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Clint Eastwood

Clint Eastwood's biography

Clinton Eastwood Jr. is 92 years old actor born at San Francisco. He was born on Saturday 31st of May 1930. Clinton is often nicknamed as Clinton Eastwood Jr., Clinton Eastwood, Clint Eastwood. According to year of birth 1930 he belongs to Silent Generation. Birthday on 31st of May means he is Gemini. Gemini is a dual sign of Zodiac Belt. One born with this rising sign is very dual and creative in nature with lots of verbosity. They are the most expressive people as they love talking.Clinton was married 2 times.

He is native english speaker. He is white american. Clinton is citizen of United States of America. He is deist. Clinton´s primary profession is to be actor. You can know Clinton also as film producer, film actor, film director, restaurateur, composer, aircraft pilot, helicopter pilot, jazz musician, character actor, screenwriter, television actor, songwriter, film score composer, peace activist, soldier. He is recently known as singer.

Clint Eastwood's dad

Clint Eastwood's father's name is Clint Eastwood Sr..

Clint Eastwood's mom

Clint Eastwood's mother's name is Margaret Ruth Runner.

Clint Eastwood's family

Clint Eastwood's ex wifes

Dina Eastwood

Clint Eastwood and Dina Eastwood have been together since 1996 for 18 years. She is known as journalist. Clinton´s ex wife was born on Friday 11th of June 1965 in Castro Valley.

Maggie Johnson

Clint Eastwood and Maggie Johnson have been together since 1953 for 31 years. She is known as model. Clinton´s ex wife was born in 1931.

He has 2 sons and 5 daughters

Clint Eastwood's son: Kyle Eastwood

Clint Eastwood's son's name is Kyle Eastwood. He is known as actor. Clinton´s son was born on Sunday 19th of May 1968 in Los Angeles.

Clint Eastwood's son: Scott Eastwood

Clint Eastwood's son's name is Scott Eastwood. He is known as actor. His son was born on Friday 21st of March 1986 in Carmel-by-the-Sea.

Clint Eastwood's daughter: Kimber Eastwood

Clint Eastwood's daughter's name is Kimber Eastwood. She is known as actor. His daughter was born on Wednesday 17th of June 1964 in Los Angeles.

Clint Eastwood's daughter: Alison Eastwood

Clint Eastwood's daughter's name is Alison Eastwood. She is known as film director. Clinton´s daughter was born on Monday 22nd of May 1972 in Carmel-by-the-Sea.

Clint Eastwood's daughter: Kathryn Eastwood

Clint Eastwood's daughter's name is Kathryn Eastwood. She is known as actor. His daughter was born on Wednesday 2nd of March 1988 in Carmel-by-the-Sea.

Clint Eastwood's daughter: Francesca Eastwood

Clint Eastwood's daughter's name is Francesca Eastwood. Francesca is known as actor. His daughter was born on Saturday 7th of August 1993.

Clint Eastwood's daughter: Morgan Eastwood

Clint Eastwood's daughter's name is Morgan Eastwood. She is known as actor. His daughter was born on Thursday 12th of December 1996 in Los Angeles.

Clint Eastwood's schools

We found 4 schools Clinton attended. Complete list of schools: Los Angeles City College, Seattle University, Oakland Technical High School, Piedmont High School.

Detailed informations about his schools

  • Roxanne Tunis, the mother of his daughter Kimber Eastwood (born in 1964), was legally married to Jack Scheck from 1956 to 1984. Kimber attended at least one school under the name Kimber Scheck.

Clint Eastwood's career

Clinton´s main focus is to be actor. He is famous thanks to For A Few Dollars More. You could see Clinton also in Unforgiven, Million Dollar Baby. He is also a member of American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Maybe you are curious what instrument does he play ? Clinton plays piano.

Is Clint Eastwood gay ?

He is known to be straight.

Clint Eastwood's girlfriends

Frances Fisher

Clint Eastwood and Frances Fisher have been together since 1990 for 5 years. She is known as television actor. Clinton´s girlfriend was born on Sunday 11th of May 1952.

Sondra Locke

Clint Eastwood and Sondra Locke have been together since 1975 for 14 years. Sondra is known as singer. Clinton´s girlfriend was born on Sunday 28th of May 1944 in Shelbyville. His girlfriend died on Saturday 3rd of November 2018. Sondra Locke was 88 years old, when this happened.

