When you look to the past, don't sit and dwell on your regrets. Instead, focus on the things you learned from each experience and how they may enrich your future. Use the past not as something to hold you back, but as a method for reaffirming the drive to move forward on your chosen path.
During my childhood, I was surrounded by actors and all I remember is they were fun to be around. That kind of sticks.
If you do something and it proves to be a success, then people go 'get him to do that type of thing again, but only slightly different'. Either you do that or you go 'No! I want to play a leprous, lesbian dwarf from Guatemala!' But those parts just aren't coming to me.
I grew up in an acting family. I was heavily discouraged from doing it myself when I was young, which is the only responsible route to take with any child, because its not necessarily the easiest of lives.
Adult actors are really childish, and thats nice to be around when youre a kid. So the big reason I wanted to be an actor was I really enjoyed actors company - which probably makes me about as shallow as a puddle. But it could be worse. I could be working for a living.
Ask Mother for advice on breaking into show business.
Gay nightclubs offer better dance music.
Acting is a cruel enough business. One minute everyones going Hey! and the next theyre going Who?. You certainly dont need people knowing your private business, especially if you want to come out with your head still attached.
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