Tina Yothers Quotes

  • It's definitely a struggle to prove yourself just as a good human being. I'm so proud of who I am and what I've become, the morals I have, and the people that I'm surrounded by.
  • It's never been bad or ridiculous. I know who I am and what I've done, and I'm really comfortable with myself.
  • My brother's been producing rap music and hip-hop for maybe 10 years.
  • The music and everything we're doing on the stage and on television backs itself up. If that's what gets people's curiosity going or brings their attention to us, that's fine.
  • People never cease to amaze me.
  • I have no complaints with the whole childhood acting thing, because I wanted to do it.
  • You can definitely become a victim and let people completely destroy your life.
  • You have to laugh, you have to be able to take criticism.
  • With the other fellow actors who have gone astray, I think it's sad that society wants to label the business as doing this to people. It's really not true.
  • Someone like Russell Crowe is questioned for his passion for music, and whatever he does, music is just in his heart and soul. All he wants to do is music.
  • Whatever I'm doing, whatever comes along, this music is something that I've always wanted to do.
  • I've been in this business my whole life. I'm pretty bulletproof as far as being hurt.
  • My parents were involved in everything I did. They were showbiz people themselves. My dad was an actor. They were parents; they did what parents are supposed to do.
  • I had an amazing experience working with great people. I had a great family, a typical family with drama in certain areas, and that's pretty much everywhere in everyone's life.
  • They did that little thing on South Park, and they mentioned my name and had a character of me judging a Halloween contest. It was really funny. That made me the coolest aunt on earth.
  • When entertainment was begun, during the Depression, it was supposed to take people's minds off reality. People could sing, dance, act or do anything. It was the type of entertainment that was available.
  • There's a constant flow of child actors. It's kind of funny to watch the new crew come through. I think, You poor little things. You're going to have to struggle for a long time.
  • You just have to have the guidance to lead you in the direction until you can do it yourself.
  • I'm very proud of Family Ties. It's meant a lot to a lot of people.
  • I got in touch with my agent and told him I wanted to start going out on things again.
  • I stopped acting because I had other passions I wanted to pursue.
  • Things went in a direction that I didn't want to go. I started doing bit parts and things that are pretty much laid out for people in my position. The parts were pretty generic.
  • With a lot of kids in the business, the parents get as twisted as they do, and there's a lot of opportunities to go their own way, but anyone has that opportunity.
  • The people that watch or buy music or listen to TV, I don't think they separate the two as much as the people that are in charge of the production of it.
  • My publicist always said as long as they pronounce your name or spell your name right, it's all good.
  • I was 20 years old and felt I had a lot to offer, even to myself.