Subject: Entertainment » Acting

It's our fault… we should have given him better parts.

(1892 – 1978) Canadian-American film producer (Warner Brothers)

Wet she’s a star; dry she ain’t.

(1891 – 1951) comedian, singer, theater & film actress

He had delusions of adequacy.

(1913 – 1996) writer & Broadway theater critic

You spend all your time trying to do what they put people in asylums for.

(1937 – ) American actress, writer, political activist, & fitness exponent

Sophia Loren plays peasants; I play ladies.

(1927 – ) Italian actress & photojournalist

Keanu Reeves, perhaps worried that he was showing too much range, has purged himself of all expression apart from a worried frown and a sorrowful grimace.

(1966 – ) American journalist & film critic

If she was cast as Lady Godiva the horse would steal the show.

Acting: A good training for political life; the only problem is the speeches are harder to learn.

(1911 – 2004) 40th U.S. president & actor

The scene is dull; tell him to put more life into his dying.

(1879 – 1974) film producer

The only reason I'm in Hollywood is that I don't have the moral courage to refuse the money.

(1924 – 2004) American actor

Sarah Brightman couldn't act scared on the New York subway at four o'clock in the morning.

(1943 – 2007) American film critic

Orlando Bloom was so wooden he could have played the horse.

Irish film critic

Ladies, just a little more virginity, if you don't mind.

(1852 – 1917) English actor & theater manager

Who the hell wants to hear actors talk?

(1881 – 1958) American studio executive (Warner Brothers)

My body has no sexual meaning anymore, so if I can make people laugh with it, at least it's being used.

Louis Szekely (1967 – ) American comedian, writer, actor & director

Television opened up a whole new field of unemployment for him.

(1899 – 1973) English playwright, actor, composer, director & songwriter

To hell with them small towns, I'll stick to New York.

(1893 – 1980) American singer, pianist, comedian & actor

All through the five acts of that Shakespearean tragedy he played the King as though under momentary apprehension that someone else was about to play the Ace.

(1850 – 1895) American writer

What makes him think a middle-aged actor, who’s played with a chimp, could have a future in politics?

(1911 – 2004) 40th U.S. president & actor

Apparently the understudy had to go because of her throat; I suppose someone threatened to cut it.

(1865-1940) English actress

Acting is merely the art of keeping a large number of people from coughing.

(1902 – 1983) English actor
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