The greatest thing about where my life is right now is it's very relaxed and chill. I'm just hanging out, being myself and doing my work.— Lucas Grabeel
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I play, like, 12 instruments. Guitar, piano, harmonica, African drums... I'm working on mastering the accordion.
I'm competitive with myself, but not with other people. I set goals for myself. I don't really care about winning or losing as long as I do my best.
Success is the most important to many, to me it's just a bonus.
Every day it seems like something happens to assure me I'm in the right place, and that doing anything else would be wrong. I feel so incredibly blessed.
I dislike math, yet I respect and appreciate the fact that math is the language of the universe.
In high school, I was Mr. Choir Boy. I had solos, I was helping out the tenors with their parts and our choir teacher would ask me what songs we should do.
I still feel like a little boy on the set, watching the movie magic being made.
Things have changed from the old days when movie studios encouraged stars to partner up for publicity. There's been some pressure from Disney Channel for people to not have a personal relationship with their business partners.
When Grease and Fame came out, people thought they were cheesy.
It's nice to know you're working on something that will mean something to kids.
I really want to do more mature, artistic, twisted, edgy films. That is my goal.
I always wish life could be a musical. One person just says 5, 6, 7, 8.
I grew up with the classics. My mom and I would sit and watch "Singin' in the Rain" and "White Christmas" - those kind of movies.
As far as my dreams go, all I want to do is be a working actor, and I happily achieved that.
I was just passing buy some racks of socks and remembered I needed some.
So I picked 'em up. 1 black, 2 grey and 3 white pairs.
I hope to be a producer, a musician, a painter, a photographer - I'm going to push myself to do as many things as I can and see where it goes.
I don't care about money or fame or anything like that, but it would be a perk.
Math is the language of the universe.
Don't just learn one thing; learn everything about whatever you're going into. If you want to be an actor, if you want to be on Broadway, hang lights, sweep floors, sell tickets, be an usher, do everything that you can because that's where you learn your character and your craft.