Keyword: Actors

I don't believe in astrology; the only stars I can blame for my failures are those that walk about the stage.

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

Hollywood is where they shoot too many pictures and not enough actors.

(1897 – 1972) broadcast journalist & gossip columnist

There are two types of actors: those who say they want to be famous and those who are liars.

(1958 – ) American film & theater actor

An actor’s success has the life expectancy of a small boy about to look into a gas tank with a lighted match.

(1894 – 1956) American radio comedian

A fan club is a group of people who tell an actor he is not alone in the way he feels about himself.

(1910 – 1963) Canadian-born U.S.-based film actor

Modesty in an actor is as fake as passion in a call girl.

(1916 – 1987) television actor & comedian

The show which, alas, every actor has to miss is his own memorial service.

(1908 – 1992) English actor

Some of my best leading men have been dogs and horses.

(1932 – 2011) British-American actress

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

(1912 – 1979) English actor

I never said all actors are cattle; what I said was all actors should be treated like cattle.

(1899 – 1980) English filmmaker & producer

Some of my best leading men have been dogs and horses.

(1932 – 2011) British-American actress

There are no good roles for Indians in Hollywood, unless you’re shooting at Jack Bauer or looking for White Castle.

American actor

There are five stages in the life of an actor: Who’s Mary Astor? … Get me Mary Astor… Get me a Mary Astor type… Get me a young Mary Astor… Who’s Mary Astor?

(1906 – 1987) American actress

They shot too many pictures, and not enough actors.

(1897 – 1972) broadcast journalist & gossip columnist

Some of the greatest love affairs I've known have involved one actor – unassisted.

(1876 – 1933) screenwriter

God writes a lot of comedy… the trouble is, he's stuck with so many bad actors who don't know how to play funny.

(1942 – ) humorist & radio broadcaster

Actors die so loud.

(1891 – 1980) novelist & painter

In Manhattan, every flat surface is a potential stage and every inattentive waiter an unemployed, possibly unemployable, actor.

(1908 – 1999) English writer

They're not understudies, they're overstudies.

(1889 – 1961) Am. playwright, theater director & producer & humorist
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