Awards and competitions

Clint Eastwood's Awards

  • Received an honorary Cesar award in Paris, France for his body of work. [February 1998]
  • At The 72nd Annual Academy Awards (2000) he presented the Best Picture statuette to American Beauty (1999).
  • He, Warren Beatty, Robert Redford, Mel Gibson, Richard Attenborough and Kevin Costner are the only directors best known as actors who have won an Academy Award as Best Director.
  • Presented the Golden Globe Award for Best Director to Ang Lee for Brokeback Mountain (2005).
  • Had to fill in for Charlton Heston at The 44th Annual Academy Awards (1972) until Heston arrived.
  • He was awarded the American National Medal of the Arts on February 25, 2010 for his services and contributions to the arts.
  • He appeared in and directed two Best Picture Academy Award winners: Unforgiven (1992) and Million Dollar Baby (2004). Morgan Freeman also appeared in both films.

Clint Eastwood's Rankings

  • Ranked #2 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list. [October 1997]
  • Premiere Magazine ranked him as #43 on a list of the Greatest Movie Stars of All Time in their Stars in Our Constellation feature. [2005]
  • His performance as "Dirty" Harry Callahan in Dirty Harry (1971) is ranked #92 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Performances of All Time.
  • His performance as Blondie in The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966) is ranked #50 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time.
  • His performance as "Dirty" Harry Callahan in Dirty Harry (1971) is ranked #42 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time.
  • Ranked #19 in Forbes magazine's list of the world's 40 best-paid entertainers, with estimated earnings of $44 million in 1995 and 1996. [September 1996]

Clint Eastwood's Nominations

  • He was nominated for Academy Award for Best Actor for work Unforgiven in 1992
  • He was nominated for Academy Award for Best Actor for work Million Dollar Baby in 2005
  • Clinton was nominated for Academy Award for Best Director
  • He was nominated for Academy Award for Best Director
  • He was nominated for Academy Award for Best Director
  • He was nominated for Academy Award for Best Director
  • Clinton was nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
  • Clinton was nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
  • He was nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
  • Clinton was nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
  • He was nominated for Academy Award for Best Picture
  • Clinton was nominated for European Film Award for Best Non-European Film for work Mystic River in 2003

What else you don't know about Clint Eastwood ?

Clinton likes to spend time in: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Berlin, Malibu, Miami, Oakland, New York, London.

What Clint Eastwood has done for a first time

  • When he directs, he insists that his actors wear as little makeup as possible and he likes to print first takes. As a result, his films consistently finish on schedule and on budget.
  • His production company is Malpaso Productions, which he formed in 1968. The company's first feature release was Hang 'Em High (1968).
  • Mentioned on T.G. Sheppard's hit single "Make My Day," which in the first half of 1984 reached #12 on Billboard's Hot Country Singles chart and also reached #62 on that magazine's Hot 100 singles survey.
  • California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger and First Lady Maria Shriver inducted Eastwood into the California Hall of Fame located at The California Museum for History, Women, and the Arts. [December 2006]
  • Considered for the role of Rambo in First Blood (1982) long before Sylvester Stallone was hired.
  • His first onscreen kiss was with Carol Channing in The First Traveling Saleslady (1956).
  • In general, he wraps films early and uses the actors' first takes. Most of his films are shot in the spring or summer and released around Christmastime.
  • Got the role of Dirty Harry after first choice Frank Sinatra suffered an arm injury.
  • In 1960, Clint Eastwood was one of Lucille Ball's first choices to play her romantic lead in the Broadway musical "Wildcat." When he (and a few A-list marquee names) were not available, she settled on Keith Andes.
  • Grandson Titan Wraith Eastwood was born September 16, 2018 to daughter Francesca Eastwood and her boyfriend Alexander Wraith. Titan is Clint's first grandchild whose birth has been publicly announced.
  • His first wife was good friends with TV writer Sonia Chernus. According to early fan mag publicity, the connection led to him being cast in Rawhide (1959).

