I just stopped playing bitches on wheels and peoples’ mothers. I have only a few more years to kick up my heels!
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- Stage charm guarantees in advance an actor’s hold on the audience, it helps him to carry over to large numbers of people his creative purposes. It enhances his roles and his art. Yet it is of utmost importance that he use this precious gift with prudence, wisdom, and modesty. It is a great shame when he does not realize this and goes on to exploit, to play on his ability to charm.
- From ’86 until the summer of last year, wherever I went, people would say, You would have made a great James Bond! Weren’t you going to be James Bond? You should have been, you could have been, you may have been. Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes. It was like unfinished business in my life. I couldn’t say no to it this time around.
- Talk to them about things they don’t know. Try to give them an inferiority complex. If the actress is beautiful, screw her. If she isn’t, present her with a valuable painting she will not understand. If they insist on being boring, kick their asses or twist their noses. And that’s about all there is to it.
- You know how in high school you do these plays and people come up after the show and they’re really excited for you? Well, that’s what’s happening to me right now.
- The best actors do not let the wheels show.
- I’m not an actress who can create a character. I play me.