James Wolk - Quotes

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There's a film I did called 'Front of the Class', about a teacher who had Tourette's. That was a beautiful blend of drama and comedy. There's some great moments of levity in the script.

There's a film I did called 'Front of the Class', about a teacher who had Tourette's. That was a beautiful blend of drama and comedy. There's some great moments of levity in the script.

I always feel like hard work leads the way, and from there, I leave it up to the powers that be. ---->>>

I think you always want to be open to things... it's just the matter of finding something I believe in, finding a character I believe in, and I think that's the way it should always be. I'm looking for things that excite me. ---->>>

When I was young, my parents made me listen to old music and watch Jimmy Durante. I fell in love with the whole mystique of acting and entertainment. ---->>>

Anytime you get to join a group of people you admire and respect, you want to keep those doors open. ---->>>

In my everyday life, I'm a jeans and button-up shirt kind of guy. ---->>>

No one ever judges their own self.

No one ever judges their own self.

Often in television, you read a script and you're amazed that you get the scene given to you. ---->>>

I emceed in metro Detroit throughout college, and even when I moved to New York, I would actually fly back on a Friday, emcee on a Saturday, and fly back on Sunday so that I could audition during the week. It was a big part of my life. ---->>>

I had just finished working on a play, and we started to talk to the 'Happy Endings' folks. There was interest from both sides, which was exciting, because I thought it was very fresh. Adam Pally's just a really funny, talented dude. I thought I'd be great to jump on and do some comedy. ---->>>

You can find old Jewish newspapers from Detroit that have my promotional ad in them. It was a totally insane time in my life. Paul Rudd was also a bar mitzvah emcee, you know? It was like being a local rock star in Detroit. ---->>>

I like 'Homeland' a lot. ---->>>

I just grew up loving acting and loving entertainment. ---->>>

I personally am not a shorts-wearing guy. That goes for any form of shorts, beside sports shorts, that I have to wear. ---->>>

I try to stay away from the more schmaltzy side of things. That can backfire quickly. ---->>>

My dad used to put me in front of the TV screen and made me watch old Jimmy Durante and Dean Martin movies. I just always loved entertainment. ---->>>

When you feel moved by the story, you want to tell that story. ---->>>

As an actor, you're tied to the writing. You live and die by what's written for you. And you can elevate that to a certain extent, but really, that's your blueprint. ---->>>

I started in theater. I would liken sitcom work more to theater work than I would, perhaps, to dramatic television. It's so quick. It kind of feels like the pace of a play. ---->>>

In Michigan, if you want to act, it's local theater, it's high school theater and it's going to camp and putting on plays in the summer, and I always loved doing that. There was something that just drew me to it. ---->>>

My mom is an art teacher and my dad owns a women's shoe store, so they're not actors by any means. Well, I guess to sell women's shoes, you have to be an actor. ---->>>

The 'Lone Star' experience was tough at the time, but it really allowed me to look at things from a 3,000-foot high view. You can think something is the greatest thing in the world, but, as we know, anything can happen. It really taught me that I always want to make choices that I believe in artistically. No one can take that away from you. ---->>>

There's a certain rhythm to comedy that is almost like you're dancing and you just go on autopilot, so to speak. There's something just beautifully enjoyable about comedy in that respect. It's a joy to be able to do that. Drama, you get to go to depths that you haven't gone to before. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 03-22, 1985
Birthplace: Farmington Hills, Michigan, U.S.
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Occupation: Actor
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James Joseph Wolk (born March 22, 1985) is an American actor.(wikipedia)