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" As an actor, you can think your way out of a lot of good things sometimes. I trust my instincts as an actor, and I trust the instincts of the creators, so it's a good combination. "
" There are always going to be hospital dramas because if you're sitting in an emergency room for two hours, I guarantee you you are going to see something that makes you gasp. That's where drama comes from. "
" I never wanted to become an actor to be famous. I just wanted to be a good actor. It served me pretty well. "
" Theater is such a collaborative art. Hollywood is a competitive sport. "
" As an actor, you can believe that you are the reason for a show's success, but these things are a brand name now. They're like Coca-Cola. It's like, with or without you, people are still gonna drink it. "
" I went from a sitcom to a hospital drama, feature films. I've kind of been living the actor's dream. I'm not associated with one role or one medium. You're lucky if you're associated with one hit show. "
" I think Mercutio in 'Romeo and Juliet' would be my favorite role. I've never played it, but I would love to do it. "
" I always love the holiday episodes, because you really get to see everybody at their best. "
" There's an art to being a good actor, there's an art to being a celebrity, and there's an art to longevity. "
" We kind of forget because what television tends to do with these professions like lawyers and doctors and police officers, we create them on such a heroic level that you kind of forget that these are really people. "
" When I was a kid growing up, there might be 10 shows on the air that had been on for ten seasons or eleven seasons. 'Gunsmoke' ran for over twenty years. "
" Actors on stage, you can go from playing a myriad of roles, from Shakespeare to a Eugene O'Neil drama, and it's the norm. I came up in a world where you're supposed to be able to do three things very well. Act, sing, dance, paint, do something. The emphasis was on versatility. "
" My first venture into TV was a half-hour sitcom on Fox called 'Roc.' "