Actors

  • What I loved as an actor was working with me as a director.


    Actors, Directors

  • Actors and actresses as a class, our loud, ignoble and insincere.


    Actors

  • Professional mimicry is held to be undignified in man or woman and weakens and corrupts the soul.The mind becomes foolishly dependent on applause, over- skilful in producing tawdry and momentary illusions of excellence.


    Acting, Actors

  • Every actor has a natural animosity towards every other actor, present, absent, living or dead.


    Actors, Envy, Hatred

  • In the old days you went from ingénue to old bag with long stretches of unemployment in between.


    Actors

  • You children must be extra polite to strangers because your father’s an actor.


    Actors

  • They say an actor is only as good as his parts. Well my parts have done me pretty well, darling.


    Actors

  • I used to work for a living then I became an actor.


    Acting, Actors

  • There’s nothing worse that actors who give the impression that they have taken on the priesthood. Acting is really about lying and in my case drinking coffee.


    Acting, Actors

  • An actress’s passion is so much more a thing of beauty because it stands out in such violent contrast with the people around her.


    Actors

  • If I knew who me was, I wouldn’t be an actor.


    Acting, Actors

  • 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.


    Acting, Actors

  • If I knew who me was, I wouldn’t be an actor.


    Actors

  • An actor’s a guy who, if you ain’t talking about him, ain’t listening.


    Actors

  • You can pick out actors by the glazed look that comes into their eyes when the conversation wanders away from themselves.


    Actors

  • I apologise if I get aroused, and I apologise if I do not get aroused.


    Acting, Actors