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I think anybody can relate to the reluctance to have to lead sometimes.
– Geoff Stults
I’m a laid-back guy. I like being outdoors. I enjoy hanging out.
There are athletes and celebrities that are out there and they Twitter and they constantly try to drum up press because they’re narcissists.
You might be the leader of the team, but without the rest of the team, you’re not doing anything. I think that’s the way I look at my job as the lead of a TV show.
I feel very blessed in my career to have been able to bounce back and forth between different things, television and film, comedies and some dramas, but I am, um, as long as the script inspires me and there good people, that’s it. I’m in.
There’s a million leading men on TV today that are perfectly great, and their jobs are fantastic. But it’s not as interesting to me when every fight they win, every case they solve, every girl they get.
I did ‘Good Morning America’ with David Beckham. Oh, god, what a handsome devil that guy is.
The older I’ve gotten, the more I try to stay out of the gym.
I always wanted to be an athlete. Then when I realized that I can’t run very fast, jump very high, or catch anything, I thought, ‘Maybe if this doesn’t work out, I can be an actor.’
I’ve never thought that what I do as an actor does anything for anybody, other than making them laugh once in a while.
The holiday season can be an especially trying time for our service men, women, and families. Military service and deployment create empty seats at holiday tables, religious services, and celebrations.
I don’t look at things goin’, ‘Oh, is this gonna make me rich? Is this gonna make me a star? Am I gonna win awards?’ If all that stuff happens, great. Who cares? I still have to wake up in the morning and go to work and be happy to do it.
I’ve flown halfway around the world to kiss a girl. I jumped on a plane and flew to Australia.
I do a lot of a cross training.
I think the one thing that athletics prepared me for that’s been more beneficial than anything has been the humbling times.
I wanted to do a comedy. I’d been actively looking for a comedy. I wanted to do one that was different. Nothing against them, but I wasn’t interested in just your normal sitcom, boy meets girl.
In sports, every day you can be the hero or the goat.
You have to be engaged, or else you’re not going to want to show up and go to work.
I wasn’t a regular, avid ‘Bones’ fan, but I’d certainly seen it. I liked the banter; I liked the people and that world.
A part of being in the army is you never really leave a man behind.
When you cast somebody, you write to their strengths.
You don’t want to jump in on your first day on a show and start improv-ing and changing the show.