I like the level of fame that I have. You get nice tables in restaurants sometimes, but fame isn't something that I find comfortable.
I loved working with Meryl Streep twice and I've gotten to work with my friend Liam Neeson on several occasions.
I think my being such a nomad let me into acting. I was always having to create a new image whenever we moved.
I think there's a down-to-earthness with Midwesterners and with people from the Midlands - which is where my family is from - in Ireland.
I would love, more than anything, to do an out-and-out farce with huge physical energy. Just because you're from the minimalist school, it doesn't mean you can't go big.
I'm not a city kind of guy. I'm happiest when I'm tromping through the woods. That's why I don't live in Los Angeles. Being physically away from Hollywood probably loses me a few jobs, but the best ones seek me out.
I'm not particularly a career-oriented guy. I'm lucky. I can make really interesting films much of the time with interesting people yet be anonymous, have a private life. But, I'd like to have the choice of the better roles.
Really, most of us just focus on what's in front of us. We're too busy putting out the fires of everyday life.
You should learn to be happy with what you have. Besides, the fact that I'm not a huge star has allowed me to pick and choose the roles I want to do, not the ones some person sitting in a studio office thinks I should do.