Getting up at 6 A.M. to run is something that keeps you on the straight and narrow.
I think with acting, since I became an actor… I, as a person, have become more confident and I have really come out of my shell somewhat… and back to myself, you know.
When I was younger, there was a sort of stigma attached to my stamina. My dad took me swimming one day and I just was no good at it, so my dad said, ‘Your stamina’s bad.
I don’t really read too much. It really is counter to my energy. I can’t sit down and concentrate on words.
For lack of a better word, acting is therapeutic. You really are breaking down barriers, exorcising demons and finding more out about yourself.
I like to run on the beach. It’s a different exercise as well when you’re in sand, a different kind of training.
I knew ‘Like Crazy’ would be good, I just knew it, and that’s why I fought so hard to be on it.
I never, ever worry about anybody recognizing me.
I’ve scammed so many people throughout my whole life who never learned my true identity until I started acting.
I played rugby most of my life and then I switched to snowboarding, which provided me a lot of inspiration.
I have this side of me that is a very European flamboyant; I won’t say queenie, but it’s borderline – could be perceived as homosexual.