It’s always a shock to me when I get recognized.
My dad’s idea of punishment was to dress me up in all green to disguise me as grass, and then throw me in the pasture. Cows bit me all over.
You go into an audition, you’re either the one or you’re not, and if you’re not, you go home. And I kind of like that. If you’re really good, and you’re the best guy in the room that day, you get the job.
I celebrate masculinity when I’m onstage.
I don’t know much, but I like talking to people who know a lot more than I do.
If you’re the Rolling Stones, you can sing ‘Start Me Up’ for 35 years, and people still cheer.
My parents were really nice to me.
One of the beautiful things about podcasting is that I’m not beholding to some public entity.
Being in quite a few movies… there’s always things that are changing about a film.
Comedy is surprise. Comedy is not something that you can, necessarily, do twice.
As an actor, you’re never busy enough.
Women find men attractive who are aggressive… but later on, they get worried that that aggression, that alpha energy, is going to be turned back against them and their children.
I’m always driven to keep doing something different and better.
If you actually get down to the nitty-gritty of the average Pakistani, the average Indian, the average whoever, what you really do know emotionally is that they’re exactly the same.
Stand-up comedy is all you. It’s your show, it’s your game. You control every aspect of it – of that experience and that expression. There’s really nothing quite as satisfying.