Am I a trance medium? No. Have I got a gift psychically? Absolutely not. But I believe in the survival of consciousness after death.
American Society for Psychical Research Journals were all around the house when I was a kid.
I am a spiritualist, a proud wearer of the spiritualist badge.
I had a slight touch of Tourette's, which means you talk to yourself and bark and cry out at night.
Well, the common enemy in North America is the Western consumer. The consumer has driven oil up to $50 a barrel so we have to have these wars. I think it's incumbent upon us to.
I could sell used battery acid and make it fly.
My first jobs were all civil service. At 14, I worked for the Canadian National Railways. At 16, I worked for the Canadian Penitentiary Service.
My great-grandfather, Sam Aykroyd, was a dentist in Kingston, Ontario, and he was also an Edwardian spiritualist researcher who was very interested in what was going on in the invisible world, the survival of the consciousness, precipitated paintings, mediumship, and trans-channeling.
The entertainment business is not the be-all and end-all for me.
I have this kind of mild nice-guy exterior, but inside my heart is like a steel trap.
Hygiene is important. That's one of my failings. So I'm always being called on that.
Heaven to me is percussion and bass, a screaming guitar and a burbling Hammond B-3 organ. It's a soup I love being immersed in.
I think I'm a narcoleptic. I could sleep on a railway track with a train running over me, in-between the rails.
When I'm not acting, I'm writing, building an inventory of scripts. Even if they sit on the shelf, I just keep stacking them up.
I could live on challah bread, the Jewish kosher bread, quite happily.
I bought an island in 1987. It's in one of the lakes in Canada. I went around it in my boat and went to the real estate office and bought it. It's the best $65,000 I've ever spent. My family camp on it and we have great times there.
People love gentle larceny.
You look at the floor and see the floor. I look at the floor and see molecules.
I've always been a big fan of science fiction and of the worlds of the spiritual and the mystic.
I grew up on the edge of a national park in Canada - timberwolves, creeks, snow drifts.