I did theatre in the U.S. because there, content-wise, it's very light. In India, theatre tends to get preachy.
I did theatre when I was nine, I think. Nine and ten, and that was just the beginning of my whole involvement in acting, my whole interest. I don't really remember it that well. But it was really fun. I mean, it was exciting just to be on stage in front of an audience. It gives you a different kind of rush.
I did theatrical caricatures.
I did then what I knew how to do. Now that I know better, I do better.
I did things I did not understand for reasons I could not begin to explain just to be in motion, to be trying to do something, change something in a world I wanted desperately to make over but could not imagine for myself.
I did things I should not have done. But people make mistakes, especially at my age, when you feel you are so smart, but in fact you are an asshole.
I did things like Shampoo and Heaven Can Wait. I don't know what those films were about. The women I played in them were not very empowered.
I did things like get in a cupboard before the teacher came in at the beginning of a lesson, and then, two minutes before the end of the class, I come out of the cupboard and go, 'Sorry I'm late.'
I did things with the microphone stand that no-one else has attempted to do.
I did think for many, many years that because of my ability I could beat the system. And I was wrong.
I did think of becoming a priest quite late on, when other boys were thinking of knocking over fences and going out with girls. I would have made a very good bishop: nice housekeeper, nice clothes -- god, the clothes.
I did think reviewers were supposed to be polite about story collections -- collections are rather delicate creatures in the literary environment -- but not everybody got this memo, I guess.
I did think that acting would be much more like being a pop star. Now I'm here, I can't think of anything more different.
I did think there were one or two referees who had a personal thing against me. It wasn't them versus Celtic -- it was them against me! I just think they wanted to take me on.
I did this Super-8 film at art school called 'Tissues,' this black comedy about a family whose father has been arrested for child molestation. I was absolutely thrilled by every inch of it, and would throw my projector in the back of my car and show it to anybody who would watch it.
I did this Super-8 film at art school called Tissues, this black comedy about a family whose father has been arrested for child molestation. I was absolutely thrilled by every inch of it, and would throw my projector in the back of my car and show it to anybody who would watch it.
I did this TV show, which was my first job ever. It wasn't a real acting part. It was like this promo for this sitcom and the main actress was meeting three different real people and then she was going to decide who was going to be on the episode.
I did this class when I first moved to California. It was a 'Kids on Camera' class up in the Bay Area. That was good for just getting me excited in acting and everything. Then once I started working down L.A., I just stuck to my acting coach, and she helps me prepare with auditions and that sort of thing.
I did this film for less money than it costs to stay in this hotel. We shot it in 20 days. We couldn't screw up takes for fun because we didn't have enough film.