I have a Lab, it's fun to hang out and hike with the dog, people come up to him, and pet him, it's fun.
I think I'm a fan of people who were brave, my aunt, my grandmother, those are my heroes.
I think what's always been interesting to me than the science and the criminality with this job is what happens to your persona, your disposition, after day in and day out dealing with life and death.
Any time you put a cast like this in compromising circumstances or shake it up a little bit, I think we're all pretty close so we draw on real emotion.
We give each other a hard time, but no pranks.
There are a lot of times that if a detail in a scene or a beat, feels unnatural, they'll allow me to explore another direction to go until we're all comfortable with what we are doing.
One lady wrote me and told me how she wants to see me get beat up and near death and that kind of stuff.
I'm interested to go other places, I've been the boy in the bubble since we've been shooting, I need to go travel a little bit, see where the action is, other than going to see family, of course.
I think my character's getting to the point where he can't even eat spaghetti with red sauce anymore, where he has horrible nightmares, he can't sleep anymore.
I've seen a dead body, I've seen some pretty gruesome fist fights, I've been a hunter since I was a child, though I don't anymore, I've gutted wild game.
I love what I do and I love the fans.
I work so hard for the fans who watch our show.
The show has boundaries right now we're trying to widen them not break them.