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The rain probably dampened the spirits of those that decided not to come. But the people who were here didn't know it was raining because they were having so much fun.
Look at what your idea of success would be. The more that you take in external motivators, the more it reduces your ultimate satisfaction because it doesn't come from inside.
Invented the #hashtag.
I love 'Boardwalk Empire.' I really love that world. I love that style. I love all the actors on it.
I think as an actor, you're constantly putting yourself out there, and a lot of times failing - and failing in front of a bunch of people - and sometimes you have a good moment and something clicks.
As corny as it sounds, I'm often pinching myself going, 'What great opportunities and great parts and great people that I've gotten to work with.
If you cry too much on screen, you're crying for the audience.
What's monotonous about being an actor and often makes me want to throw in the towel or drive a car off a bridge is the auditioning - the waiting around.
It's always flattering when somebody you really respect and like wants you to be involved in their project - let alone writes a part with your voice in mind.
I'm from another time period. E-mailing sometimes, for me, is difficult.
Ultimately, making movies, if you don't have a big star, it's hard to do. Or if it's not a star director.
I've spent so much of my youth trying to change people or change girls and then having it done to me and people wanting me to change.
I'm from Long Island. Strong Island.
I like funny things, but I don't find myself particularly funny.
I am a big fan of movies from the ’70s.
I'm lucky to just be a working actor. There are so many great actors out there and I'm just lucky to have gotten work.
There's been a lot of times that I thought I'd never work again; I was really bummed out.
Well, it's always strange to kiss someone with 10, 20, 40 people around.
When you do a play, you do it for a couple months, and it just gets in your bones. You can learn about somebody that way.
I think Aaron Sorkin is like Shakespeare. When you go through it, there is a rhythm and clues all over the place of how it should be played.
I'm not a cook. I don't think I ever will be.
Nothing is as it seems; everything is as you allow it to be