I liken actors and movies and TV shows to football teams. We all have our favorite ones.
A hit show takes Hollywood magic indeed, but it also takes a lot of math and science, plus the study of polls and trends to make and sell a TV show.
The pressure is self-imposed because I always want to do excellent work, and I always want to be interesting to people watching me.
I did Shakespeare in college and the nerves I got doing Shakespeare are the same nerves I get doing 'Mad Men.
Now, there is no business like show business, and there is no publicity like word of mouth. What is word of mouth, you may ask? Well, word of mouth is gold to Hollywood bigwigs, and it equates to box office bonanzas and hit TV shows.
Like the rabid fans of sports, the same goes for fans and their actors, TV shows and movies. You love what you love, and it bonds you with others who love the same thing.
One incredible tool to accomplish bringing a product to the public is to put a face on TV shows, movies, and the actors in them by using good PR.
There is something extraordinary about people who have a disability to reach (into themselves) on a daily level that becomes supernatural.