My career has been a bit strange. I don't think it took the normal route.
I like to spread myself out. Since I was a kid, I always recognized some void.
There was always a creative impulse in me but I never felt rooted to anything.
In the beginning Remo is a very New York street cop who changes and is changed as he moves along.
When you're a father, you know exactly where your heart really is. There's no question of it, no doubt. That part of your life has no second guessing.
It's a major part of world history that men are trying to kill each other. It's just one slaughter after the other. We talk about it, but no one's really listening.
Trying different things is very important to me. I see people and want to wear their clothes and drive in their cars for awhile. That's probably one reason I became an actor.
I think we're struggling with trying to redefine various positions at this point in history. To allow freedom for women, freedom for men, freedom from those sharply defined gender roles.
As an actor, it's fun to play guys who aren't just locked into a male pattern, but a lot of guys you're asked to play are fairly macho and have a certain rigid standard they're living by.
In this play we're dealing with relative truths - who's lying, who's telling the truth. But underneath that, Ed and I have hit this deeper level of intimacy between old friends that comes out in the play.