I like the fact that I'm involved in a career that gives me so many different mediums to perform in.

We're very sure to stay in character, to experience the Sharknado as though it was real. That's what acting is.

We have so many foreign fans, I think we should take the movie to them. I thought, 'Wouldn't it be great, instead of demolishing a city, if we, through a 'Sharknado,' could rebuild it? Wouldn't it be fantastic if we went to Italy and a 'Sharknado' straightened the Tower of Pisa?'

'Dancing With the Stars' has become a phenomenon, and when I look at that type of reality show, it's like a variety show.

I've managed to catch lightning in a bottle a couple times. I'm very lucky. But I want to do this forever. I enjoy it so much. One of the challenges as an actor is to stay relevant.

When I read the script for '90210,' I thought, 'Boy, this is very superficial,' and it was. I mean, the pilot was all about the glitz and the glamour of Beverly Hills, the obnoxious kids, and the fish-out-of-water story of Brenda and Brandon Walsh. I couldn't discern from that first script that the show would become very issue-oriented.

I think my perspective on my age is really irrelevant.

The weirdest request I got was for a picture of me naked with nothing on but my cowboy boots. Needless to say, she went home empty-handed. I have, however, on several occasions, strolled around my apartment in nothing but my cowboy boots. There was just no one there to take pictures.

I always wanted to do action-adventure, and science fiction genres were always something that were of great interest to me.

I'm always looking for additional revenue streams.

There's all these summer blockbusters out there, but nobody's talking about them... they're talking about 'Sharknado.' It's amazing!

I like action-adventure movies.

I'm a dad, and that's a job you can't fail at.

Major motion picture studios spend hundreds of millions of dollars trying to capture some of whatever it is that makes our little 'Sharknado' movie globally popular.

Past success is no guarantee of future success, so I have learned to be an entrepreneur. I began to produce and direct my own projects.

For me, to get to play an action hero in a science fiction film is a marriage of two genres that I'm a huge fan of.

I just try to do the best job I can with what I'm given. My main focus is the work and not the glamour.

When I read the first 'Sharknado' movie, I thought it was terrible. I told my wife that I couldn't do this movie, that it would be the end of my career.

In the entertainment industry, there remains one constant: change.

I was 28 years old playing a 16-year-old. I just kept my mouth shut. I never talked about it.

The brilliance of 'Sharknado 2' is it's more of the same - similar formula, more of the experience.

I can't walk down the street anywhere in the world without being stopped. It can be an interruption, but on the whole, it's flattering.

Ideally, it would be five days a week, spending at least an hour at the gym doing cardio three of those days and resistance training all of those days. My cardio is typically interval training.

We've shown the entertainment industry what social media is capable of doing for a movie. 'Sharknado' is now a noun.

There was such mass appeal for 'Sharknado.' It went over so well - not just here in the United States but globally - that it would be such a missed opportunity and a ripoff for the fans not to bring 'Sharknado' back.

I view having celebrity as having capital, and I don't know a better way to spend that capital other then helping people.

I look at myself more as really an entertainer. Yes, I act, but there are other things that I can do.

I don't get claustrophobic.

I never envisioned that I would be able to bring something to the entertainment table that would fit Las Vegas. Vegas is so presentational; it's live theater and, for me, it's always been film or television, which isn't why people come to Las Vegas. So it's exciting to be apart of all of this, the thrust of the entertainment of Vegas.

There are so many people that say they are actors and they don't spend for 5 minutes a day working on their craft. You need to train and need to take classes to keep your tools sharp. I'm always in class, whether it's theater or drama workshops.

David Hasselhoff is awesome.

I have two children of my own; I can't imagine anything more horrific than to have a child suffering with EB.

Before 'Dancing with the Stars,' I'd directed a short called 'Man vs. Monday' that I sent out to all the festivals just to show I can direct and produce. It was also a template to launch a movie or a TV series.

When I was a kid, it was always very embarrassing for me if I wet the bed - I was 5 years old. I didn't want my parents or my brothers to find out because they'd bust my chops to no end.

We barely had cell phones on '90210.' It started in the '90s. That's pretty much when fax machines came into play. When I first got the script for '90210' I had to come into New York to get it. It was not emailed to me; there was no email.

I enjoy the holidays, but I'm back to work pretty quickly.

I can't tell you the deluge of images that were sent to me through all the different social media platforms of families partying together... enjoying 'Sharknado.'

As an actor, you know that every act has a closing curtain.

Being married, I don't know how to describe it. It's very comfortable when you find the right person. It all comes together beautifully.

Like every audition I go on, I do my best, but after that, I let it go because, you know, the rejection rate is so great in Hollywood, and I can only control what I do in the audition, and after that it's up to somebody else.

Bo Derek was wonderful to work with.

Everyone wanted to be eaten. It seems like it's a badge of honor to have that on your IMDb account when it says, 'Man No. 2 eaten in 'Sharknado.'

Some of my earliest memories are dancing in the kitchen, standing on my mom's toes.

Being married, I've got so many things to do that I am the last to do things for myself. Taking care of my body has been difficult, but I am doing the best that I can.

When all the other kids were playing sports after school, I wanted to sing and dance and act.

Failure is not an option. So, we're committed to the success of not just our relationship but to raising two amazing girls... It's dedication. We've anchored ourselves to a foundation of accountability, and we've set out to be successful at this, so we're going to do it.

Anything I can do to raise awareness and money for charity, I like to do.

As a father and a provider, no stone goes unturned.

When I got the call from Chippendales, my jaw dropped, as it came on the heels of TMZ calling me fat on national TV. I am passionate about health and fitness, so I've kept in shape, and dancing is something I've always enjoyed, so I figured, why not?