TV tends to try and fit everyone into a TV mold.
Tom Cruise is just a machine. He really raises the bar as far as being a stud goes.
To establish yourself as a leading man, you're shooting for the smallest point on the target, and you get a lot of judgment thrown at you. It takes a lot for them to get past everything and just watch your art and what you're doing.
As an actor, it seems like we're always trying to get a job, so when you actually have a job, it's just amazing to get to work on your art on a daily basis and do what you love.
I'm not clique-y.
I wanted to do everything. I wanted to be a pilot. I wanted to be a secret agent. I wanted to be a fireman and a doctor, all that. So I related that through movies and stuff.
We're actually doing something scripted that's totally, you know, we kind of know what's going on, however, we're having to live life and death as the art.
I went to UGA for a quarter. One quarter of my extended university life. I enjoyed it. UGA was a blast. I crashed all the frat parties, dressing like a frat boy, acting like I was one of them. I had too much fun. So I had a good time for the quarter that I was a Bulldog. Go Bulldogs!
I get to actually experience what it would be like to be a psycho, which is not a fun one, or to be a cowboy, or to be a weird character of some sort. For me, it suits me. It suits my personality. I'm an emotional kind of person anyway.
I love mysteries - just in an old school way.
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