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I remember hearing someone say that good acting is more about taking off a mask than putting one on, and in movie acting, certainly that's true. With the camera so close, you can see right down into your soul, hopefully. So being able to do that in a way is terrifying, and in another way, truly liberating. And I like that about it.
Don't you want to know what's real and what's not? I remember when I was a kid, you know, this whole Cold War thing. They had us scared of the Russians. So, it's almost like, what's real and what's not?
New fiction writers are a special breed in my estimation, and I never dreamed that so many people would be interested, but I remember being led by God.
I know virtually no one of my age who can remember a hug, or a smile from their father, or a 'Let's go play football.'
When I was on Broadway when I was little, I remember always driving through Times Square with my dad to the theater. Now when I go back, you can't even drive on Broadway in the 40s. New Times Square is too touristy to me.
I have always let the lack of Indian actors in the industry drive me, not hold me back. I remember an agent in L.A. telling me a few years ago that an Indian actor wouldn't ever make it in Hollywood, but my ethnicity has helped me.
I remember sitting in school and thinking, 'I don't know why I'm here, because I know I'm going to act and I know I'm going to America.'
I remember the first reading of the script we had and everybody was sitting around the table. I was very impressed with the level of acting that was in the room, particularly with Jennifer who has so much responsibility.
Always and never are two words you should always remember never to use.
I tell everybody the same thing: You have to make every dish so when you taste it, you should remember it when you go home.
When I write down my thoughts, they do not escape me. This action makes me remember my strength which I forget at all times. I educate myself proportionately to my captured thought. I aim only to distinguish the contradiction between my mind and nothingness.
Isidore Ducasse Lautreamont
The first music I was exposed to was Stravinsky and I loved it but I don't remember it.
Then, there was Greenpeace, I remember that when they first started out with the boats in the waters, and the guys in the boats between the whales and the boats that will hunting the whales with spear guns.
You have to remember the band played from 1960 to 1965, every night. You get into a rut playing nightclubs every night, and you didn't want to run it into the ground.
I remember when I got a part on 'Seinfeld' it was like an out of body experience, I was so excited.
We should remember the campaign advertising will be only a smaller portion of the President's total exposure.
I think in Vice and American Me I played very silent, rigid characters and people remember them.
Edward James Olmos
I didn't know how to go about preparing for the part of someone who can't remember who he is. The frustration angle is written in, but there's also this incredible passive state.
I remember seeing Bill Hurt in New York once. I talked to him on the phone around 1988 and that's about it. I was shooting in New York and somebody said Glenn Close came by the set.
I was a kid, and I remember my mother singing. She was also a radio soap opera actress, but my mother sang.
I remember those days with Bergman with great nostalgia. We were aware that the films were going to be quite important, and the work felt meaningful.
Max von Sydow
We must remember that politics is more than a power game. The core of politics in my view is to serve our citizens, to serve our fellow human beings.
Kjell Magne Bondevik
It's really important to remember that most people in the public eye are human for a start and a lot of things that you read in the media get slightly misconstrued and manipulated.
I first started acting in primary school, just doing little plays. And from the moment I began, something just went 'click' inside me. Suddenly I wasn't shy anymore. Instead I felt confident and happy. I can remember the enormous sense of relief it gave me. I loved the feeling of making people laugh.
I remember once giving my dad some drawings and writings and said, 'If you could just give these to the publisher, that would be great.' And I was about five!
Without siblings you get quite a skewed vision of yourself and of the world. I always felt I didn't understand how it worked. I remember feeling quite lonely.
Remember that I was out of the closet at the age of sixteen. My parents knew I was gay; I'd had to tell them.
You'll never get mixed up if you simply tell the truth. Then you don't have to remember what you have said, and you never forget what you have said.
I keep a quotes journal - of every sentence that I've wanted to remember from my reading of the past 30 years.
I don't remember writing anything until I wrote my college application.
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