“When I happened to get into school, I felt like I could approach it as aggressively as things in the military.”
- 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.
- What is a struggle is that acting isn’t a place where you go to work and you do that thing. There aren’t set boundaries, like an office, where you go and work. For me, the work is always on my mind.
- When I happened to get into school, I felt like I could approach it as aggressively as things in the military.
- When I read for ‘Girls,’ I was like, ‘The script says ‘Handsome Carpenter,’ so someone else is going to get the part. They’ll have someone handsome, not me.’
- When you get out of the Marine Corps, you feel like you can do anything.
- With ‘Girls’… I feel like there’s an impulse to try to make it look better or neater or more perfect, and when I watch theater, television, movies, it’s always the imperfection I’m always more attracted to.
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