I was born in Mount Kisco, New York-although my family was living in the Bronx at the time. That's just where I decided to be born.
I never thought I actually could be an actor. I was always pretty shy and quiet.
I loved the theatre-my dad gave me many plays and books to read. The dramatic form just spoke to me.
I taught for a semester, but couldn't work out my teaching schedule with my acting schedule because they just didn't jive. So, I had to make a decision. And by sheer luck, I'm sure, I have not stopped working as an actor.
It's very important to know the history and region going into it.
I try to make all my work as honest as possible. I want the audience to feel like they're watching two people talking-having a conversation-as opposed to watching actors fake it. I want the audience to get lost in the fact that this is so good it could be real.
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