I really see Compton as a place with a lot of opportunity. It has a rich history, a strong community that has a strong sense of pride.
You need a strong sense of 'otherness' to be able to create in your life.
Narcissists - people with an inflated self-concept and a strong sense of uniqueness and superiority - seek attention and affirmation on Facebook.
Our family were outsiders, and I've always had a sense of the outsider, the underdog, and a strong sense of justice towards people who are excluded.
I think there is a very strong sense of Irish identity, and I think partly that's to do with the fact that we have evolved differently from Britain and other countries in Europe.
People love authenticity in comedy and, coming from a region, you get a very strong sense of place. They can place you straight away, so they can relax.
I read 'Crime and Punishment' years ago and don't recall the details of it, but I do retain a strong sense of the creeping paranoia and panic.
You have to have a strong sense of self in this business - otherwise they're going to spit you out.
Unfortunately, I think I drifted so much growing up that I don't have a strong sense of identity. I don't feel at home anywhere, and because of that, I think I'm more of a chameleon.
I always have a very strong sense of shaming oneself, and you can do that a lot in the public eye, so it's best avoided at all costs I think.