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My dad always played a lot of music, so I heard him playing all the time, and then I decided that I wanted to learn…
I’ve done movies I’m very proud of, but there’s always a sense of: ‘Come see this shiny new car!’ The question I hate the most…
I was never much of a singer. I was terrible. It’s embarrassing: I was trying to sound like everybody else. I went through a big…
I was in bands, but they were punk bands, and you plug in the guitars, you turn them up really loud, you’ve got four or…
When I’m creating a character, I don’t see it so much as playing someone else as just playing a specific part of myself under certain…
I think that when you decide to dedicate yourself to creative endeavors and surround yourself with people who are creative, you very quickly learn how…
My dad was a huge Bob Dylan fan, so we listened to his music, Cat Stevens, Simon & Garfunkel, and all that kind of stuff.
My dad was a doctor, but he was just always, like, going from hospital to hospital for some reason.
I’ve never been much of a guitarist. I mean, I’ve played forever, but I was always more of a rhythm kind of guy. I don’t…
I think that’s why often people in creative fields can feel so alone is because there’s a constant third eye, that constant watcher.
I think it’s good to be a little more fearless in saying what you feel. In not being scared of the repercussions of that.
I started playing guitar at, like, 12 or 13 and just rock bands mostly. I had a punk rock band and hard core bands and…
I started off thinking that I just needed one shot to prove myself, but then I realised that I was only going to learn about…
I played guitar and bass. I didn’t do much vocals, although I did have one band where I was the lead singer. But that was…
I had an audition where Josh Brolin was pelting me with his personality. I didn’t get the part.
I get attached to things: I wear the same jeans for a year.
I don’t know if they were all functioning, but I did play in a bunch of bands.
A movie set is like a petri dish for neuroses, you know? It’s just, like, egos and weird personalities and, more than anything, fear.
I grew up in a very devoutly Christian home.
With Shakespeare, there’s no subtext; you’re speaking exactly what you’re thinking constantly.
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