You have to be a xenophile at heart to be a true New Yorker.
It was interesting doing impressions as somebody else doing impressions. Normally, I’ll do a voice, and it’s me doing the voice. To have to be Robin Williams doing the voice was an interesting sort of study in getting into somebody’s head.
‘The Stooges’ used to be ubiquitous, back in the ’60s and ’70s. They were on TV all the time, but they’re not on so much anymore. Kids aren’t getting the chance to watch them, not to mention the fact that kids don’t really necessarily relate to black-and-white stuff.
I’m not a comedian, I’m an actor.
I’m pretty handy in the kitchen. But my wife’s the real genius.
I’m a huge fan of the ‘James Bond’ genre.
I’m barely reading the ‘New York Times!’ But I do try to keep abreast of things.
I work in L.A. from time to time.
I would beg, borrow, and steal to live in N.Y.C.
I started watching ‘The Stooges’ religiously and obsessively when I was probably about four or five years old till around the age of 18.
I’m what you call a good, old-fashioned working actor who has had delusions of grandeur for my entire career and has known what I want to do, but there’s a lot going on out there. There are a lot fewer films being made, and there’s a lot of competition.
If I could rub a genie and anything could happen? Truthfully, my other love, and this is a complete 180, but I’d love to do a spy or an espionage pic, like a James Bond movie.
In a pinch, when my leather shoes need a quick shine, I take the inside of a banana peel and rub it on the leather like I would a shoe wax. Then I spit-shine it and buff it with a cloth, and my shoes look great.