I try to keep an open mind but I'm so tired of the mediocrity.
I was a loner in high school. I keep to myself, but I love life.
I love Les Beaux Peeps. Everyone in that band works together really well. I used to go out to see bands a lot; now it seems there just aren't any I like.
I've gotten better at not making people feel uncomfortable with my shyness.
Because of the high altitude, you get drunk really fast. So everyone's drunk all the time.
It was strange at times. We had to make out so much that we kind of got over it. It was really awkward.
Teachers didn't like me very much. They thought I was just this punk kid and they always wanted to kick me out.
I feel like I never get to play any version of myself or get to be a normal person.
I like horror movies, they're fun. It was the most fun I've had on a movie set.
I don't like anything new.
I'm a lot more grounded now, a lot more settled in my skin.
I keep to myself, but I love life.
It's hard to be scared when there are 80 people around you.
It takes 300 years, it seems, for the great bands to get their due.
I think bisexuality is frowned upon for a lot of different reasons. But I don't like any of those words. I don't like any of those labels. I think they're limiting.
My senior year I was basically supporting myself, so it was like, Do you want to eat and pay the rent, or do you want to go to school? I wanted to eat and pay the rent.
I talk too quiet, and I have to yell on stage.
I don't know about "dream role." I do so many dramatic roles or period films or [play] traumatized people or stressed-out people or very intense things, high stakes happening all the time.
Men are like parking spaces: all the good ones are taken, and the available ones are handicapped.
Iâm just a real loner kind of person, and yeah, kinda dark. But Iâm happy. Not sad. Iâm just shy and nervous.