Clint Eastwood's quotes

  • [on Sondra Locke] She plays the victim very well. Unfortunately she had cancer and so she plays that card.
  • [to Eli Wallach prior to starting work on The Good, the Bad and the Ugly (1966)] Never trust anyone on an Italian movie. I know about these things. Stay away from special effects and explosives.
  • [what he says after a take, instead of "Cut!"] That's enough of that shit.
  • I like the libertarian view, which is to leave everyone alone. Even as a kid, I was annoyed by people who wanted to tell everyone how to live.
  • I love every aspect of the creation of motion pictures and I guess I am committed to it for life.
  • Right now, the state of the movies in America, there's an awful lot of people hanging on wires and floating across things and comic book characters and what have you. There seems to be a lot of big business in that, a nice return on some of those.
  • And I like to direct the same way that I like to be directed.
  • I think kids are natural actors. You watch most kids; if they don't have a toy they'll pick up a stick and make a toy out of it. Kids will daydream all the time.
  • There's really no way to teach you how to act, but there is a way to teach you how to teach yourself to act. That's kind of what it is; once you learn the little tricks that work for you, pretty soon you find yourself doing that.
  • Again, after you've gone through all the various processes and the film comes out and is very successful, you're almost afraid to revisit it. You want to save it for a rainy day.
  • You know when you think of a particular director, you think you would have liked to be with them on one particular film and not necessarily on some other one.
  • At the studios, everybody's into sequels or remakes or adaptations of old TV shows. I don't know if it's because of the corporate environment or they're just out of ideas. Pretty soon, they're going to be wanting to do one of Rawhide (1959).
  • [on trying to get Million Dollar Baby (2004) made at Warner Bros.] They might have been a little more interested if I said I wanted to do "Dirty Harry 9" or something.
  • [1985] My old drama coach used to say, "Don't just do something, stand there." Gary Cooper wasn't afraid to do nothing.
  • The plan was, when I first started directing in the 1970s, to get more involved in production and directing so at some point in my life, when I decided I didn't want to act anymore, I didn't have to suit up.
  • I feel very close to the western. There are not too many American art forms that are original. Most are derived from European art forms. Other than the western and jazz or blues, that's all that's really original.
  • In The Bridges of Madison County (1995) Kincaid's a peculiar guy. Really, he's kind of a lonely individual. He's sort of a lost soul in mid-America. I've been that guy.
  • I don't believe in pessimism. If something doesn't come up the way you want, forge ahead.
  • This film cost $31 million. With that kind of money I could have invaded some country.
  • They say marriages are made in Heaven. But so is thunder and lightning.
  • [on World War II] I feel terrible for both sides in that war and in all wars. A lot of innocent people get sacrificed. It's not about winning or losing, but mostly about the interrupted lives of young people.
  • I like to play the line and not wander too far to either side. If a guy has just had a bad day in the mines and wants to see a good shoot 'em up, that's great.
  • My involvement goes deeper than acting or directing. I love every aspect of the creation of motion pictures and I guess I'm committed to it for life.
  • Whatever success I've had is due to a lot of instinct and a little luck.
  • I've always had the ability to say to the audience, watch this if you like, and if you don't, take a hike.
  • I've actually had people come up to me and ask me to autograph their guns.
  • When I was doing The Bridges of Madison County (1995), I said to myself, "This romantic stuff is really tough. I can't wait to get back to shooting and killing."
  • I never considered myself a cowboy, because I wasn't. But I guess when I got into cowboy gear I looked enough like one to convince people that I was.
  • I always cry when I watch myself on screen.
  • [on the Iraq war] I wasn't for going in there. Only because democracy isn't something that you get overnight. I don't think America got democracy overnight. It's something we had to fight for and believe in.
  • I like working with actors who don't have anything to prove.
  • [on Ambush at Cimarron Pass (1958)] Probably the lousiest western ever made.
  • [on Gran Torino (2008)] That will probably do it for me as far as acting is concerned. You always want to quit while you are ahead. You don't want to be like a fighter who stays too long in the ring until you're not performing at your best.
  • There are certain things you have to be realistic about. Dirty Harry would not be on a police department at my age so we'll move on from that.
  • Having a good person as a foil certainly helps, because acting is an ensemble art form. Clark Gable is only as good as Claudette Colbert in It Happened One Night (1934).
