As an actor, it's my job to make everything interesting and exciting and new. If I'm not doing my job well, then I'm stealing.
There's a relationship in the reality with how theater is presented - you can't experience that anywhere else. When you mess up, you mess up obviously, when you sweat, you sweat obviously, when you cry, you cry obviously. There's no hiding in theater.
As far as behind the scenes, I absolutely want to get into making my own films and producing my own things.
One of the great things about being an actor is it serves a short attention span, which is something I have.
You know, I've never been a comic book person, just because that's not my gig and I don't have a television.