“Costume people are always saying they don’t have clothes big enough for me.”
- At Juilliard, suddenly I was reading these great plays that could articulate the ways I was feeling in the Marine Corps, and that felt very therapeutic, by putting words to feelings, in a big way.
- By the time I got into Juilliard, I was working at a Target distribution warehouse. It didn’t make anything, it just shipped things, and my job was just to stand there and look at the security codes on the back of trucks and see if they would lock, and check them in.
- College wasn’t something I saw myself doing.
- Costume people are always saying they don’t have clothes big enough for me.
- Emphasis in the Marine Corps isn’t on talking about your feelings.
- Even on your hiatus, you feel like you need to keep the character in the back of your brain.
- For me, becoming a man had a lot to do with learning communication, and I learned about that by acting.
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