Jennifer Grant Quotes

  • Dad has, and had, a deservedly glowing reputation. However, this belief in 'reputation first' seems to have given rise to his fears of what might be rumored after his death.
  • Cary Benjamin sleeps dreamily on my stomach as we're both bonding and recuperating. He's phenomenal.
  • He'd forgiven who he needed to forgive, let go of what he needed to, and accepted himself as he was. Archibald Alexander Leach, Cary Grant, and all.
  • Can't blame men for wanting him. And wouldn't be surprised if Dad even mildly flirted back. Dad somewhat enjoyed being called gay. He said it made women want to prove the assertion wrong.
  • He was an amazing father. I clutched my memories of him to my heart for so long, but he's a part of the world.
  • I am my father's only child. The world knows a two-dimensional Cary Grant. As charming a star and as remarkable a gentleman as he was, he was still a more thoughtful and loving father.
  • My son Cary's generation likely won't know who my father was, but it's something nice for him that his grandfather was an icon. I had one chance to pass along that name.
  • At some level it's still hard for me to admit that my father died. I can talk about it and around it, but those two words. 'He died.' What can that possibly mean? That I won't get to hear his voice again?
  • When it comes to Father's Day, I will remember my dad for both being there to nurture me and also for the times he gave me on my own to cultivate my own interests and to nurture my own spirit.
  • In my father's later years he asked several times that I remember him the way I knew him. He said that after his death, people would talk. They would say 'things' about him and he wouldn't be there to defend himself.
  • Dad was synonymous with his charm and wit and grace, and it was sort of the perfect way to go for him.
  • I fell completely in love with acting. I guess I was bitten.
  • It's not what your parents give you. It's what you do with your own stuff.
  • To be honest, I think I'd become a bit selfish with memories of my father. I wanted to hug them close to me.
  • The best word to describe my father? Thoughtful. There was a tender quality to Dad that his sense of fun could sometimes mask. But, above all, he was sensitive and looked out for those he loved.