I'm much more proud of being a father than being an actor.
You can't undo the past... but you can certainly not repeat it.
I'm staggered by the question of what it's like to be a multimillionaire. I always have to remind myself that I am.
I am a sensitive guy. People think they know the real me, but they don't. And then they write things that make me sound like such a jerk.
I hate working out. I work out for films solely. I associate working out with films. As soon as they stop, I stop working out.
Fifty is the new forty. I always thought my best work would come in the years forty to sixty, if I was fortunate enough to hang around - and it is hard to stick around.
Who I am as a father is far more important to me than the public perception.
I am baffled to understand why the things that I saw happening in Iraq, really good things happening in Iraq, are not being reported on.
I'm not an action hero anymore, and I think it would be inappropriate for me to compare anything that happens in Hollywood and the entertainment industry to the tragic loss of life on September 11th.
The Iraqi people want to live in a world where they can move from their homes to the market and not have to fear being killed. I mean, doesn't everybody want that?
(on his planned film about the Iraq war) The movie is about these guys who do what they are asked for very little money to defend and fight for what they consider to be freedom.
I thought about signing up but my friends told me I was too old. I called the White House, called President (George Bush) and asked what I could do. So I got involved with the national foster care program.
Hair loss is God's way of telling me I'm human.
No, I am not in favor of the war in Iraq, so let me stop you right there. I am not pro-war but what I am is that, I like to support the young men and women who are over there participating in the war.
I happen to live in Los Angeles and it is probably one of the most toxic environments on earth. People live here and they know that the air is poisonous. They know that children are affected by the air in Los Angeles. They say that growing up in Los Angeles is the equivalent of smoking a pack and a half of cigarettes throughout your entire childhood. It's horrific when you can actually look at the air and see it.
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