I just always considered myself to be different and able to explore whatever I wanted.
The great thing about acting is that, until you're dead, you can do it. There are aspects to it that as time goes on you hope you get better at, and there are a lot of things that I'm excited to explore.
Computers let people avoid people, going out to explore. It's so different to just open a website instead of looking at a Picasso in a museum in Paris.
While I didn't have a father around, I did have - and what I want my children to both experience - the ability to explore, experiment and enjoy life as a kid.
Don't assume that what we currently think is out there is the full story. Go after the dark matter, in whatever field you choose to explore.
Though we explore in a culturally-conditioned way, the reality we sketch is universal.
Filmmakers have to really find a unique take on something if they're going to explore an already-explored genre of movies.
I don't think it's the job of theatre at the moment to provide political propaganda; that would be simplistic. We have to explore our situation further before we will understand it.
I realised success as an actor alone wouldn't make me happy. I needed to explore my spiritual side in more depth.
Zombies let us explore notions of the apocalypse - no water, food, medical care, the government imploding - while letting us sleep at night.
It was like putting your foot into a pond and knowing that I wanted to dive into this. It wasn't even just acting. It was this medium, film. I had to explore it.
Yes was a band where we could explore some of those ideas, but I knew that if I wanted to get into orchestral music and make a living at it, movies seemed to be a perfect spot.