Normally, I name my characters after famous comedians.
I’ve been lucky to play characters that are really broad.
Aaron Echolls is one of the best characters that I’ve ever played.
The funny thing is that I feel close to all my characters. Deep, deep inside them all.
. . . clumsiness is often mated with a love of solitude.
One of the ways I think I gain fodder for characters is by watching people.
One likes to think that there is some fantastic limbo for the children of imagination, some strange, impossible place where the beaux of Fielding may still make love to the belles of Richardson, where Scott’s...
You don’t buy evil characters lattes. That’s not normal behavior.
The best plot twists are the ones you didn’t expect.
I just love playing characters that are a long way away from me.