“I was basically doing cocaine pretty much on a daily basis during the ’80s,” the actor admitted. He also opened up about his jealously over second wife Meg Ryan's career success in the 1990s. “I didn't think I was that small, but I was,” he said.
Dennis Quaid, star of the film A Dog’s Purpose, joined Ellen on Monday and addressed the behind-the-scenes video from the set that has sparked outrage among animal lovers. Quaid says he didn’t witness any mistreatment of dogs or any other animals on set. “First off, I would not be on a set that had any kind of abuse to animals, any animals, or people, and I don’t think this video tells the whole story,” Quaid said.
Dennis Quaid was on "The Late Show with Stephen Colbert" to promote his online drama, "The Art of More," in which he plays a real estate mogul with political aspirations. Quaid admits that his character is like Donald Trump, but perhaps a little kinder and softer.