Nine times out of 10, the director wants you to take your little part and make something awesome. Nobody ever stopped you."Shortly after the release of , an independent horror movie helmed by Wes Craven. ' She picked up the phone and called them, which I thought was very funny.
As he spoke, he chewed his way through a pulled pork sandwich with added bacon (despite the waitress's insistence that he was going to die). He acted throughout high school and after a short time at a junior college called up his parents and told them he needed to quit school.
"I distinctly remember saying to my mom, ' Look, I can always go back and get my degree,'" he said.
He continued to be given secondary roles, while still upholding a reputation for strikingly high-energy performances.
He played Brock Hudson, a parody of a choreographer Adam Shankman, surged with boundless enthusiasm.
"There were just full-throttle choices all the time. He had roles in films you've probably never heard of — , Lillard assumed he'd never get the role.