I like a lot of cats on here. Good crew of dudes (and a few ladies).
As for me, I'm best known as the autistic (yes, I am autistic), negative, questionable-troll who thinks he's better than most everyone, criticizes the team more than he praises them, doesn't care to waste time in thread flame wars, is a huge realist and is so far from a homer it's not even funny, has been to 70+ games and will always love the team even though he's far far away from them, and though he's a jerk ... he's actually a pretty decent dude once you get to know him.
If you really DO want to act, you need to go through a program. For example, LA and NY both have the Upright Citizens Brigade. I currently take sketch writing there. It's costs money, but as an actor you'll take five two-month courses of improv at which point you can then be put on their Harold or Maude professional teams. This is how many SNL people got their start. And you will need a regular job while you do it. If you think you'll just move to Cali and get an acting job through an agency ... well, you'll be wrong. You need to train, network, show your worth, and actually build a "resume" of your talent. That's how you top the thousand and thousands of people who move to "be discovered". Almost every famous actor went through training. So unless you look like some super male model dude ... it takes time and patience.