You might think that, with as many limitations as Eric the Actor has, he wouldn't impose any more them onto himself, and you'd be wrong about that. The wannabe actor has firmly stated that he will not take any role that involves cross-dressing, homosexuality, crime, stalking, or a litany of other characteristics he finds in poor taste.
Howard 101 Host Chuck Zito feels the exact same way. When the tough guy had Tony Danza and Steve Guttenberg on his show, the two guests agreed that a real actor should allow themselves the freedom to play a part that isn't a reflection on who they really are. (As Tony put it: you're either an actor, or you're not.)
Zito responded to this by saying the HBO Series Oz once planned to take his character "all the way," only to have Zito tell them he doesn't rape, and he doesn't get raped. He then shared further by recounting the time he was asked to piss his pants when a gun was pressed to his head, to which he responded: "That ain't happening."
Tony Danza dared to call Zito "chickenshit" for these views on acting, which we would never, ever do ourselves. But Chuck did garner support from Eric the Actor, who called in to say he agreed fully with Chuck, which puts them both in good company... apparently.