Nat Faxon quotes
American - Actor
The benefit of film is that you're shooting something for an intense period of time - and then it's over, and you move on to something else. In TV, you're doing the same thing over and over.
There's something about the schedule of working in TV that's attractive. You know exactly what the next six months is going to be like: You'll work Monday through Friday and have the weekends off, and then there's going to be a hiatus here, so you can kind of plan a little bit.
I would love an upgrade from the Nielsen box; it feels so antiquated to me.
Making a movie is still very difficult in Hollywood, regardless of what you have and what level you're at. It is a house of cards, and things have to perfectly align.
I grew up outside of Boston in a town called Manchester by the Sea, and we spent our summers in Nantucket.