There is a weirdness about having a famous pre-pubescent in the house when you are going through the trials and tribulations of adolescence.
I am a proud participant of the Spencer Tracy School of Acting: Know your lines, don't bump into the furniture.
If you're a kid in Southern California, somebody - whether it's you or your parents - somebody throws your hat into the ring and I think everyone had a commercial or two.
As it has been told to me, my Dad had some kind of deal with Dick Clark. But when we got here, that fell through. So we were out here with no job, no furniture, no food.
It's weird because horses kind of come and go in my life.
If you ever get rich and famous, by definition you are special. You have done something special, and therefore you start to behave special. Then if the floor drops out, and you become down and out, you have a really new perspective.