I never really thought of myself as being an action hero or a leading man or any of that. I'm a character actor.
I'm a character actor.
I consider myself absolutely a character actor, and that's what I want as a career. I don't need to be the lead star or any of that, as long as I'm doing stuff that I'm proud of, really.
I see myself as a character actor, and I've always been drawn to playing characters that are different from myself because acting is escapism for me. I've never been that comfortable playing people that are like me.
I started off as an actor thinking that I would be this Romeo, this dashing leading man. It turns out that I'm a character actor.
I enjoy being a character actor; I enjoy being different in everything. I want a private life; I want to be able to go to 7-11 and not get into a fight with a guy because he saw me in a movie, or not have people hitting on me simply because they saw me in a movie.
I always wanted to be a character actor. I love watching movies where you don't recognize someone because they're so lost in the part.
I played crying people in corsets for a long time, but I went into acting to be a character actor.
I'm a character actor - always have been, always will be - and historically, character actors don't come into their own until later in their professional and chronological lives.
I think I enjoy working obviously as a lead, but also you know I feel I'm also a character actor as well, so I enjoy approaching various projects in all sort of capacities. Any film I have been able to do I feel very fortunate to have been a part of.