I didn't have any success in show business until I was 30 to 31 years of age.
Rumours are a part of show business.
I never grew up with heroes in show business. My hero was my father.
I always smoked cigars. I've smoked cigars with everybody in show business.
I'm not sure if I've learned anything from show business. Life in general has taught me if you're kind to people, everything gets easier. Being a decent person really smoothes the way for you and everyone else.
In show business, there's a lot of time when you're under contract, and you're not allowed to talk about things.
I'd still like to see 'Survivor' minus the planned show-biz parts. That would be the purest form of show business - I want to see someone so hungry that they eat somebody else's foot.
My parents weren't involved in show business, but my parents would show me. We'd watch old films in the house. Little film festivals of Westerns and stuff like that when I was a kid. I knew I wanted to be those guys in those movies before I knew what being an actor was.
I started out as an actor, where you seek to understand yourself using the words of great writers and collaborating with other creative people. Then I slid into show business, where you seek only an audience's approval whether you deserve it or not.
Am I a homophobe? Look, I work in show business. I am awash in gay people, as colleagues and as friends.