  • I keep finding interesting stories, or they come to me, so I'll keep making movies.
  • [on a possible return to acting after saying he was giving it up with Gran Torino (2008)] I'm like Jaws 2 (1978): "Just when you think it's safe to go back in the water..."
  • [on Million Dollar Baby (2004)] It's a tragedy that could have been written by the Greeks or Shakespeare.
  • I don't quite understand this obsession about doing remakes and making television series into feature films. I would rather see them encourage writers with new ideas in all different genres like they used to in the heyday of movies.
  • [on the Rocky (1976) movies] I loved the first one. I always admired Sylvester Stallone's tenacity to go ahead and get that made.
  • I would never have been able to pass the Bill Clinton-Gary Hart test. No one short of Mother Teresa could pass.
  • [on directing Leonardo DiCaprio as J. Edgar Hoover] He could make a lot of money making mechanical genre pictures but he wants to be challenged. And it's much more of a challenge to play someone who doesn't have the slightest thing in common with you.
  • I don't believe in pessimism. If something doesn't come out the way you want, forge ahead. If you think it's going to rain, it will.
  • Extremism is so easy. You've got your position and that's it. It doesn't take much thought. And when you go far enough to the right,you meet the same idiots coming around from the left.
  • The stronger the participation of the female characters, the better the movie. They knew that in the old days, when women stars were equally as important as men.
  • I like the image of the piano player: the piano player sits down, plays, tells his story, and then gets up and leaves - letting the music speak for itself.
  • My father used to say to me, 'Show 'em what you can do, and don't worry about what you're gonna get. Say you'll work for free and make yourself invaluable'.
  • [asked by Steve Kroft on 60 Minutes (1968) how many children he has, 11/16/97] I have a few.
  • [on misrepresentation of his early work] My parts ranged from one-liners to four-liners, but to look at some of the billings in TV Guide these days, you'd think I co-starred in those films.
  • [on director Arthur Lubin] We spent a lot of time together, traveled together. He liked me a lot; got me into the talent program at Universal, gave me a lot of breaks. Bought me some nice clothes, too. That's when people started wondering about us!
  • I tried being reasonable, I didn't like it.
  • [to Sondra Locke, 1975] I've never known anyone that I wanted to be around me all the time. I guess I'm usually trying to get away.
  • [in bed with Sondra Locke on Thanksgiving night 1975] I never knew I could love somebody so much, and feel so peaceful about it at the same time.
  • Crimes against children are the most heinous crime. That, for me, would be a reason for capital punishment because children are innocent and need the guidance of an adult society.
  • [1/14/09, his reply to David Letterman's question "You have uh--is it seven children?"] Uh, at least.
  • I was always respectful of people who were deeply religious because I always felt that if they gave themselves to it, then it had to be important to them. But if you can go through life without it, that's OK, too. It's whatever suits you.
  • [on home pornography] The ultimate turn-on.
  • My grandfather lived to be late 90s on one side and on the other side, 70s or something. And my father died young, at 63. But he didn't take very good care of himself.
  • It's much more fun to play something you're nothing like than what you are... It's much easier to hide yourself in a character.
  • [characterizing his relationship with Roxanne Tunis] It didn't mean anything; it was just an affair. I was young and . . . anyway she was a stand-in and extra on the show, and she was really crazy about me, and always hanging out in my dressing room.
  • Plagiarism is always the biggest thing in Hollywood.
  • I always thought of myself as a character actor. I never thought of myself as a leading man.
  • I love stories about women.
  • When I was a kid, I thought movies just came from air. I thought they just appeared.
  • Why am I a star? It can't be because of looks.
  • I kind of make a film for myself to sort of express myself.
  • I've been through my womanizer part of my life. There was a point when it was an illness, just compulsive, but that's behind me now. I've never considered myself addicted to anything, but if I was, that was it.
  • Everybody has certain things they wish they hadn't done in life. They wish they hadn't kicked their dog when they were ten or something.
  • I like Italian movies. I was frequently there in the '60s, in Rome and the vicinity. It was a great period in life. I was very influenced by their stuff.
  • [January 1962] There has to be something for me beyond western roles, which rarely give you a full feeling of acting accomplishment. Have you ever heard of a western star being called an actor's actor? I'll bet not!
  • [April 2010] I planned on not working at this time in my life, but I am enjoying working more now than I ever have. I have been lucky enough to work in a profession I really like and I figure I will continue until somebody hits me over the head.
