I wanted to make an image for myself as an outlaw type. A kind of rock 'n' roll sensibility.
Shock is still fun. I won't ever shut the door on it.
As a teenager I was more of an anarchist, but now I want people to thrive and be harmonious.
I was always shocked when I went to the doctor's office and they did my X-ray and didn't find that I had eight more ribs than I should have or that my blood was the color green.
I think I jump around more when I'm alone.
Hollywood didn't know if I was an actor or a nut or if I was this crazy character I was playing. I had developed an image of being a little bit unusual, different and wild.
To be a good actor you have to be something like a criminal, to be willing to break the rules to strive for something new.
One of the first signs of being depressed is that you lose interest in things. That's why I think it is important to stay passionate.
It's a family that's loaded with grudges and passion. We come from a long line of robbers and highwaymen in Italy, you know. Killers, even.
I am not a demon. I am a lizard, a shark, a heat-seeking panther. I want to be Bob Denver on acid playing the accordion.
I'm sad about this, but we shouldn't have been married in the first place.
Passion is very important to me. If you stop enjoying things, you've got to look at it, because it can lead to all kinds of depressing scenarios.
There's a fine line between the Method actor and the schizophrenic.
I try to do as many stunts as they'll let me do. I think it's important for an audience to feel that the actor's really doing it.
My father was always getting excited about something. It's genetically inside me somewhere.