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I'll tell you, there is nothing better in life than being a late bloomer. I believe that success can happen at any time and at any age.
I'll be honest: I was a super-late bloomer, and I was kind of a prude.
I was such a late bloomer when it comes to fashion.
I was a late bloomer. I was a kinda shy little kid, definitely a child of the dark side. I wanted to play guitar and be in a rock band.
I got a very late start at fatherhood. I'm a late bloomer in general. It took me seven years to get through four years of college. I was five years away from 40 before I had a family, and I had never been around kids much at all. All of a sudden, I was around three boys all the time.
I knew at a young age that I wanted to do comedy, and maybe part of that was trying to fit in at school because I had a weird name, and my parents had these accents, and I was definitely a late bloomer.
I was very much a late bloomer. That's not to say that girls didn't express interest in me from time to time, but I just, I did not know how to respond to that.
Really, I was such a late bloomer, I really didn't learn how to be me until I was in my late '40s, which is when I started playing roles that were closer to me.
I was a late bloomer. I tried out for the football team, and I got locked off the field. That's how I wound up in drama.
'Late bloomer' is another way of saying 'slow learner.'
I always thought of myself as a later bloomer, so I like some of my work more later than earlier.
I've always been a late bloomer. My body developed late. From ninth to 10th grade, I grew like 3 inches. Just kind of stretched out. I was like 6-1, grew to 6-4 in 10th grade.
I'm a late bloomer. I believe 40 is the new 19.
In 'George Lopez', I played Veronica who's a bratty 18-year-old, and so I feel like it's much easier for me to play that because I feel like a late bloomer. It wasn't difficult or challenging at all because it's not like I haven't been a teenager.
I grew up in Indiana. I'm a late bloomer, very naive.
Being a late bloomer, I really didn't have any interest in children until my late 30s, but I'm so happy I didn't go through life without that experience.
I was a shy kid, a late bloomer. At 22, I was probably 16 emotionally.
I'm such a late bloomer.
I've never felt like I've exactly traded on my looks. When I was a teenager, I was an ultra late bloomer, and my mom would say it was a blessing because it means you never have to wonder if guys are only interested in you because you've got boobs.
I was a late bloomer, but I had a career as a contemporary dancer before that, so I had some kind of connection to this world. But I was always a little more in love with the drama of dancing than the aesthetics, so I thought, 'Why don't you give it a chance if you think you can do it a little different?'
I'm a late bloomer. It's taken me a long time to find my voice, and I think all the records I've made over the years, I was finding my voice, and that's part of the process.
I was a late bloomer.
I'm a late bloomer. Being a late bloomer is a problem when you decide at 40 you want to have children.
I was a late bloomer. I wasn't a child performer.
A. P. J. Abdul Kalam
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