How do you approach acting? Are you a director’s actor or a method actor?
The more terminology you give to acting the more boring it gets. You’ve got to think of yourself as an actor who tries to deliver the best, who tries to emote, and hope that the emotion you deliver is universally acceptable.
I believe that acting is all about observation – of absorbing what you observe and doling it out when you are called to do so.
I’d say as an actor, there are different strokes for different folks. You just go and do your stuff before the camera and hope it connects with the audience. Acting is about being able to attach yourself to the hearts of the people who’ve come to watch your performance. That’s what good acting is all about. Nothing more, nothing less.
Normally I don’t talk about the art of acting because a lot of people who come to watch movies don’t want to know how they’re made.