Coming from Australia and playing rugby, you just think that soccer is a bit soft, but I'll tell you what, it's not. It's rough as guts.
I'm a bit of a thrill-seeker. I used to race mountain bikes when I was a kid. I did the national circuit for two years.
I grew up spear-fishing, so I've always had a breath hold.
Every audition, I still get nervous. I still get sweaty palms. I don't think that ever goes away. You just get accustomed to it.
You're dealing immense, acute amounts of fear, which makes the rest of life a little bit easier. You don't sweat the small stuff so much.
Free-diving is all about dealing with anxiety. I've blacked out a few times. I've had big black-outs.
I think actors should stay grounded and humble and open.
I've gone from being a brilliant captain of a TV soccer team to an average rugby player on a real team. I've gotten so used to ruling the roost and just saying whatever the hell I wanted, and I had to get back to reality.
When you're on a boat, 15 nautical miles off the coast and you're with a bunch of fishermen, they don't give two shits about who you are.
One of the gifts of being an actor is that you get to learn new things see the world through different eyes.
I don't think acting should be all-encompassing. So, when I'm not shooting, I'll go down to Mexico on a spear-fishing trip for a couple of weeks, or I'll go to the Coral Sea, or I'll go to Panama, or wherever.
Acting has always been my passion. It's always been my love, and I've always done it, since I was a kid.
Free-diving is all about being lean, being super-flexible, and having a good breath hold.
My strength is my distance. I can swim two-and-a-half soccer fields on one breath.
When you're an actor, you're mollycoddled and you're treated with kid gloves.
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