If you’re an actor in your heart, no matter how much money they shove at you, it doesn’t matter if the work doesn’t provide that creative spark. You want out.
Yoga’s hard for me, but I know you can really feel the difference when you do it consistently. I’d rather be playing basketball.
Sex and the City changed New York-New York’s become a big shoe store now, unfortunately.
I have enough attention already. More, I don’t really need.
I cannot explain something that no one has ever figured out.
By my third year of Law and Order, I was climbing the walls. But you don’t leave a hit show, especially when you have a five-year contract.
I always get involved with the environment because once you go past the tipping point with the environment, you don’t get it back.
As soon as I feel people are talking too much about my character, it’s time to leave.
Success can be obviously a two way street.
At least Manhattan, in terms of danger and eccentricity, is much more of a theme park now. You couldn’t really shoot the old Law & Order in New York today. It’s a different city.
I like big casts. The experience of working together, that human contact – those are my roots, professionally.
People are so phobic and crazed about this word ‘commitment.’ It’s weird. Everyone has taken this word to a new height of morality.