I think I'm sort of locked into the sitcom genre.
I can record auditions from my office in my home.
Everyone loves Disney, it just has a special place in everyone's heart.
I want to direct, write, produce... y'know, I love the entertainment industry.
I've always wanted to be an animator. That's an ultimate art form, right there.
There was a time - and I used to get made fun of a lot - that all I collected was soundtracks.
You get to that age where you're watching a lot of television, and who doesn't want to be on television?
I'm more of a visual person, but I think that reading's extremely important. But I'm very easily distracted. It takes certain books to really grab you in.
Any actor will tell you there's more of a schedule to doing a television show. That's why you'll notice a lot of big movie actors are doing television, and they'll tell you, it's because of the schedule.
It's not like a corporate job where the more you accumulate on your resume and the more hours you put in, the higher up you get; it's simply not the case. That being said, if I had known that and known what kind of career I'd get into, I still would have pursued it.