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I remember saying "Would you look at the script, it's really cool", and he's like "Yeah, sure." This is crazy, you know? A lot of the Enterprise stuff was shot three months prior to me coming out.I'm more of a Gary Oldman fan than you are." [laughs] When you do an impression of him, that's sacrilege!So to work with him, for him to look me in the eye, talk to me... Cos I'm not star struck by people, but Gary just took the wind right out of me.The same year he had a successful run, co-starring in "The Modernists" with Paul Popplewell, Jesse Spencer and Orlando Wells. Both stars also appeared in the very popular Star Trek series. I am very honoured to have your support, and love you for the energy and the inspiring work and comments that you bring to the table.Both stars appeared in the very popular Star Trek series. Both stars appeared in the very popular Star Trek series. Why are they prepared to do the things they do to get what they want? He essentially has not had the same circumstances and experiences. I love the form and the physicality but the gay sex bit does nothing for me...
Storytelling is very important to people, it comforts them, unite us, cheers us up, we can affect change with these arts. [on getting sober in 2003] I went entirely off the rails and I'm lucky I didn't have some terrible accident or end up in prison or dead, because that's where I was going. It's like living with a 400 pound orangutan that wants to kill me. So I seek it, to mimic it and maybe understand it, or maybe to draw it into my own reality. The question is, how do you unfuck it, to the best of your ability, when inevitably it's not going to be the best of nights?