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It's better to shut up and look dangerous than speak and reveal yourself to be an idiot. If you could have a do-over of any event involving a woman, what would it be?
You had bunk beds in your first New York apartment. You to talk about it before you enter the apartment. I may have managed a makeout session or two, but I certainly don't remember being able to seal the deal. It's a bit of a cliché, but basically I wish I'd listened more. Listen to a different perspective and you almost always modify your position and realize you're probably too dogmatic, too competitive, too jealous, too frustrated.
A former rugby player and keen Southland supporter, he enjoys watching his boys play the game.
He is a former coach of the Marist Club’s premier side and last year he coached the Southland Secondary Girls Team, which took top place in the South Island competition.
Honestly, it was great to be able to take a girl out to a nice meal. The guilt of not being monogamous would be massive. Ben Mc Kenzie, 36, starred as Ryan Atwood, the show's resident bad boy—a mysterious, brooding kid from the wrong side of town, whose leather jackets drove the rich girls wild. Money was so tight he shared a bunk bed in his first New York City apartment. Here, Mc Kenzie—who is back on TV as an early James Gordon in FOX's breakout hit I was Riggins. I tried to milk the quiet, introverted type for as long as I could.Mc Kenzie's own backstory is decidedly less formulaic: After studying economics and foreign affairs at the University of Virginia, the Austin-born Mc Kenzie took a sharp right turn to acting. I did have a chance to briefly date a cheerleader, which was fun. But being on the team definitely helps an awkward teenager. You know that great quote they attribute to Abraham Lincoln: "Better to remain silent and be thought a fool than to speak out and remove all doubt"? But I would be fascinated to get the polling on that.He is a nephew of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan, Jr. Andrew's Episcopal School, where he was friends and flag football teammates with future Super Bowl MVP Drew Brees. Austin High School, playing wide receiver and defensive back for the school's football team.
From 1997–2001, he attended the University of Virginia, his father and paternal grandfather's alma mater, where he majored in foreign affairs and economics.
His middle name, Mc Kenzie, is his paternal grandmother's maiden name. Schenkkan, was a professor at the University of Texas at Austin, and worked with President Lyndon B.