"I don’t really think much, I mean, it’s kinda like any other… it’s like playing any other part for me. I don’t really see much of a difference, I mean, I especially think that’s important if you’re sticking to the kinda the idea that Shameless is real and it’s about real life and like… It’s a person, you’re playing a person. And I really like how the writers approach it because it’s the same way I approach Mickey, which is not like a gay character, he’s not a gay person, he’s a person who happens to be gay there’s like a funny distinction, but I think it’s kinda an important one. It’s not any different than playing any other character."
- Noel Fisher on “What’s the most difficult part about acting in a gay relationship?”x (via mickeyandmumbles)
"I never wanted to grow up, and I found a job in which I’m allowed to never grow up and just play."