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Films are really cool because, every couple months, or however many times you can get a job because there's a lot of luck involved in that, you're playing a different character.

Entertainment has this way of resetting itself.

Fans will treat something preciously if they're given the opportunity to do so.

I believe in conscientious capitalism; that's a kind of driving force with me.

I believe that as an entertainer, you're only as good as your audience and the people who support you.

I could probably give you a list of a dozen pet peeves I have about my own physicality and why I couldn't get a second date.

I don't believe in strong-arming people.

I get a lot that people have a hard time believing that I'm a nerd... but I grew up with a Nintendo controller in my hand.

I mean, I like to consider myself a reasonably athletic guy.

I started in theater, and I love to go back to theater, just to have the experience and recharge my batteries, creatively.

I'm a 'Lost' guy, I love 'Lost.'

I'm a huge Disney nut. I have been since I was a little kid.

I'm totally a geek.

My high school experience was pretty good, but my middle school experience was god awful. It was horrible. I got picked on like no tomorrow.

My whole background, my whole life was just lots and lots of theater, a lot of that being musical theater.

Oh I've done bungee jumping. Skydiving, I have motorcycles that I ride. I'm a little bit of an adrenaline junkie in that way.

On a personal level, I love the idea of hosting an awards show. I think that sounds like kind of a fun thing to do.

People don't talk about religion a lot in Hollywood because it's not an incredibly safe place to do it.

You know, Hollywood is a very interesting town - always has been, always will be.

A lot of people, especially Christians, want to put you in this box of being a Christian actor, and I don't believe in it. You do yourself and everyone else a big disservice when you start thinking about it as 'Christian art.' That's why most Christian art is bad. They don't put a premium on the 'art.'