I am selfish, but that's an attribute that all artists possess.
I believe how a character eventually turns out is completely attributable to an actor. Even with a meaty role, if I am enacting it as an accessory, I will look like an accessory.
When I don't know what to do with a character, that's when I say yes to it. When it's far away from the way I am, the way I feel or the way I think, that's when it's more attractive.
I wasn't attractive when I was growing up, and I don't think I am now.
I changed my thinking on the whole subject of what it is to be attractive. It's fine, but I know that ultimately what I am and who I am is not cheekbones and a jawline, if you catch my drift. I ultimately know that who I am is not directly proportional to abs or straight teeth.
Sometimes I yell, sometimes I raise my voice. I am trying to do it less, because it's not always attractive. It's not always the right thing to do.
I am always coming up with architectural metaphors when I think about writing. But I think one of the things that draw us to literature is that it gives us this very attractive illusion that there is meaning in the world - things connect.
I almost find it very attractive when a woman has no idea who I am.
There are certainly a billion, ker-trillion girls out there more attractive than I am.
I am happy with my name. It is such an attraction, and it makes people laugh.
I am dominated by one thing, an irresistible, burning attraction towards the abstract.
I am attracting a new audience now, one that is more open and more spiritually inclined.
I'm always attracted to the vulnerable character more than I am the superhero.
NYC is chaotic. And I am attracted to chaos.
Between parts I was too old for and roles that were too overwhelming, out of reach then for my voice. I carved out a niche with the Wagnerian repertoire since I am attracted by its theatrical intensity.
I am not attracted to those politicians who are short on vision and only want to make money. I like those who have vision.
I am attracted to these outsider characters who just don't belong anywhere, and who are operating in worlds they sort of don't fit, coupled with huge ambitions.
I am attracted to characters who are in worlds where they don't belong and who have great ambitions that they imagine will somehow reconcile themselves with the world and make things right.
I am attracted to anything that does not feel derivative.
When a script shows two individuals attracted to each other, why can't they kiss on screen? As far as the scene is honest, not meant to titillate the masses, and, most importantly, I am convinced about it, I am okay with it.