I think that anybody that smiles automatically looks better.
I grew up loving horses. I was relatively obsessed, starting with my rocking horse at age 2, all the way through my painting and drawing phase.
For me, going away to work is the hardest part of my life and career.
It's always refreshing to step into another time.
I loved acting, I started as a child and it is interesting because I didn't compare myself to others that were doing the same thing. I just felt that I needed to stay focused and stay out of trouble.
But I do love horses. They are such an expression of joy.
I wish I could always look like I've just finished a really good laugh.
I don't want to live in a bubble, in my craft or in the world... I can't, I would be cheating myself out of my generation and the world we live in.
I think that directing is the ultimate martyred task of filmmaking, that it has nobility to it. It takes three years to make a film, for the most part. I think it requires the attentiveness of a mother hen.
I have just enough attention to feel glamorous and important.
When I was about seven, I started touring the globe as part of New York's La MaMa theater company - without my parents!
Because that's what intimacy is: It's a willingness to be vulnerable, a willingness to bite my tongue and a willingness to set an example of what I believe in.
I think the secret to happiness is having a Teflon soul. Whatever comes your way, you either let it slide or you cook with it.
I was raised by free-spirited people, though my father gave me a very strong work ethic.
I think fun is an important part of the entertainment industry, and it should be. Anybody who's not incorporating some of that into their work needs to take a break, go away, and have an attitude adjustment.
I've found there to be a tremendous amount of East Coast snobbery in the journalism world.
When I was growing up in New York City, my father was a taxi driver for a time.
I don't really know how to relate to a long-term day-in day-out kind of comfortable relationship.
I love my work, but there is no price you can put on what you miss when you are away from your kids.
So now I'm left with cigarettes, and I'm trying to scrape that off my shoe and then I'll be done.