My first car was a '69 Holden, which is an Aussie car.
I love 'Battlestar Galactica;' I was a geeky kid. I was into Dungeons and Dragons. I had the 24-sided dice.
I play the didgeridoo using circular breathing.
I admire a lot of actors, but I don't covet people's careers.
I've met many rich kids over the years. Many are very down to earth and work hard; they come from decent parenting. Others, however, are not.
I live in a fantasy world where I think I'm immune to all disease. I don't get sick and haven't had anything major go wrong.
I did ride-alongs and did some firefighter training at the Chicago Fire Academy.
I'd like to see more of Colorado, Utah, and maybe go to Yellowstone. Oh, and I'd like to kayak down the Colorado through the Grand Canyon.
'Fire' is physical and has a lot of grunt to it. I really love that.
On vacation in Indonesia, I ran out of skin-colored zinc, so I used green, and locals called me Hulk.
In terms of people who we call heroes - and I don't tend to like that term, and firefighters don't consider themselves heroes - but if you look at their job description, they are. Their job is to straight up save people.
Chicago's like Melbourne - there's a city center, there's public transport, and there's more of a cultural scene.
'Chicago Fire' has been a wonderful outlet for me. We're thrown into the gritty streets of Chicago working among actual first responders. They're a wonderful bunch, and the sense of community among Midwesterners is very similar to Australians.
First responders are a resilient lot. They deal with many types of situations and are very good at improvisation in their work.
I started off with violin, then I started learning guitar, then I went to piano. But I self-taught piano just because I enjoyed it. I've always really enjoyed music.