  • [if he could give advice to his younger self] He was never a smart kid. I was a slow learner, so I'd say speed up the process a bit-and maybe practice a little more!
  • [December 2014] I just went through a period where my DNA was in demand for a while. I think that's all ended-but, you never know!
  • As soon as I read that line in the script, "Go ahead make my day", I knew audiences would love it.
  • Too many directors don't know what the hell they're doing. They'll do multiple takes on scenes and try out different angles and lighting. I don't like that. If you can't see it yourself straight away, you shouldn't be a director.
  • [on his dissatisfaction with his diminishing role in the "Dollars" trilogy] In the first, I was just about alone. Then there were two of us. And now are three of us. If it goes on like this I'm going to end up in a detachment of cavalry.
  • There's a bar I used to go to on Sunset Boulevard that was a straight bar that's now a gay bar. I think I went into it once some years later, and I looked around and said, 'Oh, yeah, it's a gay bar.' I still finished my beer.
  • I don't know what I am. I'm a little of everything.
  • 100 years from now and more, people will look back on this generation of films, and the guy who will standout more than anyone else will be Tom Cruise.
  • What's one great thing about a theater is it's got an exit.
  • One of the most important things in life is feeling good about yourself. And when you're in decent shape, when you like the way your body looks and feels and your energy levels are at their highest, it's a lot easier to feel good about yourself.
  • I am a junior, and all my younger life I was called Sonny or Junior, and I think a kid deserves his own name.
  • Follow what you think. You want to do something? Just do it the best you can. Not everyone makes something phenomenal, but at least you can fail on your own terms.
  • I was a bit of a screw-up, a loner.
  • The important thing to remember about women is that they're a lot smarter than men and they don't play fair.
  • [asked on the red carpet at The Bridges of Madison County (1995) premiere if he thinks men become sexier with age] That's in the eyes of the beholder. I know nothing about how men become sexy because men aren't sexy to me, so I really don't know.
  • I'm just doing a job, I'm just in the entertainment business doing the kinds of films that appeal to me. You've got to keep that in perspective. Fame is fleeting.
  • I think I'm reasonably intelligent.
  • [in GQ magazine, October 2011] I don't give a fuck about who wants to get married to anybody else! Why not?! We're making a big deal out of things we shouldn't be making a deal out of ... Just give everybody the chance to have the life they want
  • I can get into the nostalgia thing sometimes, but to me the good old days are right now.
  • I am very well mannered, and that, believe it or not, stands me in very good stead.
  • Marriage is not just about 'love.' It's about 'like' as well.
  • The main thing is not how long you're on the planet, but the quality you have while you're here.
  • In some ways I know I didn't live up to my parents' hopes. It was a long time before I wanted to go to college--but in some ways I surpassed my parents' hopes.
  • I guess I'm just a bum and a drifter by nature. I don't think of myself as a "star." I don't have any image of myself.
  • Sometimes I think I disappoint people by not being more like the characters I play in the movies. But who wants to be those guys? The best kind of fan is the one who tells you he loved your film and then, boom, is off.
  • I'm in the entertainment business, NOT in the business of trying to shape social opinions.
  • My dad was always talking about retiring and sitting next to a stream with a couple of beers in his hand. Sounds like a commercial - but it's not for me!
  • I'm not a person who pre-plans life.
  • [asked for the secret to a lasting marriage, 1971] We don't believe in 'togetherness'. We've stayed together by staying apart.
  • [in the early '70s] I'm number one at the box office, but Hollywood considers me a bore.
  • I've always felt that if I examine myself too much, I'll find out what I know and don't know, and I'll burst the bubble. I've gotten so lucky relying on my animal instincts, I'd rather keep a little bit of the animal alive.
  • Guys appreciate a man's ingenuity to make a buck and have a certain cool. The girls like it too . . . A guy who knows exactly what he wants and goes out and gets it, is reassuring to people.
  • The less secure a man is, the more likely he is to have extreme prejudice.
  • I'll never win a Best Actor Oscar. First of all, I'm not Jewish, and second, I'm too successful for all those old farts at the Academy.
  • I'm like Hitchcock; I believe when you CHOOSE the actors, that's the direction.
  • [when Frances Fisher announced "We're pregnant!" during dinner with Richard D. Zanuck & Lili Fini Zanuck] Who's this "we"? YOU are pregnant, not we!
  • [when Rawhide (1959) cast members kidded him about having had "a hard night in the sack with the old lady"] Don't make me barf!
