That’s just what acting is. You just look at what’s going on and what I do is just fool myself into believing that it’s happening. Did you fall in love with me? Yeah, Aubrey, I fell in love with you. I fell in love with you too. I know, you told me. Cool.
The opportunities keep getting better and the scripts keep getting more interesting and the people I get to work with get more and more awesome. It’s a kind of whirlwind and I try to keep moving forward because I think if I spend too much time looking back, it would become almost unfathomable, really.
I think what’s really, really, really fun for me about what I do is it’s this never ending quest to get better. Acting is this thing, that I will always want to be better at, and I will never be as good as I want to be. It’s this imperfect art where you can just strive and strive and strive, and try different things and try to find a way to do it — does this work, does that work? And that’s what fun and exciting about it.
“I thought maybe I would never act. I had no expectation to ever work. I’m a very realistic person, so I was very aware that the statistics were against me. In school, they prepare you to be unsuccessful. They talk about the struggle of it and how to get by…”