“There’s something really exciting about playing someone where you’re given license to be unpredictable.”
- There were definitely dark nights when you’re like, ‘Maybe joining the military wasn’t such a good idea.’ But, in a way, it was the best training to be an actor.
- There’s a kind of immediacy that comes with being constantly connected that I don’t really relate to in my generation.
- There’s so much emphasis on Daniel Day-Lewis and his process, which is appropriately his own. But I was just blown away by his generosity as an actor. He’s so giving as an actor that he just naturally commands the focus on set.
- There’s something really exciting about playing someone where you’re given license to be unpredictable.
- There’s such an emphasis on having a character be likable. I don’t think it would be helpful if I worried about that. I mean, not everyone’s likable.
- Through theater and acting school, I found a way to articulate myself.
- We don’t understand why we’re here, no one’s giving us an answer, religion is vague, your parents can’t help because they’re just people, and it’s all terrible, and there’s no meaning to anything.
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