Absolutely, ‘Rabbit Hole’ gave me a nice first introduction into film acting.
I’ve played drums in bands since I was 16.
I’m still waiting for my first big Hollywood paycheck… maybe I’ll play a superhero.
I grew up in a very small town in Florida, like, 7,000 people.
When I was in high school, there was ‘Superbad’ and ‘The Girl Next Door’ and ‘Wedding Crashers’ and all these great movies. You hope to be a part of something that’s smart, funny and in that Todd Phillips-vein. You want to make something like ‘Superbad.’ That movie was so good and so funny.
The makers of ’21 and Over’ have been screening it, and I’m getting a lot of comparisons to a young Vince Vaughn.
‘Footloose’ is a fun movie. If you do it right, people should leave wanting to dance.
I used to have a big crush on Andie MacDowell.
I always had ambition. I always knew I was going to go to college. I could party and do that stuff, but I always got straight A’s and a 4.0 and all that.
For me, I still have feelings for all of my ex-girlfriends. In different parts of my life, I would miss that person. There’s something that drew me to that person, and I shared something with them.
I’ve always felt like I can dance.
I don’t know if there’s an actors’ slow-pitch softball league I could join. My agency has a team, but they say it would be a conflict of interest for the people they rep to play because I could hit a pop-up and they’d have to drop it on purpose.
First play I ever did was ‘Footloose.’ I played the part of Willard when I was 16. I think I wore my drama teacher’s jeans and her belt – that’s how small I was. I know a lot of Willard’s back story from the musical that’s not explored in the film. Like he’s got this whole relationship with his mama, and he sings this song ‘Mama Says.’
When I was in middle school, I always did well in school, but teachers either loved me or absolutely hated me.
My second grade teacher told me I would never graduate high school. That I was going to be a juvenile delinquent.