I think anybody would be hard pressed not to relate to at least one of the characters, because there’s so many different multifaceted people populating this crazy world.
Happy Birthday, Michael C. Hall!
All moments are divine if you can be fully alive to them.
Question: “What else do you want Dexter to do?”
Michael C. Hall: “I’d like to do an all musical episode of the show, just kidding.”
“On behalf of the entire ‘Dexter’ family, we relish the invitation to delve ever deeper into Dexter’s world.”
—Michael C. Hall
Question: Have you ever peed in the shower?
Michael C. Hall: Yes! Have I ever NOT peed in the shower? …It’s a great disinfectant, actually.
There’s no order anymore…
Michael C. Hall: On the streets of New York, it was surprisingly easy to follow people without being noticed. If you’re out in New York and you’ve been out for half hour, 45 minutes chances are there’s probably like five people following you around.
Michael C. Hall: I think of Dexter’s kills as I think of my children, if I had them. I mean, I love them equally.
Conan: When you bump into fans on the street, they want a picture with you and a lot of celebrities have this but your fans want a very specific kind of picture with you, don’t they?
Michael C. Hall: Yeah they’ll say, you know, could you pretend to be killing me? Could you be choking me? Could you pretend you’re sticking the thing in me? …. The syringe.
Question: Who’s been your favorite villain? (besides Trinity)
Michael C. Hall: I always go back to Little Chino just because he was sooo big. (laughs) I laugh about Little Chino in part because of a scene that never made it where I literally tried to pick Matt Willig up as dead body weight off the floor. He’s 6’8, 280 and like… SOLID! It wasn’t like funny impossible; it was impossible.
Do you ever find yourself in a situation, say shopping for knives, and think, ‘Would Dexter be buying this?’
Question: Strangest wardrobe?
Michael C. Hall: There was a show I did, Timon of Athens at Shakespeare in the Park. We had to wear these mannequins on our heads, they were like hats. We did a dance where the mannequins sort of danced with the other mannequins… it was kind of like mannequin chicken, with mannequins. Not that the goal was to knock the other mannequin off, it was like, friendly chicken… mannequin chicken dance.