  • [January 1989, when his mother Ruth Wood had been in the hospital with pneumonia] She's okay now. For a minute there I thought it was gonna be the end of an era.
  • Everything has a price. Especially lunch.
  • I feel like I should just throw myself off the Golden Gate Bridge.
  • By nature I'm not a person who likes to expound. My nature is to be more within. That sometimes can be an advantage and sometimes not.
  • I was born looking like what most people perceive as the western type. I have no burning desire to play Henry V. I'm totally unsuited for it.
  • [to Maria Shriver in January 1989] Maybe it's time to get rid of everybody in my life and start over.
  • [on turning down Superman (1978)] I was like, 'Superman? Nah, nah, that's not for me.' Not that there's anything wrong with it. It's for somebody, but not me.
  • I think that the sad trick of nature is that people propagate at a rather early age when they really enjoy it at a later age.
  • Men can probably identify more with me than the prettier actor.
  • I guess I am vain. I never thought about it. I don't look in the mirror and ask: "Who is the fairest of them all?" If you do that a voice comes out and says: "Snow White, baby, and don't you forget it!"
  • I like people but I'm not that comfortable with them.
  • I was never a discovery of the press. I never had a publicity build-up or any amazing covers. I had to have the success first.
  • I do the kind of roles I'd like to see if I were digging swimming pools and wanted to escape my problems.
  • Sex can be overrated.
  • I have a very strict gun control policy: if there's a gun around, I want to be in control of it.
  • It's kind of a boring life. I guess movie-making is my biggest obsession ... I just like it.
  • There's a little bit of me in every character I play.
  • Nobody really knows me . . . I've never been an extrovert or even inclined to be one.
  • Dustin Hoffman and Al Pacino play losers very well, but my audience likes to be in there vicariously with a winner.
  • My limitations are real.
  • I never begged for respectability. I never said, 'Come, let me show you, come like me.'
  • Maybe being an introvert gives me, by sheer accident, a certain screen presence, a mystique.
  • I've never met a genius. A genius to me is someone who does well at something he hates. Anybody can do well at something he loves - it's just a question of finding the subject.
  • [why he turned down The Towering Inferno (1974)] Financially, it would have been a smart move. It made an awful lot of money. I could've played it. Just couldn't see the reason why. The effects, the tower, was the star!
  • Call me lucky, if you want to, but people don't know about the weeks and months I was a regular customer at the unemployment office in Hollywood.
  • Sergio [Leone] was great fun, but he didn't speak much English. None, in fact. So we communicated in Spanish mostly. But, come to think of it, he didn't speak much Spanish either.
  • I don't get tired. That's because I took up lumber jacking and being a swimming instructor instead of playing chess and watching birds.
  • Of course I saw Angelina [Jolie] in Girl, Interrupted (1999). She's a tremendous actress. Sometimes she's taken for granted because you see her in the tabloids. But she's terribly smart.
  • [observation, 1964] I'm not too wild about some of these new hair styles. I like hair that you can touch. But most of these gals . . . their hair is like barbed wire or straw or something. You don't even want to touch it! It has to be soft and pretty.
  • [on mayonnaise] You might as well shoot up Crisco, right into your veins.
  • The first time I went to Italy, I just sneaked in. I had a beard, but it didn't matter. Nobody knew me anyway. And no one paid me any attention.
  • [when told Sophia Loren wants to meet him] That's news to me. But if the lady wants to meet me, I'd sure enjoy meeting her.
  • [his rationale for making Frances Fisher keep her pregnancy a secret until her third trimester] I don't want that kinda thing taking attention away from my Oscar race!
  • [asked in 1969 if he would ever consider playing a gay character] Only if I was sure I could convince people I was merely acting.
  • It's not healthy to go out with a woman who has a connection to the business and might look at you as some kind of stepping stone. When you have a certain standing, it isn't easy weeding out the predators.
  • Respect your efforts, respect yourself. Self-respect leads to self-discipline. When you have both firmly under your belt, that's real power.
  • I have no choice but to look the way I am because they don't make enough shoe polish for my hair and they don't have a sander for my face. At some point you have to say: "This is who I am."
  • If you spew enough negativity, it has to come back to you in some form. I do believe that philosophically.
  • Women who are homemakers work harder than most. Their services are vastly underrated. But I don't mind career women either -- I love all women.
  • The older I get, the more I realize it's okay to live a life others don't understand.

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