You need three things, I think. You need luck. You need hard work. And you need talent. And you need at least two of those, and one of them has to be luck, unfortunately. So you might as well get used to that. But the other two, you can't control your talent; you have to assume you're talented. Believe in yourself; believe you are. And the one thing you can do is work hard. I think probably to be a happy actor, you have to enjoy the being an actor as much as you enjoy acting. What I mean by that is, if you're the sort of person who doesn't enjoy not knowing when their next job's going to happen, it can be a really miserable life. I don't know how you work on that but just know that all of the struggle to get ahead is the job, it's not like that finishes at some point. You don't kind of breakthrough and then that stops. It goes on forever so you might as well enjoy that bit. It's part of your day. It's part of your job. It's what you're being paid to do even during the bits when you're not being paid. If you're a company and you earn some money doing that contract, it pays for your office to stay open. You've got to be happy in the pursuit of it because otherwise you'll be miserable. But it's the most amazing thing in the world. It's nice work if you can get it. I love what I do. I get to play for a living. I thank my lucky stars right now. Who knew?