I really feel like a regular dude who happens to be incredibly lucky.
Those first few weeks, I was a nervous wreck. I wanted to be good from when I first started because I didn't want to be labeled as a bad actor.
When I first started, I wasn't really into movies that much unless it was an action-packed, gunslinger with naked women here and there.
I went there and helped him shuffle pictures of people, and one of the agents asked me if I was interested in acting. Of course, I was a little bit interested in it; I'm sure that's part of the reason I moved to L.A. even though I never admitted it to myself.
Finally, you get the job, and you think you'll be dancing on the ceiling, but I just wanted to go take a nap. It was just like a weight had been lifted off or something.
I love football and beer and have a normal girlfriend.
I don't know, you know all through high school I just knew I wanted to do it.
You know, it takes a while to get used to - it's a whole group of people with all these ideas and after you sort of navigate your way through the first few episodes it becomes collaborative and creative.
The whole experience of working on this movie was so fun, and I had more fun working on that than I've had on anything else. I had more fun working than on my days off.
There's a tendency to fall into certain habits, but if you tell yourself not to do that and if you don't stay there too long - I think if you start staying for too long, you tend to fall into certain bad habits, and I tried not to do that.
The thing I can say about all this stuff that's going on right now is that I appreciate it.