Zitat des Tages von Chris Messina:
I did a lot of small black-box theater in New York when I was starting out. I'd get a group of actors together to do workshops and readings. And I ended up directing three or four productions.
I like romance in films. I like love in films.
I would love to close my eyes and see myself with my girlfriend when we're 99 years old and I have a pipe and she's knitting a sweater, and I hope that's the way it goes. I think it's a challenge every day.
I haven't watched a lot of television, but when I was kid, I watched 'All in the Family,' and I liked Archie and Edith a lot.
As corny as it sounds, I'm often pinching myself going, 'What great opportunities and great parts and great people that I've gotten to work with.'
I don't have much interest in gingerbread houses - except in eating them.
I'm not a cook. I don't think I ever will be.
That is the fun of being an actor. You play all different kinds of people.
One of the interesting parts of being on a television show is you often don't know the fate of your character until you're reading the script. I always look forward to finding out.
I am a big fan of movies from the '70s.
It's always flattering when somebody you really respect and like wants you to be involved in their project - let alone writes a part with your voice in mind.
I like to eat.
I was in a movie called 'Before & After' with Meryl Streep. I was edited out of the movie, but no one told me. I think I was 18 or 19 years old. I sat across from her and asked her every question about acting. I completely embarrassed myself.
I don't know if women gravitate toward me, or I gravitate toward them.
I was so bad in school that acting gave me some kind of identity and gave me a home.
I'm from Long Island. Strong Island.
I'm lucky to just be a working actor. There are so many great actors out there and I'm just lucky to have gotten work.