He’s funny; he never appears to take himself too seriously in interviews and he is strikingly handsome with those huge heavily lashed eyes. He is also very generously talented. With his every utterance and with every aspect of his deportment, he is credit to his parents who (in case you have not noticed it) appear to never appear in public with him.
Regardless how he is cast—in a musical on Broadway, in quirky independent films, in the high drama of Equus, on Saturday Night Live and in his public persona—he always excels when the work lights are on and off.
His accomplished and unblemished type is rare—there are Hugh Jackman and Meryl Streep. And achieving this status in a world with Twitter/Instagram/Facebook is a particularly noteworthy accomplishment.