In my heart, I've never left Brazil.
I really think that success in this field is about tenacity and just sticking with it.
Data is no different from any other role I've ever played in that it's always difficult and it's always something that you just want to find some level of truth and believability in and try to solve problems along the way.
It;s always challenging to try to make a scene work- to make something you think would be interesting to watch.
Any job you can go to and have a laugh everyday has got to be a good job.
Well, I think there are other shows where it's a nightmare every day to come to work.
I think he is a bit of an outsider: he doesn't quite fit in, he doesn't quite belong, and people relate to that idea of being an outsider and being alienated.
I think the idea, from the beginning, was that Data was a machine that basically teaches himself everything he experiences and sees becomes a part of his programming.
I like coming to work every day and hanging out with 50 or 60 people who are a lot of fun to be around.
The Lindbergh biography is fantastic. I just read it. And I loved it.
But we laugh all day long! And you can't knock that!
Generally, I have to be able to get the lines out of my mouth without making a mistake before I go to sleep.
Well my family and friends where delighted that I was going to be working on a regular basis and that they could turn on their TV every week and see me.
I think as time has gone on, they've been pleased to find it not at all limiting role and probably the most wide open role in terms of what I am allowed to do.
And I think that was the idea: by the end of the series, Data would ba about as close to human but still not be there.
I think there is something like 90% unemployment in the Screen Actors Guild, so we are the exception.
I have considered working with George Clooney, but so far, I'm only considering it.
Yeah, I do like X-Files. I like the ones that star David Duchovny.
I think they have developed the character very nicely and it's gone exactly as it was planned to happen.
Mad About You.
My character has a distrust of government as Big Brother, ... He doesn't see why this should be kept secret from the public.
Everyone I've ever known in my life, or seen, or met, or loved, or hated, is at risk of being destroyed. That's a pretty big chunk of fear, and I think that's what we are all dealing with, if we don't save the day.
Sometimes I go off and er.....(laughs with people laughing in the background)...I er.......(laughs)......I may just go off now as a matter of fact.
I try not to make plans. Because, even the best laid plans etc. etc.