My father is an actor, and I used to go on set to visit him. I saw the stories he was telling and said: 'That's what I want to do.' I was always in awe whenever I went to the movies or when I watched television.
— Gabriel Macht
My parents would have loved it if my brother or I had become a doctor or lawyer.
Frank Miller is more of a visionary than any director I've ever worked with, and he achieves that vision better than anyone I've ever worked with.
For me, I think there's a lot more room in cable television to tell broader stories. NBC and the networks, they're all very mainstream, and they're a little more conservative in how they approach storytelling.
If you go to pilot then you are probably going to go to series. That's my feeling about it.
I really feel that New York City is the greatest city in the world.
My family is full of musicians, and a couple of times a year we get together and jam at my cousin's studio. We improvise and have a great time.
I can't argue my way out of a paper bag.
I think if you're artistic in any way, you're probably born with it. I guess it's a talent that can be learned here and there, but I think the instinct to tell a story or to create something happens maybe in the womb.
Honestly, I'm not a massive fan of courtroom dramas.
I grew up in New York till I was 5, and I remember going to see 'Annie' and some musicals as a kid, and I remember my parents being somewhat okay with us watching 'Rocky Horror Picture Show,' which, it boggles my mind that they allowed me to watch it.
I'm a straight shooter, and most of the time my ego doesn't interrupt my relationships.
I don't mind doing the green-screen stuff at all, and in fact it's a lot like black-box theater, which I did plenty of in New York.
I'm a T-shirt-and-jeans-with-combat-boots guy. And if I don't have to shave, I don't.
I believe that shows should be shot where they take place.
Well, honestly, I'm not a massive fan of courtroom dramas.