I like the gypsy aspect of this business.
I never thought television would or could be a long-term commitment.
There's something so familial and intimate between a boxer and his trainer.
I'm an actor. I love to act. That's my job. I'll leave the politicking to others.
Just give me a good role that allows me to hone my craft, and I am a pretty happy camper.
If you're afraid to live your life in a glass bubble, how can you do what we do in this industry?
I've been in California for about 15 years now. You're always in your car and insulated. I miss New York so much.
In my college years, I worked as a union labor organizer. I was just one of the many workers trying to do my part to help the community.
You have to find what makes you stable in the storm. Then, no matter what's happening round you, no matter what the hype or the publicity, you can still manage to make leaps in your work as an artist.