Actor Tony Hale is the latest to compete in the Delish series "The Chopping Block" where contestants have to cut as many onions as possible while answering questions and trying not to cry. Between pauses for crying, Tony gave us some insight about his daily routines, upcoming projects, and how he gets into character on the job.

As for how he starts his day, Tony says he's a creature of habit in the mornings. "I make a smoothie with coffee and protein powder and cherries—that does not make a lick of sense—but it's really good and I kind of have a habit of it," he said.

Other foods he always has in his fridge include frozen grapes with lime Jell-O powder on top of it for dessert. Strange food preferences aside, Tony says he takes most of his onion chopping skills from two people: vice president Kamala Harris and Gordon Ramsay.

Between his acting jobs, most notably his role in Arrested Development and as the voice of Forky in Toy Story, getting into character requires relating to the role for Tony. One of the most rewarding parts of it all is being able to impress his kid fans when possible.

"The really fun thing is when parents come up to me and tell their kids 'Hey, Tony voiced Forky on Toy Story.' And the kids look at me like 'That's not Forky why are you saying that?'" Tony then sends a message using his Forky voice and kids go wild for it. And frankly, who wouldn't?!

Catch Tony Hale in his new Disney+ show The Mysterious Benedict Society.

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