I never had the money to start a pension – I didn’t start to make any real money until I was 58 – and now it’s not worth much.
It’s much easier for me to cry and do all those things on the stage than in real life.
ADD sucks during training, but coming into finals I actually feel such an energy burst because when I step out on to the track, and I hear so much and I see so many people and my mind gets distracted, I kind of just feel at home actually.
Sometimes you can block out a lot of things because you’re thinking about so much and you can distract yourself, but sometimes that distraction of being ADD can really set you back.
I think when you start talking about selling a company or a company wants to buy you, then you start thinking about how much money you’re going to have. That’s insidious because it saps your will to continue.
I don’t think much of automatisms, because they assume that a situation is always the same, otherwise the process no longer works. But that doesn’t fit the reality with 22 players on the pitch. If the opponent is only half a metre to the left, the player suddenly doesn’t know what he has to do.
I didn’t know much about the East End and I didn’t go trudging round to research it – couldn’t be bothered with all that – but my grandmother was a cockney so I used her voice for Dot. I don’t think it sounded very real at the beginning.
Don’t like makeup. I don’t use it much unless I go out – I think it makes you look older.
Obviously the Knicks have so much history and tradition, so to be a part of that is obviously a blessing for sure.
It helps tremendously to have operating startup experience when advising startups. It is much easier to tell people how to talk to customers, build product, manage an engineering team, raise money from investors, and talk to press when you’ve done it before yourself.
I don’t expect people to understand, but as players who love the sport and have constantly been thrown a rock at by our association and now the Govt, there is only so much one can take.
I feel like I have a foundation of how I want to play. Because of that, there’s so much room for me to grow because I know how I want to play.
Not much can really shake me.
When your whole world feels like it’s crumbling down, everything you thought you knew, it’s really to be rebuilt again but much stronger.
It was always difficult to go to the mall because I wanted to dress like everybody else and go to Abercrombie & Fitch and Hollister, but I knew there wasn’t much of a selection for me.
And also, there’s a reason why gay characters are so interesting. Because much like the women in Bridgerton,’ there are a lot of hurdles and there’s a lot of self-growth, and there’s a real strength to gay men.
Like, if you see my show, my jokes are much longer and they’re just like, I’m going with the vibe.
I’m a much better comedian than I am a soccer player.
I kind of don’t like to prepare too much for anything in advance.
By the time you get to college, it’s much too late because you haven’t had the math or science that you would need and, therefore, you’re not prepared to really study engineering.
I don’t like dragons and blood all that much.
Now that people know who I am, I don’t really have to talk as much about the disability stuff.
I don’t do much political stuff because our nation is so divided, we can’t say one thing without the other side automatically assumes that you are pro the other side.
I’m an impromptu cook. It’s fun if it doesn’t take too much time!