Here’s what the 35-year-old Revenge actor had to share with the mag:
On the hardest part of being an actor: “If I am being honest, the hardest part of my job is having enough confidence to carry me through the lean times in my career, or even just through a difficult time on set. Just getting out of my own way and off my own case is the hardest part. I could give a more palatable answer, but it wouldn’t be as true. And I suppose I think it’s worth saying, because I would rather have people know the truth that this business can kind of wear you down, and you will probably always struggle with your confidence. If you don’t, you’re not human. So I can put a brave face on this, but what’s the point? The truth is: Darn, it’s hard sometimes, but you just gotta do it anyway.”
On his acting career in the next five years: “I would mostly like to do comedy, I think. I mean, look, I will do anything that I am moved by. I don’t have any particular film goal. I just would like to do things that make me laugh or tearfully relate. I can say that there are characters and films that have done that for me—have moved me and made me laugh—but they have already been made and I wouldn’t be right for those roles. I just hope, one day, to be a part of something like that, something that moves me. Something like, The Master or Fight Club or Punch-Drunk Love—stuff like that.”
On his greatest achievement: “I like to think—and I could be wrong—that if I were gone, people would miss me, and I like to think that’s because of the quality of our friendship. Making these beautiful connections in this short life, that means more to me than any job I could get or money I could make. Being a good friend (and I could still be a better one to certain people). Loving and being worthy of love is my greatest accomplishment. My greatest accomplishment is something a puppy can do.”
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