ACTING QUOTES
QUOTES HOME HOME Barack Obama Eleanor Roosevelt George Santayana Publilius Syrus Rita Rudner Ronald Reagan Socrates Theodore Roosevelt Will Rogers Abraham Lincoln Ambrose Bierce Bertrand Russell Charles Dickens Dave Barry Friedrich Nietzsche Jane Austen Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe John Kennedy Lao Tzu Laurence Peter Oprah Winfrey Samuel Johnson Sir. Francis Bacon Thomas Jefferson Albert Einstein Aristotle Benjamin Franklin Dorothy Parker Douglas Adams Henry David Thoreau Mahatma Gandhi Oscar Wilde Ralph waldo Emerson Sir. Winston Churchill Woody Allen
Ability Acting Actions Acting and Actors Advertising Advice Age Agreement Americans America Anger Argument Art Atheism Attitude Autumn Balance Confucius
Movie Quotes Anchorman Family Guy Napoleon Dynamite Wedding Crashers Legally blonde 40 Year Old Virgin Sin City Old School Charlie and the chocolate factory Madagascar Hitch Best movie quotes
12 steps Addiction Aesop Agatha Christie Age Anais Nin Angel Anger Animals Bible Break up Broken friendship Broken heart Business Christmas Cute Educational Faith Flirty Freedom Friendship Funny Hardwork Leadership Inspirational Life Love Mark Twain Martin Luther King Motivational Music New Year Peace sad Love
We're actors - we're the opposite of people.
Tom Stoppard (1937 - ), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (1967)

Talk low, talk slow, and don't talk too much.
John Wayne (1907 - 1979), Advice on acting

Acting is all about honesty. If you can fake that, you've got it made.
George Burns (1896 - 1996)

Acting is not being emotional, but being able to express emotion.
Kate Reid

Acting is the most minor of gifts and not a very high-class way to earn a living. After all, Shirley Temple could do it at the age of four.
Katharine Hepburn (1907 - 2003)

Acting is merely the art of keeping a large group of people from coughing.
Sir Ralph Richardson (1902 - 1983), quoted in New York Herald Tribune, May 19, 1946

I do not regret one professional enemy I have made. Any actor who doesn't dare to make an enemy should get out of the business.
Bette Davis (1908 - 1989), The Lonely Life, 1962

The most difficult character in comedy is that of a fool, and he must be no simpleton who plays the part.
Miguel de Cervantes (1547 - 1616), Don Quixote, 1605

I love acting. It is so much more real than life.
Oscar Wilde (1854 - 1900), The Picture of Dorian Gray, 1891

I enjoy being a highly overpaid actor.
Roger Moore (1927 - )

auuuu.com 2017.