Sometimes you have to sacrifice because you see what the end goal is. When you have a dream and you want to get it done, you can't wait on other people.
I think the biggest lesson that I've learned is that no one owes you anything. It doesn't matter if you've worked with this person, or you have a piece of work that you think is great. It doesn't mean they're going to agree with you and give you money to do it.
I like being able to put out my own content instead of just going from audition to audition and just waiting and hoping.
I've been broke more than I've been rich. I like being in the middle way better.
I don't take Hollywood too seriously. I have kids that don't give a damn about what I'm shooting, they just want dinner. So that keeps me grounded.
As far as drug abuse and all that - listen, this is Hollywood. I don't know how I was able to avoid it, but I'm lucky that I did.
There are bigger stars out there than me. But I went through my s-, as people do as they get older.
Going through your late teens and early 20s is not an easy time, especially in Hollywood. So you just learn your lessons, you make your mistakes and you move on.
You take the constructive criticism, because without the fans you would have no show.
You have to stick to your guns for what your vision is.
I'll continue to act when the roles are available, and when I get offered something. But creating original content on my YouTube channel and not having to go through networks or studios, the freedom you have to just do it online, I'm never giving that up.
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