A lot of movies you do because they're fun, they make people forget about their day.
The more you make fun of yourself and don't try to go for any kind of respect, the more people seem to respect you.
You can't really pretend something is rosier than it is and expect people to buy it.
You get a script and you love it. You find a director that you trust, and it becomes all about how do I commit to this as fully as possible? And the last thing you can afford to have in your mind is what are other people going to think of this?
Being the lead of the show and working a lot of hours - all good stuff, a tremendous education, incredible opportunity, it changed my life - it was a marathon, and by the end of it I was pretty beat.
I'm not about to talk about what's romantic in my life - I figure if you talk about it once - then that's an open invitation for everyone to dig into your personal life even further.
You start thinking the world is a certain way and forgetting that there's another world outside of the campus boundaries that has nothing to do with what is your world at the time.
I've always been a clown trapped in a leading man's body.
You are incredibly fortunate whatever success falls on you, which is what happened with me.
I'm pretty much your average, energy-saving-light-bulbs-recycling citizen.
I love New York City. Everyone is busy with their own lives - and no one is interested in some Hollywood celebrity walking past in downtown Manhattan.
Ultimately, I'd love to be able to work in film.
I always show up to work and give it everything, and some things turn out better than others - and some things you can expect that it will come out better than others.
The less seriously you take yourself, the better work you're going to do.
The ego certainly is the biggest obstacle as an artist or performer, so any chance you get to destroy that is really healthy.