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I have my moments of insecurity and figuring out what's going on and what I'm supposed to do, but if you don't push yourself, you're not growing, so where do you go?
I don't believe in twisting yourself into knots of excuses and explanations over the food you make.
Authenticity doesn't just mean you're not filtering what you're saying, it's about being able to know and access the best parts of yourself and bring them forward.
With any role, you're extending yourself and acting out things that never happened to you.
There are two schools of thought: There are those actors who explain to you that they know exactly how they're going to do the part... And then there is the other method, which is to have no method at all. This is mine.
I don't necessarily think that the world should know everything, and even if you consider yourself to be extremely honest, that doesn't mean you have to blurt everything out all the time.
When you start acting as a child, you grow up ahead of your movies.
You don't have to always write about big stuff. Writing is about expressing yourself, you know? It can be about small stuff, too.
To General McChrystal, those men on his team are his family. You know, these guys, they would do anything. They would die for each other.