I feel, as a person, very uninteresting.
I want to be radical on the inside, but not on the outside.
The stage is my love, it's where I started and where I do my best work.
We all have so many different elements inside of us and we're not all one thing.
I'm not a boy now. I'm a man, I hope. I hope I've had my artistic bar mitzvah somewhere.
One of the great things that you should never do that I learned from John Malkovich is to never judge your characters.
Unless an entire row of people got up in the middle of a performance and left the theater in disgust, I felt as though I hadn't done my job.
The Dalai Lama was once asked for his favorite chant, and he said it was better not to have a favorite anything, which I think is a great thought.
I'm not a pretty boy who came to town and burst out of the gate, which is a good thing, because if I was, I probably wouldn't have been good enough then. I probably wouldn't have lasted. So I was very lucky not to be pretty.
The biggest compliment to me is that guys really approach me and they have a connection with me, so there must be something I'm doing that is authentic, otherwise they wouldn't connect with me so strongly. It's a real compliment.