He acted in the musical, "The King and I," at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Ogunquit, Maine with Rachel De Benedet in the cast. Richard Rodgers was composer. Oscar Hammerstein wrote the book and lyrics.
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being one of his favorite people]: Well, I think she was harder on me, than a lot, because I represented 'not only,' myself to her, but to also the memory of my father and my mother; and, she 'kinda' in a way, sorta became my 'real grandmother'; and we would have little talks in her little wagon; not just about the scenes we're going to shot them, that afternoon, ...
Has a tattoo of a woman riding a unicorn on upper back/shoulder. He has said it is a tribute to two of his father's favorite things (women and horses). He recently had this covered up by Ink Master Tommy Helm from Tattoo Nightmares (first season of Ink Master winner); it was covered up with a Conquistador on a blue horse and is a better representation of his tribute to his father.
Frequently plays roles that are unauthoritative and corrupt.