I sort of grew up doing theater. And that’s how I got into film, actually.
The world of the homeless is a tough and interesting world.
Have I seen any plays that I’ve been in? Uh, you know, might be a little weird.
To be running away from explosions with Harrison Ford, you know, that’s pretty great.
The better the acting is, the harder it is to see what the process is.
I’m not a person who needs to chit-chat between takes by any means.
I grew up in Manhattan, and now I live in Brooklyn.
A lot of people think I must be weird because of the films I’ve done. I get that.
I always ask for more takes. I like doing takes, so I’ll do as many as I can.
I love cereal. I eat several bowls a day, mostly a few late at night.
I guess sometimes fear is a good thing. It’s a really good motivator.
I’ve definitely been in ruts, and I think having some kind of perseverance is important.
The idea of writer’s block or not having inspiration is totally terrifying to me.
It’s a funny thing. You sort of never figure it out with acting. You’re always learning.
As an actor, I always feel you basically have to be able to delude yourself.
I know I am always pumped, as an audience member, to go and see a Western.
I think was overly empathetic for a while in my life.
As people, no matter what we are doing, your whole body is living and breathing.