Roberto Aguire Quotes

  • My number one passion is acting, but I also think there's something so special in being able to support a script and an idea and take it all the way through to fruition. I think that process is so rewarding.
  • I do think you are mainly thrown into one medium as an actor, and then hopefully you grow from there.
  • My progression into acting was pretty slow. I was constantly performing in different kinds of small shows. One year I would be in a magic show, the next year in a circus show, then a small play, and then a dance show.
  • There is a saying that every single person in the world has something to teach you. So the more people I get to work with, the more I can learn, and the better actor I will become.
  • It's interesting: I think, as a Latino actor, the biggest challenge is being called 'Latino' because immediately, the world has a perception of what that means.
  • To create a fully formed character full of life, struggle, and humanity is tough.
  • People forget that the more we know about the world - about people, cultures, and about life - the stronger we are as actors because the more we can bring to our characters.
  • Everything you could imagine Robin Williams being, he was and more.
  • A Latino actor can't play this and a Latino actor can't play that because they're Latino.
  • My grandmother is one of the biggest inspirations of my life. She was my biggest fan, and she made sure everybody knew it. Her never-ending joy was infectious, and there wasn't anyone who could beat her at partying and having fun.
  • I'm a huge fan of Leonardo DiCaprio's career. I love the path that he's taken. He seems to be very conscious of exactly what kind of project he wants for the following part of his career.
  • Latinos can do anything.
  • The most important thing for me is to continue to impact people through my work.
  • I guess I'm kind of a mutt. I was born in the U.S., my parents are from Mexico, and I grew up in Switzerland. It's weird because I sound American, but I spell theater 'theatre' with the 'r' before the 'e'.