Though I never had any formal training as an actor, I fell in love with it when some of my friends who were film students at the time asked me to run around New York with a suitcase for them. I loved the challenge of having to express yourself as someone else, and went on to film a bunch more roles in small films. But until Affleck steps down as Batman, I plan on sticking to my day job for a while.
I own a tech firm that helps websites with large user numbers regulate their traffic. In a way, I'm the internet’s friendly neighborhood traffic cop, helping prevents crashes with the blow of my whistle (or in this case, lines and lines of code).
Now, picture this: the kitchen is closed, our bottle is empty, and the chairs are up on the tables. The waiter wants to go home and is shooing us out. But we're still talking. That's what I'm looking for.