Ethan Hawke made an appearance at the Late Night with Seth Meyers, and the actor said that he was not mad at losing an Oscar for his movie Boyhood. The actor said that it is better if you do not win as that means you are in cannot lose situation. That is how he looks at it. The 44-year-old actor was all smiles at the Q & A session of the official Academy screening of his film Seymour: An Introduction on Thursday in New York City. The actor joined producer Greg Loser and star and subject of the documentary Seymour Bernstein, a pianist-teacher-composer. Ethan is an actor, director and writer who have been nominated for four Academy Awards. He made is debut in 1985 with Explorers before giving a breakthrough performance in 1989 drama Dead Poets Society. The actor has also directed two films, three Off-Broadway plays and a documentary along with writing two novels.