“I always wanted to be a performer, but discipline was something I needed help with, and I got that through wrestling and football. Through sports, I learned how to work my ass off and how to take advice and say “I don’t know” when I don’t know and to ask questions and be confident. It all came from sports and from my coaches. Gary Cease, he was a wrestling coach and he told me that I was creative and that was a cool thing. He could’ve called me weird, but he didn’t. My dad coached me, and when he wasn’t a coach, he was there leaning on a fence at the practices. I learned more from sports about how to handle myself in Hollywood than I ever did doing plays.”
Keeping The Same Tabs Open For 9 Days Straight Because They Contain Information Relevant To Tasks You’re Too Lazy To Complete - A novel by me
I think there aren’t alot of shows, where you know, I get to play a character who’s not glamorous and is like a real woman. And who dosen’t wear make-up all the time. And has sex; and it’s not always pretty. I think that it’s so much fun.
Try and protect your soul if you still have one. It’s futile, but you should still try.
Chris Evans making fun of the Q&A system at the TIFF 2014 Before We Go Q&A. [x]