Do you share any traits with your on-screen character Finn Hudson? We are both optimistic. There’s a childlike innocence to Finn that I can certainly relate to. I see a lot of myself as a 14-year-old in Finn. But we’re also quite different – I didn’t even graduate from high school first time around. I only got my high school diploma last year, which I studied for by correspondence.
What’s your guilty pleasure? Bad horror movies. I enjoy them a lot more than I should.
Have you ever had therapy? Plenty – and it works, 100 per cent.
Who would play you in the movie of your life? That’s a hard one. Adam West, maybe.
What was the best kiss of your life? The first one: I was 15, in a barn’s hay loft, with a schoolfriend. What a cliché.
Most embarrassing moment? Going into a swimming pool as a kid and coming out again without my trunks on. I was nine – probably the worst age for that sort of thing to happen – and I was so embarrassed.