I have always played a slightly ineffectual, bumbly, nice guy.
I haven't played a lot of nice guys.
In ninth grade, I played wide receiver.
I played an old woman in a wheelchair at 18.
The first role I played was Madame Ranevsky in 'The Cherry Orchard.'
I pitched and I played the outfield.
I can't overstate the part the yips played in bringing my career to a close.
My pops played for the Packers for five years.
I played Jonathan Livingston Seagull in a musical version of 'Jonathan Livingston Seagull' in Austin, TX. It was pretty special.
When I first played Othello, a reviewer absolutely slaughtered me.
Squash - definitely a rich's person sport, and it's only played in a handful of countries.
I played Shylock in my school's staging of 'Merchant of Venice.'
I played a lot of right field with Tampa.
When I grew up, we played in vacant lots.
I played violin and got into that Suzuki program in the second grade.
In the '80s, we played the Roxy and the Whiskey with our bands.