I’ve done so many funny jobs. I worked at a farmer’s market through high school. I worked in the stock room of Ralph Lauren. I graduated to salesperson at Ralph Lauren, which was a big deal to me. I’ve been a P.A. I’ve been a stand-in. I’ve been an assistant’s assistant.
I think I’ve always had that bird’s-eye view of myself. I think it’s an actor trait… Sometimes it’s best just to get lost out there, but other times you have to be aware of where the light’s hitting you.
Sometimes fake laughing is hard once you’ve done a scene 18 times. I don’t want to brag, but I have a reputation for being very, very good at that. It’s funny finding what’s challenging about acting as you go.
I just have always been so interested in the way actors and actresses present themselves to the world because I think it is very important and it affects the way people see you as an actor.
I would prefer to keep my clothes on. Unless there’s a brisk breeze or something, I tend to keep them on.
I started out really into musical theater. So you can imagine I was super popular. I wasn’t awkward looking at all.
She watched the first episode and she was like, ‘This is feminism?’ And then by the end of the season, she was like, ‘This is feminism.’ The tone changed completely. She was really psyched about it.
It’s safe to say I’m a comedy nerd. I listen to so many podcasts. I just love to laugh.
I love making people uncomfortable, and when people say, ‘I cringed watching [that] scene,’ that’s the biggest compliment you can give me.
I’m drawn to what I’m drawn to. I wear jeans and loafers everyday, mostly casual, but when I really turn it on, I like a classic, simple look.
A lot of guys I know loved Sex and the City. They’ll take it to their grave, but they watched every episode of it.
I’d be worried about myself as a human if I hadn’t been nervous.