Words matter. These are the best Michael Trucco Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Guys like scars! They’re like war wounds.
I jumped out of an airplane on my 34th birthday because I promised myself I would. I have an interest in confronting my fears.
The most important thing is to illicit some reaction, good or bad. If some people are repellent to me, so be it. If some people are attracted to me, great. At the end, that’s the object of entertainment – you want to provoke a reaction.
I really believe that we have the power to manifest our own fates.
I try to have a true line in every character I play.
I want to be embraced by the audience, but it’s fun to stir up the pot.
It’s an interesting plot device to enter in a third wheel – it always helps raise the stakes for all parties involved. But often, those characters can be one-dimensional.
The single most important thing in learning my craft was being on the stage.
Once I discovered the theater at Santa Clara and once I got into the theater program, I never got into specific criminal justice studies.
Oftentimes, actors don’t have the luxury of picking their part. You go from one project to the next, and you hope that you find one that fits you and that you’re suited for, and then they see that you’re fit for it.
Police work was fascinating, and I didn’t imagine that acting was something a kid from San Mateo, California, could really pursue.
I come back home almost every weekend, or my wife comes up every other weekend to Vancouver. So, in that sense, we make it work. It’s just a great city. It’s a great country. They’ve been good to me, and I have no problems being up there.
I’m not accustomed to taking a swing at a woman’s head. That’s not in my DNA.
Before I pursued acting full-time, I had every intention of going into some form of law enforcement work.
I am part of a circuit called 24 Hours of LeMons, where it’s a sort of riff on 24 Hours of Le Mans. It’s a poor man’s weekend warrior racer event.
My friends all tell me I was born with a horseshoe up my butt.
A lot of shows have couples with issues inside the relationship.
I didn’t want ‘BSG’ to have to rewrite Anders as a sniveling, whining ball of despair who’s hiding out in the corner.
You just can’t fake chemistry.
I don’t want to get pigeon-holed into a certain kind of character. I love action roles and the hero, but I want to keep trying something new.
If I hadn’t become an actor, I would’ve pursued a race-car driving career.
For me, a career highlight was being on ‘Battlestar Galactica.’ Roles like that don’t come along very often.