How people interpret my degrees of sexiness is out of my hands.
There's never a surefire good career move except doing good work.
There are two kinds of people in this world: Michael Jackson fans and losers.
Three or four years ago, I got really caught up in the movies people were making, the opportunities they were getting, and I was looking at them with bitterness.
It's sad and upsetting when you see somebody crying hysterically, but at the same time it's real funny.
All of my activities are so pedestrian. The extreme sport I play is ping pong. And we play it hard. If any of you suckers want to step up to the table, be ready.
I firmly believe in marriage. It's a real important decision that takes a lot of dedication and time. If you're thinking about divorce. You shouldn't get married.
I mean, we make a 15-minute show that's incredibly silly, even though all of our scenic designers, puppet builders. animators, everybody that works on the show take their work very seriously. So somebody saying that we'd even be in contention for a very respectable award is really nice.
I was never specifically associated with a part, I didn't have tons of money, I wasn't conventionally tall or handsome, so you know the things that were available to me were hard work and perseverance.
You look at John Travolta in 'Pulp Fiction', you look at Donnie Wahlberg in 'The Sixth Sense.' People have liens against them in crazy ways and the audience is always forgiving - if you prove it.
As people get older and fall out of the spotlight, people's memory of them changes.
Doing something because it's quote-unquote a good career move doesn't really appeal to me.
I don't believe in e-mail. I rarely use a cell phone and I don't have a fax.
It doesn't matter what you're saying if you come from an honest place.
During the writer's strike I was walking a line and ran into Jack Black and he said, 'We're doing Airborne 2!', and I asked, 'Are you kidding?', and he said, 'Yeah.' I like 'Airborne,' its very pure.
I had been acting since I was seven years old, but I had a combination of things happen at about the same time. 'Austin Powers' came out on DVD, I got a series regular gig on 'Buffy' and 'Can't Hardly Wait' came out.
I've noticed that girls between like 20 and 30 seem to know 'Can't Hardly Wait.' I got the goth kids who know 'Buffy.' I got this wide spectrum of people who range from like 8 to 13 who seem to know 'Scooby-Doo.' Then I get the international people who seem to know 'Austin Powers' and 'The Italian Job.'
After working for 18 years, all of a sudden I became successful on a level where other people knew it. It's not a cat you can put back in the bag.
I think I've always just been kinda geeky and got to play some mildly appealing roles.
I was four years old when I saw 'Star Wars', and it has been significantly important throughout my entire life.