The only way to stay sharp is to do live shows. There is no part-time comedy.
I actually started in comedy, but then after 'Deadwood' I started concentrating on the dramas more. But then I just got tired for raping and killing and figured, 'It's time to do another comedy.'
I would like to do a romantic comedy, but not a romantic comedy that is cheesy. I want to do an old romantic comedy like 'Roman Holiday' or 'My Fair Lady.'
One thing that bugs me in comedy is when somebody does a fake cry, you know, like they fake cry in a comedy. But in a drama they'll really cry. That bugs me.
Insult comedy has been around forever. I can make fun of people, and they won't get mad at me.
I like situational comedy when people are being completely serious and yet you can find something extremely funny, not jokes.
I'd love to do comedy.
That's the worst way you can hear about comedy material: from a third person's blog story that they wrote when they were upset.
God writes a lot of comedy... the trouble is, he's stuck with so many bad actors who don't know how to play funny.
With drama, you know if you're having a true moment, but in comedy, if somebody doesn't laugh, then you know you're not being funny. That's a really fun challenge, and that's what draws me to comedy.
I don't know what I'd do if I was making a romantic comedy; I wouldn't feel like I was earning my $100 a day.
I don't devalue comedy as compared to drama. Not one bit.