I was trying to play as real possible - I wanted everything to be real.
The workload is so heavy you forget about thinking, it just kind of happens.
Fame for fame's sake is never a good road to go down.
Honestly, I grew up with Disney.
I wouldn't say that I was ever a fan of MTV. I was a guy on MTV. I don't think I was ever in the demographic of people who watch MTV. I never really watched MTV, so I'm definitely not a fan of 'Jersey Shore' or anything.
I'm carrying a gun, and there's usually a corpse, so I think that may have something to do with it.
I have to reign in my personality a little bit. Sometimes you want to go more colorful, but that's not my job on the [Grimm] show. My job is to be the center of the show, and the further you move out the more it can get wild.
You learn these little tricks for stage fighting, which are really tiny and you wouldn't think of them, but it makes all the difference in the world. I love it!
The director of the [Grimm] pilot called me in. I had worked on a pilot called Love Bites with him, and the producers I worked on with on Hot In Cleveland, so they knew me from comedic worlds, and they wanted someone who could be light too. Because it is pretty heavy.
I don't drink now, I'm too busy. It sucks.
The reluctant hero is always fun to play.
In episodic TV you have to keep things secret to keep the viewer in suspense.
I wouldn't say I'm the anchor, I'm the one person who sees everyone at work - I don't get to see a lot of people outside of work too much because I'm there all the time. Everyone asks me "how you doing, have you slept?" so I know I'm working long hours.
My mom told me to do whatever I wanted to do and don't get too anxious about it.
We've been everywhere around Northwest. I was biking until the clouds came. We'll go in the woods, we'll go up and down the river. I love the woods in Sandy, but it's an hour away, so I don't love that.
The hardest thing about doing a series and having it stick is that you've never performed with each other, and the pilot is kind of a dress rehearsal, and you don't know the tone until two or three episodes in.
I'm not doing a Mulder, there was no character reference-point. I think Mark Buchman shot it very David Fincher, but we did not know what the [X-Files] show was going to be.
Every time I see David Giuntoli on set, it feels like there's a huge load off his shoulders, because when it's me, it's real and it's flirtatious and it seems like it's way more fun.
Heading the show very thrilling personally, and an incredibly rare opportunity for growth on many levels in terms of workload and just pure skill. It's been fantastic.
I was part of Quintuplets, I played a cat - this is my first drama.
One of my first gigs was as a guest star, and I was supposed to be a big imposing character.
I think the show [Grimm] became a little more procedural following the pilot, and I didn't know that would happen. Recently more of the mythology has crept in, and the characters are starting to bloom.
I live in Portland now. It's beautiful from day one. The Food and the beer, and no sales tax. Get your iPad while you're here.
There's a lot of great stuff on TV.
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