I was recently watching a few TNG blooper reels and while everyone had their share of flubs when it came to delivering lines, from what I saw, it seemed like it frustrated you the most. Was there more pressure working on the TNG than on film sets?


I was really hard on myself back then. I had undiagnosed and untreated depression and anxiety, and it tended to manifest itself in extreme frustration when I made little mistakes. There was a lot of pressure on me, but I think I put most of it onto myself.

What I find most inspiring about Wil Wheaton is that he turns nearly every assist into a layup.

Leave a Reply

Powered by: Wordpress