Born: July 4, 1970
Occupation: Television Actor
Thank you to all for your prayers and good wishes. It gave me the strength to persevere and warmed my heart.
I am going to get political on you. Because I am the most shallow person in the world, my mission is to see men's formal wear change a little bit. It is too rigid! Everybody looks like a penguin!
I think there is a way to be formal and elegant and classy, but more modern. Brad Pitt has been changing it, and Will Smith has been doing it in his own way.
The gift that has been given to me says much about our capacity for great compassion and generosity, and I hope it sends an inspiring message to others about the importance of organ donation.
I'm very grateful to Jennifer Lopez, because I have something to talk about for the last couple of years.
I don't hold that everybody has to love fashion. Some people like gardening.
I'm being invaded by fashion pundits.
I am a child of Hollywood and dreams. To me, to be on the red carpet is the best place in the world.
If you dress like a movie star, you have me.
In the last couple of years, fashion's gotten a lot safer. People are really pulling back.
J. Lo, whether she is good or bad, is like a fiery movie star, a throwback to Elizabeth Taylor in her heyday.
Courtney Love is a loose cannon. She says what she thinks. She's wild on the red carpet. You get the best sound bites from Courtney Love.
I'm a writer. Now I've started to be on television. I have a big mouth. And I have good TV teeth, they say.
I'm just a vessel of information.
I wrote the book in my head when I was 6 years old.
We all get swept up in the hype machine. Nobody is immune to that.
On the red carpet, I saw all these great stories, and I also got to see the plastic surgery up close.
I used a lot of pancake makeup and a prayer, and a Buddhist chant.
I'm wearing a garbage bag. I was put on my own worst-dressed list.
“Don't cry because it's over, smile because it happened.”
― Dr. Seuss