Frankly, if people aren’t going to cast me because I’m queer, than I don’t want to work with them.
Anyone who loses a parent, you have to find those parts of yourself that your parent held true in themselves, especially if they’re supportive parents.
I wanted really to make it moment to moment, partly because I’m an actor and that’s how I operate – actors are all about creating the moment.
Acting is like going to the gym. You have to keep yourself in shape and concentrate on your core.
Everyone tells us you really don’t know what you’re capable of till you’re in the middle of it.
In our culture I think most people think of grief as sadness, and that’s certainly part of it, a large part of it, but there’s also this thorniness, these edges that come out.
Labels are for cans, not people.
There is only one you for all time. Fearlessly be yourself.