Words matter. These are the best Matt Letscher Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
During my senior year, when I was attending the University of Michigan and getting a drama degree, the Purple Rose Theatre was in its second season. The year before was the company’s inaugural season. I, of course, wanted to work there. It was started by a really prominent local actor, Jeff Daniels.
I have a mind that always wants to be busy.
You especially want to strive for that nuance on a show like ‘The Flash,’ which is different from ‘Legends’ in the sense that it’s really, at its heart, a smaller show. It’s a more intimate show, in a way.
Your tenacity is a larger deciding factor in your success than however good or bad an actor you may be. I feel like that’s just something that cannot be overstated enough for people getting into the business. You have to really want it more than anybody else.
I’m really drawn to chameleons; I’m really drawn to people who can play a wide range of roles, who are really versatile, but are so in a way that’s with ease.
Sadly, in the most nerdy way possible, my superpower is anagramming.
In terms of preparation, if there’s some historical context that’s needed, I do like to read a lot. Working on Joe Kennedy for ‘Boardwalk,’ I read a couple of biographies on him. It’s nice to have a broader context of the man outside of where the show is coming from.
I don’t want to infringe on Alec Baldwin’s territory, but I’m a pretty darn good ‘Words With Friends’ player.
My first movie was ‘The Mask Of Zorro,’ and that was all swords and horses and swashbuckling, and I thought, ‘This is what movies are.’ Obviously, I never made another one like that again; those are very rare.
‘Carrie Diaries’ is very heartfelt and earnest in a lot of ways.
Why would anybody say no to somebody’s happiness?
I am always really respectful of anything that has the kind of longevity and fan base that something like DC Comics has and ‘The Flash’ series in particular has.
Nobody wants to hear me sing! I can sing, but nobody wants to be there for it.
The ban on assault weapons was a good and necessary law that was allowed to lapse through the influence of special interests.
I worked for a breakfast catering company on commercial shoots, which meant getting up at 3 or 4 A.M. and loading up your car with a bunch of food and driving out to some set in Santa Clarita and making breakfast for a bunch of people.