great way to party and make people happy, the atmosphere is one that I use as an escape from reality.
Plenty of people are raised Catholic and then aren't Catholic anymore, like any religion.
The best thing ever is when some guy in his 50s taps me on the shoulder and says, 'I just want to let you know I hate my job, I hate my wife, and I come home and I watch reruns of your show and it's the only half hour of the day when I laugh and I forget how miserable life is.
Before I finished another level of Scientology auditing, I had a very hard time with being wrong and I always had to have my own way - and not in a good sense. After auditing, I was able to have my thoughts, communicate them and not have to be right all the time.
If I'm working, I'm not D.J.'ing. And if I'm not working, I'm D.J.'ing all the time.
Sometimes I wonder if I would've been more successful if I wasn't acting and I concentrated on other things. But I love being on set. I love working with my 100 crew members.
I have done about 15 movies so far and am on my 5th season on That '70s Show.
I'd rather do movies 'cause I am better at movies, but I do shows 'cause the opportunities have come forward.
I am really into '70s music, like The Rolling Stones, The Doors and what not.
My job is summer camp. I come and talk and try to make a TV show funny.
When I was 15, my parents left town for a month. They hid the keys to the car, but I found them. That month, I drove my stepdad's Thunderbird Super Coupe into Manhattan every day, and I would crank Cypress Hill as I flew around the city, racing the taxis.