Sure I think it is healthy to speak the truth, and be who you are, and be proud of that.
Look, I'm over 40, I'm single, and I work in musical theater - you do the math!
Hollywood... Real diamonds, fake breasts.
I have my aluminum siding business, and that's going like a house afire.
I have to accept the fact that, no matter what I do, it's going to annoy someone.
There's a freedom there and an understanding of my career and the things I've done. I'm seen here as primarily a comic actor, which is OK, but I can go to New York and I do something that's very emotional. It would be lovely at some point to do something like that on film.
I dont know why everybody is giving Prince Harry a hard time. Hes like every other red-blooded American man - he wants to get drunk and go out with hookers.
People always think I'm Jewish and changed my last name from Rabinowitz
There doesn't seem to be a lot of middle ground with me
A sitcom is the closest thing for me to doing stage because you work in front of an audience, and if it's well written it can be very satisfying.
I never like seeing myself on screen.
I don't know what goes on in their heads out in Hollywood.
I want the kind of career where I can move back and forth.
Kevin Costner. I love Kevin Costner. That's all I have to say. I love Kevin Costner.
My mom was Jewish, so some would call me Jewish.
I'm really an honorary Jew, you know; all the best people are. I really do feel Jewish, even though I'm a Catholic. The way the Church has been behaving, I'm happy to be Jewish.
Not to sound too pessimistic, but I just don't see me having the film career that I maybe hoped for after 'The Birdcage.' I think people just didn't know what to do with me.
'The Producers' is a sort of a once in a lifetime kind of phenomenon, and I was grateful to be a part of it.
The reason I was in most of the movies I've done is that they paid for me to be in the theater.
What about Broadway? Yes, I'm involved with a new musical based on 'The Adams Family.'
He's so interesting because you think you know Dennis Hopper, but you don't really know Dennis Hopper. I don't really know Dennis Hopper, I just know him from the silver screen.
I was born Joseph Lane, but when I applied to the actors union, they said they already had a Joe Lane on the books and I'd have to change my last or first name. I had played the character of Nathan Detroit, whom I liked very much, in 'Guys and Dolls,' so I took the name Nathan.
A video taped stage performance is just - you know, it's never gonna be the same as it is if you're sitting there live in the theatre.
One of the nicest compliments I would get very often on the street is people would say, 'I love you on 'The Good Wife.' I just can't tell whether I should like you or hate you!'
If you've seen Mary Poppins and The Grinch, come to the Booth Theater and let me shove a little coal down your stocking.
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