Everyone always says, 'When you look at a boy band, one of them has to be gay.' No, they don't.
At my house, it's an, 'If dad says it, you can say it' kind of deal, so a lot of my slang words come off very childish at this point in my career.
My favorite thing about being famous... it's not really as big of a deal as everybody says it is. Being on the road is tough, doing interviews, and all the stuff. It's still pretty tough.
My mom says that when I was a little kid, I always used to say I wanted to be an actor, but I don't remember that.
In high school, my English teacher Celeste McMenamin introduced me to the great novels and Shakespeare and taught me how to write. Essays, poetry, critical analysis. Writing is a skill that was painful then but a love of mine now.
How you deal with adversity says a lot about the kind of players you've got and the kind of team we've got.
One thing my wife says is bad about me, is that I still care too much.
I love writing but hate starting. The page is awfully white, and it says, 'You may have fooled some of the people some of the time, but those days are over, giftless. I'm not your agent, and I'm not your mommy; I'm a white piece of paper. You wanna dance with me?' and I really, really don't. I'll go peaceable-like.
Doing Shakespeare in the Park has always been a dream. Everyone else says Hamlet, but I want to play Romeo.
The function of the killer and watching him - whatever that says about the world in which we live - it was always more about that world than it was about the actual watching.