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I grew up playing field hockey and lacrosse – prep school sport – and I was terrible at them.
With physical prep work, you know if you go to the gym, you will get size. There’s no chance it won‘t happen. The emotional prep work is a variable. You could step onto the set one day and have a disconnect with your thoughts and feelings and have a rough day acting because you can’t quite tap into what you need.
I went to a college prep high school in St. Louis, Missouri. When I graduated from school, I owned this thing called the Headmaster’s Cup, and the Headmaster’s Cup is for the student who exemplifies the spirit of the institution and is recognized by the faculty and administration.
I had three weeks of prep on ‘Wolfman,’ a ridiculously inadequate amount of time to try to bring together the fractured and scattered pieces of the production. I had taken the job mostly because I had a cash flow problem, the only time in my career I’ve ever let finances enter into the decision process.
Thugs Of Hindostan’ involved a lot of prep to be able to make the character look effortless.
I was foreign and Jewish, with a funny name, and was very small and hated sport, a real problem at an English prep school. So the way to get round it was to become the school joker, which I did quite effectively – I was always fooling around to make the people who would otherwise dump me in the loo laugh.
I get horrified when I have to do table reads with the whole cast, because there’s a lot of stuttering coming from me, so I have to do a lot of prep.
When I was 11, at prep school, I was starring in the school play, editing the school magazine and standing as Conservative candidate for the 1959 mock election.
When I create a character, I do it with the directors, and I take their notes and try to have my notes meet in a common ground. I don’t create characters myself, and I don’t really think that’s my job. I’m not a prep person at all – plus, I’m just a lazy procrastinator.
I always put on M.A.C. Prep and Primer before anything.
The list of costly services that supplement some children’s public education is growing longer and now includes consultants, tutors, and test prep. That’s in addition to the homework help some stay-at-home parents can afford to provide.
Before I leave for the office in the morning, I read the ‘Financial Times’ and the ‘Economist.’ The key articles I need to understand are there, after which I focus on prep for the day.
I came from a prep school in New Jersey, so I get that when I got to FSU, some people weren’t sure about me – I didn’t play in Florida or Texas or at a powerhouse high school.
I think backstory is really important to know because I’m all about prep work. I like to do all of my work right away, as soon as I get it. I’m incapable of procrastinating on anything, so I like to do all of the work.
I definitely think I’m kind of more of an East Coast player than a West Coast player. But I knew at a young age, too, that if I didn’t get a scholarship that I was going to go to prep school.
I always thought that a prep school was what some people went to after high school to prepare themselves for college.