Last month, you got to take a VIP tour of the White House with your wife and daughter. What's been the coolest perk of stardom that you've experienced over the course of your career?
That was a pretty big perk, the tour of the White House. We thought when we went, we were just going to see Marine One lift off, because that's a pretty amazing thing to watch, and when we got there, they said, "The president wants to see you." The three of us sat outside the Oval Office, he stuck his head out and said, "Come in." Barack Obama took us around the Oval Office, and we stood in front of one of the original Emancipation Proclamations, which is a pretty amazing thing to be standing there with the first African-American president, looking at one of the original Emancipation Proclamations, signed by Abraham Lincoln. It was pretty big for my daughter, too. What a great moment in time for her! I don't think she had full appreciation for it yet, but I'm sure when she's older, she'll look back and go, "Wow, that was a moment."