I probably was about 13. I guess “professionally” would be the first time I entered into a studio, or film, and maybe television, and performed for money. It was probably 13, 14 years old, something like that. Once again, all these opportunities were just presented. I did not go out and pursue them, and I was always surprised. I was always very surprised at how people received what I did. I was always like, “Really? I said those lines okay?” I think there was a certain amount of seriousness. From a child, I understood that. I think that my work ethic — I think the work ethic that was established in my family — was also something very important. If you plant the seed, if you sow sparingly you’ll reap sparingly. If you sow in abundance you’ll reap in abundance. So that was always sort of in us from very young. So even the things that I love, I tried to put a couple seeds, a bunch of seeds in the ground and see what sprung up. Sometimes it was acting and sometimes it was music. But whatever it was I continued to plant.