When you go in and do a cool, small character, it feels less like work and more like fun.
The big things I’ve had are things I bought myself.
My theory is, independent movies only work if you’re willing to push the material and do something different.
Nobody believes it, but I slept on a futon till I was 13.
My parents were hippies.
I wanted to be a professional baseball player.
I had a very modest upbringing.
Even the great bad guys in cinema history, they’re likable.
I didn’t do the typical things that young kids do.
My mom just understands about stuff. We have a really good trust, and she knows I can take care of myself.
But I’ve consistently worked for 10 years.
Like, they know that I have a habit of rubbing my earlobes, I’ve been doing it since I was two.
I think some people are on a mission to die, and I never was.
I wasn’t ever good enough to be on the baseball team and that sort of stuff.
Even in my darkest times I knew I had a good future ahead of me.