I'm thrilled with my body of work.
Frankly, my politics are pretty left of left.
I don't want to go bald, I don't know what's coming up next.
I suspect that a lot of studio executives still think of me as 'what's-his-name'.
I've got research, I have my own life experience I can apply, and I have my imagination.
I like a very dry wit, not the big kind of humor like Robin Williams. I don't think I'm capable of that.
Well, all I can say is thank goodness I had 15 years of theater before ever I did film roles. You build technique that you can rely on.
When I feel like I'm doing my best work, there is a bit of a freedom, a bit of flight that you're not so much losing yourself but you're sort of in the zone.
I've been around horses, but I certainly wouldn't call myself a horseman by any means. It's a combination of being very aware of them, and not trusting them.
You jot down ideas, memories, whatever, concerning your real life that somehow parallels the character you're playing, and you incorporate that in your scene work.