Los Angeles: Actor Johnny Depp, who loved transforming himself to portray out-of-the-box characters on-screen, says the intense focus on his life makes him feel like a fugitive.
The actor, 51, is game to try anything when it comes to his acting but Depp does not like being observed, reported a magazine.
"I'm living, in a sense, like a fugitive. I don't like to be in social situations. It's fine for me in a weird way, having to run and hide. Less and less, I have the opportunity to observe, because I'm the one being observed," he said.
Depp's last two outings 'Transcendence' and 'The Lone Ranger' did not do well at the box office but the actor does not want to think much about the outcomes. The actor said Marlon Brando once told him 'Life is a birdsong'.
"That's stuck with me. For everybody, the clock's ticking. The main thing is whether you sit there and stare at the clock in fear of your ultimate demise -- which is pointless -- or you just live," the actor said.