1. We have
previously been informed of your Jiu
Jitsu competitions and how you placed.
Have you competed anymore and are you
Yes, still train five days a week.
There are a few tournaments in the
winter that I plan on competing in.
2. I've read somewhere that you
don't like to discuss your age and I
respect that, but any chance you'll
tell us what the month and day is you
celebrate your birthday?
3. What inspires you to create your
All the things I go through in
life. But the most available emotion
is when things are fucked up.
4. Who/what is your biggest musical
5. In your acting career you've had
the opportunity to play some very
different roles from Eddie in Get
Carter, to most notably Randall
Shughart in Black Hawk Down, which
roles are the hardest to prepare for?
The hardest thing for me to do as
far as acting is concerned is read.
Within the first few sentences of
anything book, script, magazine, etc..
I just want to fall asleep. Thatís how
my family would get me to sleep when I
was a kid. Just start reading
something, and by the first page I was
out like a light.
6. What things do you look for when
you are casting for a role?
I look for things that I think I
would enjoy doing. Roles that require
me to destroy my life, while Iím
shooting a movie donít really interest
me. I like to enjoy life.
7. We know from previous interviews
that you have two tattoos. At one
point you mentioned getting a shark.
Did you ever get that tattoo and if so
The shark has yet to appear. My
dogs adorn my stomach. Hondo and
Sophie. The next will be my new puppy
8. When you have free time, what do
you do to unwind?
Me and the dogs take naps.
9. When you decided to start
acting, what did your family think and
has that changed any?
Iíve never based my decisions on
the wishes of others, including my
family. Not that I donít love them,
but Iíll be the only body in my
coffin, so I figure, live life in
accordance to how I feel.
10. Are there any actors,
producers, or directors that you would
love the opportunity to work with, but
There are a few people Iíd like to
work with, Spielberg, Scorsese, you
know the greats :) Oh and Guy Ritchie,
I hear he trains jiu jitsu.
11. In your life who did you look
up to the most and who was the most
influential on your decisions?
I look up to Shaq. He really
inspired me, after he did that genie
movie I thought to myself, ďyou know,
Iíve made some really good decisions
in my life.Ē
12. Is there any one movie that
you've seen and thought there was a
role in it that you would've loved to
NO! Just kidding. I thought Road to
perdition was an amazing looking film,
and Jude Law did a great job in it,
but I think I would have been more
interesting as the hired killer.
13. What was the first car you ever
69 mach I mustang. Just sold it.
14. What music do you like to
listen to and do you have a favorite
I like all kinds of music.
Listening to Ozzys last record.
15. What's in your CD player right
The new album Iím working on.
16. Are you currently working on
any new projects and if you are can
you tell us about them?
The album is untitled at the
moment, but half of it is my heavier
work and the other half is mellow. It
17. What sports do you like to
watch and do you have a favorite?
Ultimate fighting, Pride fighting,
boxing, K1 kickboxing. You know,
people think I have a violent side to
me but I really donít ;)
18. When you go out, do you mind
when people recognize you and approach
I think its great that my work is
admired. I work hard at what I do and
totally appreciate when people
recognize that. When they approach me,
and tell me they like my work, I
usually take them to a nice dinner and
a movie. One of mine of course.
19. Does your schedule allow for
you to date much?
I love to fall in love. Its my
favorite thing to do. I try to do it
at least once a day.
20. Lastly, if you could do any
project you wanted, what would it be?
My life story. Still trying to make
it more interesting for people to
watch on the big screen.
Hope this answers some of your