The Futures Bright, Wear Your Sunglasses
I appreciate the response and the support of fans, of people who actually don't mind watching me on screen... I just don't ever want to jeopardize that.
Love is tested in so many ways. How do I articulate this? Two people are together. There are stakes, strife, struggles, all these things that make us fall for someone, love someone even more, leave someone.
The most underused, under-appreciated group of people in the world is our youth.
There are always decades that interest people. For me, that's the Roaring Twenties.
You can't get anywhere without the people who have come into your life.
Acting is such a huge part of my life. It really allows me to have a creative outlet and to actually be able to have an outlet to discuss openly the things that truly I think are relevant in the world, that make a difference.
The quality of life is so much higher anyplace you can ski in the morning and surf in the evening - there's something to be said for that.
Lack of time and money create really bad green practices.
The film business creates a large amount of waste, and I'm not immune to waste in the business.
I've never been on a TV show for more than a season and you have to continually keep it interesting and you have to keep it connected, even as you change.
The coming together of like-minded individuals through action is what's needed to see wide spread change for us, our planet and its creatures.
I aim to direct as much as I act at some point in time.
I can't let time move on without fighting tooth and nail and hopefully being a part of a revolution that is positive.
You spend enough time on set as an actor and it's great when a director was at some point an actor or understands acting. They're able to finesse performances out of you that a lot directors can't get.