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I’ve never liked to play stereotypes.
– Michael Welch
When I go outside of L.A., no matter where it is, really anywhere I go, people will be stopping me or taking pictures or whatever it is. And it’s great. It’s amazing. I’m just lucky.
I know some actors feel classes are not cool or they create negative public relations, but I continue to crave the story just beyond my reach. To grasp that brass ring I need to continue to fine-tune my talents.
Acting is an art and a science and there is more to me then that young blonde kid.
It was more freeing, mainly because he’s so free anyway. He just is in his performance. So to mimic someone doing a free performance, well, that’s pretty freeing within itself.
I am a story teller and I take each story very seriously.
I live in L.A., I grew up here, it’s not that crazy for me because it’s L.A., you know?
I know a lot of actors don’t watch themselves on TV, but I think it’s good to see how else you can improve.
I really don’t care what I look like as long as it fits with the thing I’m working on.
In Boston they have gone from large autonomous high schools to smaller schools within the same building.
I always thought it’d be fun to go to a sci-fi convention, watch a bunch of Klingons walking around, all of that kind of stuff.
I guess because you study the character and you do all those things. But when it comes down to it, it’s still my performance, it’s still my interpretation. I’m not going to, you know, be a clone – well, I was a clone of Richard Dean Anderson!