I got the first job and kept going. Once I got a job, I very much wanted to keep getting jobs, basically. I did try to learn what I could in those first couple of decades.
I can't really walk down the street as Brian Badonde without someone going, 'Bwark.'
I know deaf people. I have discussed the issues with them I've also thought about them a lot so I have some insights that go a little further than people who haven't had contact with the deaf community.
In Boston they have gone from large autonomous high schools to smaller schools within the same building.
Someone like Roman Polanski comes with a lifetime of achievement, cinematically.
When a horse offers their face to you, they're interested in what you are, what you're doing. They're paying attention.
The action genre is not always the most synonymous with character development.
Maldives has a fun, relaxed and approachable vibe. I think I have a similar personality.
I have a ton of cousins on my mom's side of the family, and we would put on shows together all the time and put on costumes, and we even charged our parents money.
The best movie for me is a science fiction movie, the best books for me are science fiction books. I love this stuff.
I benefit from the Mr. Potato Head syndrome. Put a wig and a nose and glasses on me, and I disappear.
I think most families have a few secrets or some strange aspect to their history. We're all fascinated by family dynamics, but I'd much rather sit in an audience and watch someone else's problems!
I am a very judgmental person. Of myself and other people. I recognise it's a great fault, but I have no power over that.
I want to keep continuously going through all the pages in the book of being an actor.
I always used to wonder why American actors were getting fat, then I made a U.S. movie. I'm seeing all the food every day, and there's lots of waiting around because making an American movie is very slow.
It was a JOB; the video show was a JOB; you don't tell the Aristocrats joke at 8 o'clock at night on network tv, it would be funny though. But those guys know I like dirty stuff, I like clean stuff too.
I did a Sour Patch Kids commercial. First they're sour, then they're sweet. The Sour Patch Kid throws eggs at me, at my front door, and then comes over and gives me a hug at the end. I also did a Sony PlayStation commercial. They don't give you anything. I thought I was gonna get Sour Patch Kids; I thought I was gonna get a PlayStation.
The way you can see what an actor brings to a role is you turn the sound off. Everything else becomes subtext, the wink and the nod, and the attitude and all that kind of stuff is a little easier to see with the sound off.
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