It was easy for me to leave acting for school, because I wasn’t really in it as an adolescent for fulfilling reasons.
People have good and bad days.
In order to satirize adequately, I think you need to bring people down to Earth and be like, ‘Yeah, these people drink coffee and have tummy troubles and they go to the bathroom like anybody else, and they all have relationship problems, if they even have relationships.’
I only surround myself with people who are intellectually stimulating.
I watched ‘My Girl’ as an adult pretty recently, and it’s a good movie.
As actors we’re supposed to be our character’s advocate.
I love… anything in black and white. Just put it on the TV, I’ll watch.
I was an international studies major.
I don’t let it bother me too much if someone doesn’t like me. I just figure there’s no accounting for taste. It’s not me, it’s my acting. It’s like if someone doesn’t like someone’s food, they just don’t like my acting.
It was more like having unwanted attention as a child – if you’d walk around, people would recognize you, and it would be in a weird, almost making-fun-type manner.
I really don’t like to do back-to-back movies. I concentrate on things at home. My family and school life are important to me. I try to do one movie a year.
I’m interested in current affairs and social policy as a whole, but I don’t watch politics for sport.