I don't have an agenda where I do a comedy and say, 'I have to do a drama next,' or 'I am looking for an action movie now.'
Alex Smith is - I think he is a winner, and he's a smart quarterback, and I'm a fan of his.
There is a major part of who I am that does not feel like the alpha male.
Amy Poehler, Amy Sedaris - they're both genius.
Nothing is ever cut-and-dried. There's anguish behind everything.
I'm a huge David Wain fan. He's one of my best friends now, but he just makes me laugh continually, much to the annoyance of his wife.
I really tried for a while to go with the Adam Ant look.
I used to ask my mom to try and shave my head on the sides to give me a receding hairline because Adam Ant had one.
I can talk about sports and stuff, but I have a season pass for 'Antiques Roadshow' on my TiVo.
I am so appreciative I have been able to continue not only doing something I love, but working on movies I've loved.
I'm not actively seeking stardom. I just go to auditions, and I knock on wood.
Awkwardness is such a gold mine for comedy.
Even more than getting married or having kids, I found losing a parent is what thrusts you into adulthood. For me it was. That was when the Earth tilted on its axis, and there was a paradigm shift, and I felt like a different person.
My bar mitzvah, I went to my nan's, and she made kugel.
Whatever I'm working on, the character I'm playing tends to slowly bleed into my own real life. Not in any kind of creepy, Method actor-y kind of way - it's just an innate kind of merging.
There's a very specific thing you can do to get in magazines. I'm much happier to just show up and do the job. I haven't taken the active approach to making myself a star. I haven't been in a blockbuster.
Sometimes you read a script, and it's like, 'You'll improv, and this is just a blueprint of what the scene could be,' and that's never a good sign. And it's never encouraging as an actor to take that on, really.
I love attempting to play real people. I like to try and have dramatic moments as well as comedic moments, and my favorite thing is when those two lines are blurred.
Personally - and I don't mean to brag - my jokes have been falling flat for most of my life.
If someone made fun of me, I'd be bummed out. But I'd play it like I thought it was hilarious.