There wasn't a moment where I got into cars. It wasn't a conscience decision or something that came later, it was there since I was born. I just love it.
I wanted to be a mechanic. When I was 14 I wanted to quit school and go work on my car. But my dad said Son, you shouldn't do that. You should stay in school until your education is finished, and when you're done, don't make your hobby your job.
It's always been my hope, as an actor, to reveal only what is relevant about myself to the work.
I've never been someone that's had a five-year plan, or a three-year plan. That just seems to lead to a lot of disappointment, and doesn't give you the chance to be flexible.
I'm always reading and looking around for the next thing.
Technically speaking, you can build anything out of sand; it doesn't mean you do it.
I guess I'm a very keen observer, and I'd like to think I have a good imagination.
I've always been a bit of a car freak.
Over my lifetime, the car had actually transcended the fact that it is a car. It has become a venue.
I would never say never to returning to comedy.
The darker the film, the more vital everyone's sense of humor is on set.
I like the unknown. I like mystery.
I hate being clean-shaven. My daughter gets very upset if I shave and says, 'Bring back the spikes, Dad.
Stand-up came out of three things. Frustration, necessity and arrogance. I didn't have a great career ahead of me in anything.
I think luck gets you on to the stage. But it has nothing to do with keeping you there.