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"I've noticed if you stay alive long enough and you just continue to work hard, you'll inevitably be successful," says Gubler. A natural-born performer since he could walk and talk, Gubler found happiness from entertaining others.
Glamour: Your mom, Marilyn, is a rancher and a political consultant. Matthew: She's a rancher, a jack of all trades, a brilliant real-estate mind, and most of all, just the most loveliest mom. She runs a ranch and is on horseback a lot of the day, and she's just the greatest. You've talked about being bullied as a kid, so what was it like being judged in a new way? I'm so thankful for every bully I've ever had.Every blanket sold, one will be given to a kid in need. Matthew: It's all I've ever wanted to do. They had a fishing line that attached around my ear because I kind of got bullied a lot, so it was easier to repair those than glasses that had bands.I like the idea of giving things to people in need. I have a crazy memory, and I remember being two years old at someone's party and thinking, "This party is boring! " I got up and tried to do this really dumb dance that I saw Winnie the Pooh do, and I remember falling over and thinking, "This is what it's all about."Glamour: What did your parents think? Matthew: They are the most lovely, encouraging parents a kid could ever ask for. I've been wearing fedoras since I was six years old until I wore that hat to the Beach Boys concert. They are probably the ugliest glasses you've ever seen in your entire life, but very practical.I'm really proud of everything I've done as a director. And I can't wait to make more videos and direct more stuff. Glamour: What made you guys work so well, and how were you able to stay such good friends with her?Every episode I've directed on ] I'm like the Kanye West of directors. Glamour: Speaking of your creativity, you have quite an amazing house. Grandma Gubler, the most elegant and warm-hearted woman to ever walk the face of the earth, went to Japan when I was seven and again at nine, and brought me back a silk kimono. She then passed away when I was around 10, and my dad came in and gave me an adult kimono that he said she bought for me when I grew up—I'm gonna cry a little bit—but, caveat to the story—and I still don't know the truth—but I have a sneaking suspicion that she bought it for him, and then he gave it to me. Matthew: I fall in love with wonderful people and people that can't be replicated.