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School was great. There were no boys there, which didn't really bother me at the time because I had two brothers, so I was quite pleased not to spend any more time with boys.
I think if I could have a boyfriend like my brothers I'd be really happy. But without the brother thing.
I don't believe in director's cuts where you make things longer. The coolest thing was when the Coen brothers did a director's cut of 'Blood Simple,' and they made it shorter.
My grandfather had been on the New York City force with his 11 brothers around the turn of the century. He was killed in the line of duty. My father, who was 16, was the oldest son, so he had to quit school and go to work to support his mother.
I grew up in a bus, traveled with various circuses and freak shows. I was a trapeze artist, and that was my dream. We just traveled the whole world, me and my mom and my little brothers and sisters. It was an adventure.
I like to do stuff for my brothers and sisters to appreciate because they look up to me, and for other kids around the world who want to get into acting or who just want to have somebody to look up to.
My elder brothers were all put apprentices to different trades. I was put to the grammar-school at eight years of age, my father intending to devote me, as the tithe of his sons, to the service of the Church.
I had no talent for science. What was infinitely worse: all my fraternity brothers were engineers.
I come from a family of four brothers, so I like sports.
The Lord has promised great rewards for those who reach out to strengthen their brothers and sisters.
Joseph B. Wirthlin
I grew up with three brothers, so nearly everything I had was destroyed or made fun of.
For my very first movie, 'Roger and Me,' I made it as part of my deal with Warner Brothers that the four people that were evicted in that film, that Warner Brothers would house - would pay their mortgage or their rent for the next two years to give them a chance to get on their feet.
I only get angry at my brothers and at my father.
I was always being called upon to be an honorary boy alongside my brothers. I don't think I'd be a comic now if it hadn't been for that.
The Doobie Brothers' 'What a Fool Believes' makes me want to move. And I still haven't gotten over the Macarena. Who has?
My brothers and I grew up on stories about our grandfather building one-room schoolhouses and about our grandparents' courtship and their early lives together in Indian Territory.
I thought I was funny as a kid. I used to play tricks on my brothers - I'd tie a two-shilling piece to a bit of cotton, then pull it away as they went to grab it.
The Marx Brothers isn't subtle, and that's hilarious.
There was a beautiful church where I lived in Navan, taught by the Christian brothers: fierce, angry men, repressed.
My brothers were gone on tour a lot, and I would miss them so much.
There's nothing my brothers and I didn't put a hole in. We turned our home into a Wiffle house.
The first record I bought myself could have been 'Oh Lonesome Me' by Don Gibson or 'Wake Up Little Susie' by the Everly Brothers.
Don't Mormons believe that Jesus and the devil are brothers?
I really don't know anything else because my brothers were famous when I was two years old. So I know nothing else, no other life.
I signed up for 'Brothers & Sisters' because I think it's a really great show. I like my character, and I'm really interested in what he has to do every day - and this cast is so spectacular. I really wanted to work with this particular group of people.
John F. Kennedy
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