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Quotes (18)

  • Sexy is a girl who's comfortable with herself. Long legs are beautiful...and also a nice neck.
  • You've got to just go do what you do - you can't really worry about who was attached to the movie before.
  • There's nothing worse - I don't like listening to actors talk about the process, especially when - I mean, for me I've played a lot of guys, dudes, boys in a sense and this was a challenge for me just to play that official character.
  • I'd like to do the young cadet thing again for sure, but that's why I wanted to do this, to see if I could do it. I took the scenes out of the script and put them together and read them as one little arc, story and that seemed to work.
  • It's an interesting time that way. It's hard to meet good girls down here. It seems like they're all after something and interested in their own lives.
  • I'm pretty picky about what I want to do.
  • [on actors] What we really look for is something we haven't done before and something that challenges us or creates a bit-of-a-fear moment when you're reading it. Like 'Oh Jeez, I don't know if I can pull this off'. You always sorta can get there but it's scary to jump off the edge.
  • [on portraying bank-robber "Edwin Boyd" in Edwin Boyd (2011) (aka "Citizen Gangster")] He would go in there and that really became his art. I really wanted to get that. That was the thing he was searching for, and he found it robbing banks. It wasn't about the money. I think he tricked himself into thinking it was for his family, but it was really for him. It was a selfish endeavour. He wanted an edge in his life and he found it through this.
  • Well, when I did Underworld 2, I was in Vancouver for five months and I was reminiscent to be back up there.
  • And once you cease to be a real person, you stop being a good actor.
  • Probably the most difficult things were my favorite parts. The make-up and the big fight sequence at the end of the movie were very difficult but really fun and challenging.
  • I don't think I would be getting any of these movies without that show, and that's a strong show, a great fan base and it's helped me out a lot. It took me out of Canada and brought me down to the states and gave me my career basically.
  • There's such good writing now on television and I don't see a lot of great writing on films sadly.
  • Duets is about six people, so it's like three different movies - three different duets. I was on the set 18 days, spread out over three and a half or four weeks.
  • I'd rather not make films than make bad ones.
  • I remember listening to Cube's music when I was like 14 years old, my friends listening to it up in Toronto.
  • If you don't live a normal life, how do you relate to people?
  • I can't swim at the level I used to. I had to retire because of an injury to my shoulder.