I think it’s just a sketch of the irons. I make a little picture out of it and put it in the eye of the eye of the eye. I don’t think its very useful, but I don’t know why it doesn’t work!
When designing characters, do you sketch what you would want to see in the final product, or do you draw everything first? I know with some characters, I might be able to see pretty well through them. In some cases, that’s not an option. It’s something I have to make a conscious choice of what I’d like to see, so I can always work on it.
Can you share some of your most famous characters with us and what they meant to you?
I would say myself.
You mentioned in one of your interviews with Chris in the past that you wanted to do more of an autobiography. Do you have anything in the works that would address that?
I’m not really a writer anymore. I’m a playwright and a filmmaker, which takes up a lot of my time because I’m always editing or working on something, but I always wanted to revisit myself. It’s been a long time, I’ve gone through a lot, and a lot has happened in my life that had an impact on who I am and what’s happening to me.
You’ve played a lot of characters with different ethnicities. What would you say they represented to you on stage?
Well… I suppose I have a lot of friends who are Irish, and I have friends who are South Asian. My brother’s a South Asian who went to Yale, and he’s an ethnic Chinese, and I’m a South Asian—that’s a pretty significant difference in where I come from. So, I get to play so many characters that reflect my own background, where I come from.
You’ve mentioned you were introduced to your role as “Polly” in The Office by a guy you hadn’t heard of. Any chance you could tell us what that character was and how important she was to your success with the character.
I think what I’ve had the most fun with is being recognized throughout this show. I’ve never been more nervous—being on a big show is a bit intimidating, but being recognized was probably the most nerve-wracking thing I’d ever done in my career and maybe the beginning of my career. I’m getting to play characters who have the responsibility to be able to stand
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