University Quotes

  • Don't tell your stories to anyone. You'll be more motivated knowing it's a prerequisite to having an audience.
  • I was introduced to soul music at a very young age - my mom was a soul singer.
  • If Congress doesn't raise taxes, you cannot get a private investment account without forgoing a portion, possibly all, of your guaranteed benefit check.
  • If you're not a risk taker, you should get the hell out of business.
  • I got a lot of paradoxes in my life. I guess I'm a real confused person, but there are some focused parts to my life now, and I'm slowly trying to put all the pieces back together.
  • I want to do a show about a woman who's juggling a career with a relationship.
  • I am not really retired, and may never be completely, but I can't think of a better place to contemplate retirement than New York City.
  • When actors talk about research, they're just patting themselves on the back.
  • I tend to read things that are a little more on the nourishing side. But if I don't enjoy something, I'll put it down.
  • Film is something that came later into my life. I had a Jesuit education, and I consider acting and the theater as kind of a calling - a vocation.
  • I want to contribute to sport and the community in a positive way.
  • I want to be clear: not all patient communities are great, any more than online communities of any sort. But when a good one gets going, boy is it sweet.
  • The Goth character was a difficult thing to get my head round. I'm not really a fan of Goth music. I'm more a piano and guitar man - that's what I love.
  • If you just stay away from junk, and stick with what your mom taught you, you're eating pretty healthy.
  • After my cancer diagnosis, I really took my swimming to a new level.
  • I believe in my ability and my mental toughness. I know I can pick up a playbook, like anybody can, and I can compete with anybody.
  • At the end of the day, you are in control of your own happiness. Life is going to happen whether you overthink it, overstress it or not. Just experience life and be happy along the way. You can't control everything in your life, but you can control your happiness.
  • Don't get me wrong. I want people to know who I am.
  • I think the most important thing journalism taught me is to mine for details. The details are key. You can't try to be funny or strange or poignant; you have to let the details be funny or strange or poignant for you.
  • I think that it's awkward watching a video with your mom, particularly when you're making out with a girl or a sexy scene. I would rather be away from that!
  • I did the occasional odd film, like Endless Love.
  • I admit, I do a lot of projects, but it's because I'm in a position now where I'm reading a lot more scripts and plays and things, and I'm really listening to offers and trying to think what I want to do at any given time.
  • In the mid-1980s, there was a grassroots desire for American culture. Maybe it was not a definite harbinger to what was to come in terms of the fall of the Soviet Union, but it certainly gave a heads up to the global merging of the retail culture.
  • I come from Venezuela, from the independent film arena, and you work with one camera.
  • All you need for happiness is a good gun, a good horse, and a good wife.
  • I miss Denny Crane.
  • I have a general sense of mission, and I intuitively know when something is influencing that mission. I think this is what I'm supposed to be doing. Doors keep opening. In the end, it's the best use of my skills. I've finally consented to the idea that I'm an artist.
  • I want to be different. If everyone is wearing black, I want to be wearing red.
  • As a producer, you're pretty much creating a body of work that an artist has to stand behind.
  • As an actor, you really want to respect and honor the script. You want to try to be in the moment and you also realize that you're one part of a bigger picture and when they call action, you have your dance.
  • I feel, having the choices I had, I felt I had more control over my own medium than I did over photography.
  • I feel reviewers are tougher on comedies in general. They don't take them seriously, and the ones that get great reviews are not necessarily the ones that I like.
  • I haven't had any formal education. Through the grace of god, I am gifted in mathematics and the English language.
  • The '50s was a pretty wonderful time for people, it was hopeful.
  • I just kind of understood it, and I threw my love for others and love for life into the character, and was having a blast. I loved playing Dharma. I loved it!
  • Game by game is how I judge myself. At the end of the season, yeah, I do look back and think about how many games I've been available for, how many goals I've scored, how I've contributed. But that's what the summer's for. For now, you just look to the next one.
  • There are interesting tensions that will naturally occur with any relationship. No matter what setting, what era, the tension is very, very real. It's basic human tension.
  • I did a lot of acting, funnily enough, unprofessionally, as a kid. From when I was 10 years old until I was about 19, I was always doing little sketches with my friends, and doing different accents and voices.
  • I always dreamt of holding the bat and winning games for India. That was my inspiration to take up cricket.
  • If we all make a concerted effort and try to improve the life of someone else, then this world would be a better place to live in.
  • Idealism springs from deep feelings, but feelings are nothing without the formulated idea that keeps them whole.
  • The first responsibility of a leader is to define reality. The last is to say thank you. In between, the leader is a servant.
  • I feel like a lot of the portrayals of, in particular, younger minority ethnic characters on television, a lot of their dialogue, a lot of their characteristics, a lot of their personality in a writer's eyes, is kind of propelled through their ethnicity.
  • At 19, you know everything; by the time you're 40, you haven't got a clue.
  • On a group of theories one can found a school; but on a group of values one can found a culture, a civilization, a new way of living together among men.
  • I have traveled down this path before - 'List of Seven' and 'Twin Peaks' both have thematic similarities - but 'Paladin' took me much deeper into the intuitive underground. Always bearing in mind Joseph Campbell's Rule No. 1: When entering a labyrinth, don't forget your ball of twine.
  • I'm clenched down, I'm locked in on it, which is my general approach to life.
  • The strongest moments in my life are when I'm filming. It's an adventure. As an actor I try to seduce someone, try to share something. The rest of my time is spent exploring experiences with women.