TV is a writer’s medium.
I love ‘Mad Men’ & ‘Nip Tuck.’
The truth is, unlike TV and film cameras, the theater stage doesn’t add 10 pounds.
In all kinds of ways, I used to be really, really hard on myself.
At a certain point, you try to avoid reading feedback or blogs because there’s always the risk of reading some sort of negative stuff that can be hard to hear.
My appreciation for cooking and healthy living came from watching my best friend die from liver cancer in 2008. I realized that I needed to make some big changes if I wanted to be around for a long time, so now I’m more cautious of how much I eat, what I’m eating, and how often.
The reality shows are getting worse and worse. They’re out of control and have been for some time.
I’m not one of those actors who lies about their age.
I am completely grateful and pleased for the attention and the recognition I’ve received for playing the roles that I’ve played.
The weird thing about working in television is that you only see the people that you’re in scenes with.
I love how Jamie Oliver makes seasonal, local foods in a rustic way, without a lot of fuss.
I know my boyfriend loves to have something to hold onto. There’s a lot of men out there who do.
There is a large group that’s not represented on television – the group that falls somewhere in the middle of straight and gay. That group is looked down on, because people say, ‘You can’t be in-between. You have to pick one or the other.’
I’m always going to support the LGBT community and equal rights for the LGBT community.
I’ve never been very cookie cutter. If I choose something different from the status quo, it’s my responsibility and my choice to live my life that way.