I try to have a normal life since I have an abnormal job.
I thought it's very funny that I ended up as a voiceover guy because when I started out as an actor, I had a very strong Long Island accent.
On a movie set, there's so much down time, adjusting the lighting. It gave me time to nap, call my friends, relax, work out. But with TV, there's no break time. None.
I'm sure that President Trump will do plenty of things that people don't like, plenty of things people do like, and the people who don't like it, at that point, certainly take advantage of your rights and protest it - and try to seek change or do whatever you want.
I've been doing this for 33 years, and sometimes you make movies and nobody cares. But when people care, it's the greatest thing in the world - even when it's passionately against the title - because it's going to start a conversation.
All these big corporations like Amazon, those places have great distribution arms, but they can't create content.
To anybody who says to me, 'I'm in character,' I say, 'You should be in an asylum.' If you don't know that you're pretending, then you should really seek medical help. I don't have patience for that stuff.
If I'm not going to bet on myself, why would anyone else bet on me.
I had cooked a lot in restaurants, in Rocky Point and on golf courses on Long Island, and my mother said, 'Be a chef,' and my dad said, 'Be a lawyer.' But instead, I auditioned for N.Y.U.'s Tisch School of the Arts.
As far as actors go, you're not going to find many ballplayers better than me.
Why should a filmmaker turn over the irreplaceable asset, the movie, to a distribution center?
The actors in 'Eight Men Out' really know how to play, and the background athletes are all professionals.