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I love the Discovery Channel, man!
– Kevin Dillon
People wouldn’t hire me for comedies. They would say, ‘Oh, he doesn’t do comedy,’ and now it’s really all I do.
I don’t know, scene stealing is something I see as, people look at it, it could be a positive thing, but I really like to think of myself as a team player. It’s kind of like one player can make the other teammates better, kind of like Larry Byrd dishing off.
I guess Tom Cruise – everything he does, everything he touches, is kind of a success.
I live out here in Malibu, where I can see the stars. So I want to get a really nice telescope so I can look at the stars a little bit more.
I thought I’d miss cursing, but I actually don’t. I still feel like I can get my point across without real harsh language.
Before ‘Entourage,’ I couldn’t get a sitcom.
I just always loved pinball.
Everything that happens on ‘Entourage’ does happen in Hollywood.
I do real estate.
I have to do so many scenes cooking that I wanted to learn how to chop like I know what I’m doing and do certain things around the kitchen that look right.
I was hoping to attend the School of Visual Arts and had a portfolio built up.
In ‘War Party,’ I play a quarter-breed Indian. It’s a serious movie, but it’s funny, too.
I really enjoy acting. I feel I’m getting better and better with each movie I make.
I was called Matt Dillon’s brother my whole career basically until ‘Entourage’ broke me free of that and now people call me Johnny Drama instead.
I think oysters are overrated, and I don’t love the texture.
I don’t go out that often. I’m not going to clubs or anything.
I’ve learned how to make a nice souffle, a little mac and cheese.
I’ve always wanted an old Vette… like, a ’67 Stingray is the car I’d want.
I might be into writing… I’d like to try it someday. I always come up with some good ideas.
I’ll spend time playing ‘Call of Duty’ and ‘Medal of Honor.’
I’ve got plenty of advice from a number of other actors. Me? I don’t give advice.
It’s hard to walk down the street without ‘Entourage’ comments, and that’s all nice.
I wouldn’t mind having a nice little restaurant.
The moment when you find out when you shoot the pilot – getting the pilot is a small victory. You shoot the pilot, and when you get picked up, that’s a huge victory right there.
I’m a big fan of comedians not having to apologize for anything. Nowadays it seems comedians are always apologizing for being funny.