I think I've cornered the market at playing ineffectual. I think I'm quite accomplished at it.
If you get to the point in your career where you're running with a gun - I've yet to run with a gun. I've stood still with a gun, and I've walked with a gun, but I've never run with a gun. Running with a gun, to me, that's when you know you've really made it.
Every actor I know pretty much wants to be a rock n' roll star, and we'd all give it up to be in a rock n' roll band, but we're never going to do that. But being in cartoons - that's as close as you get without being an action figure.
When you have really good writing, you're compelled by the actors who are in it, and you may think it's the actors or the design or the filmmaking of it, but then you're like, 'Well, the base is a really rich story that these guys have created.'
'Suits' fans. I've never met a more diverse audience: across gender, race, class. It's incredible. People who are high-powered lawyers to doormen. A Chinese immigrant cable installer - who barely spoke English - loves 'Suits!'
Friends of mine were the creators and executive producers of 'Damages,' people I knew from graduate school.
With great writing, there is great clarity.
In addition to being an extraordinary actor, Bryan Cranston is a really generous guy and also very funny.
Sometimes, you pinch yourself. I get to do such incredibly fun things with people who are of such an incredible caliber. It's really, really awesome.
I feel like I've gotten so lucky and gotten to do such cool things with such cool folks. It's really great. You definitely want that momentum to keep going, for sure.
I moved to New York in '92 and got my graduate degree in acting from NYU - they have a great acting program. I graduated in '95.
For sure, I'm an acquired taste. People who've had that acquisition, who've acquired it, are quite surprised when they see me.
Because I look like Everyman on some level, I would say I get recognized once or twice a day.
My biggest thing is that I would love in some form or fashion to return to the 'Marvel' universe, whether in television or a feature. I love the people at 'Marvel' and grew up reading the characters, and it was a real dream come true getting to play with the toys.
Certainly when 'Breaking Bad' had hit its tipping point, people got very excited. They couldn't believe their eyes, that Gale could be on the subway, alive and well.
I was a total, insane 'Breaking Bad' fan.