My sister gave me a big bucket of Cool Whip. Isn't that awesome? For two weeks I basically watched Emergency! and ate cool whip with a spoon.
I've noticed that men and women react very differently to other people's children. <br/><br/>Women don't make a distinction. Kids are kids. They lavish as much attention and concern no matter whose child it is.
I've had more people come up to me about 'Saving Silverman' than anything else. That and 'That Thing You Do!' But 'Saving Silverman' is the one I get most often. And I love that.
Most people laugh at situations rather than a tagline anyway.
You still really fight for good parts. It never stops. It's never a breeze. The people at the top of their game work as hard as the people at the bottom.
You work with stand-up comedians or you work with somebody in theater, you work with somebody from 'Star Search' or 'Survivor' or a kid, it constantly changes how you play with people.
I love 'Safe Men.' Now it's getting all this culty kind of - it just came out on DVD. That was awesome. I read that script, I never laughed so hard in my life.
I love general history. That's all I read really. I don't read novels, I read history. I love it. I live in an area that's really rich in Civil War history. I live in Kentucky on a farm. A lot of revolution, a lot of military history I love.
I'm a good dad; I spend a lot of time with my kids.
I just planted the family vegetables yesterday. You name it, I grow it.
I look at it like, I'm just a character actor. If I get cast as the stoned sidekick, fine. But I just want to act.
I'm always attracted to the vulnerable character more than I am the superhero.
I still really love acting. I find it really challenging. And I really love film; it's a lot of fun.
I love 'Shattered Glass.' It's one of my favorite movies. I think it's just brilliant.
It goes all the way back to 'Psycho.' Movies with twists like that are memorable because they're so simple.