Being a child star is great. It's being a former child star that sucks.
My motto in life is, 'If anything is worth doing, it's worth overdoing.'
My favorite pastime is to write.
The fact is, I made $400 a week and only for 26 weeks a year. I never had any money.
There's no longevity in me telling old stories on the radio.
Now it seems like people want to do damage to young celebrities. They want to find them doing bad things. They encourage them.
People ask me, what was your rock bottom? I say, pick.
There are all of these people that say, my mommy doesn't love me enough, my daddy doesn't hug me enough. There are some people that would want to coddle them somewhere. I want them to shut up and stop whining.
My behavior is humiliating.
I'm really going to miss me.
I am a proud participant of the Spencer Tracy School of Acting: Know your lines, don't bump into the furniture.
Well, anything you want to make public is your public business.
There are people, radio talk show hosts, those kind of people, it's their job to only have one opinion, they can't tell you about their feelings. They have to go with what pays their bills.
There's nothing like turning on the radio and listening to the high-speed chase that you're leading police on!
Being an ex-child star is not a given.
I often say television is not a job for grown men. You go to a set, they pick out your clothes for you, they tell you where to stand, what to say, and your chair has your name on it in case you can't find a place to sit.
I think I would have had less tumult in my life if I hadn't grown up in my particular house.
If you have an impossible dream, a dream that cannot be fulfilled, the friendly thing for me to do is to put a stop to you wasting your life at it.
If a car came through a window anywhere near me, I'd be freaking out for three days!
I was married for 18 years to a woman who wanted me to get sober for all 18 years and I never did. She finally came to her senses and divorced me.
It's funny, because I'm a man of strong opinions and when I make one, I stand by it even if it starts to appear incorrect to me after a while.
When I was living on the street I would be standing out in front of Grauman's Chinese Theater, leaning against my car and signing autographs and nobody had any idea that I was living in it.
I take great solace that Einstein failed math. I failed math. I also failed English and home economics. Einstein was an underachiever.
I say this with no fear of contradiction. Jonas Barnes is absolutely, positively the funniest stand-up comic I have ever seen. Of course, I almost never leave my home. Jonas is a great guy and was a big help to me.
There is a weirdness about having a famous pre-pubescent in the house when you are going through the trials and tribulations of adolescence.
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