I don't call myself an artist. I act. That's what I do.
I think my face and voice suit me better as I get older.
What I love about theatre is that it disappears as it happens.
I've always had this deep and chronic sense of dissatisfaction.
I always wanted attention, and I realized I could make people laugh.
College was a great time. I partied there, but I also learned how to act.
I pray to be of service to the playwright, the audience, the other actors and my character.
I actually would love to live in New York. But I need land; I need space. I'd love to move to a place where I could have a lot of land and a goat.
Acting is very much like a child making believe. I'm not one to become a character, but I fall in love with the character. It's like having faith; you're going to be that person for a while.
There's a part of me that wants to be known and make a comfortable living but still be able to go grocery shopping. My overall idea of success is having people I want to work with want to work with me.