Jack O'Connell Quotes
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The lights go down, you hear the applause and you're up there, and then everything else is forgotten.
When you're not under a 'series regular' contract, and other jobs come up, you try to juggle everything.
When life knocks you down, keep getting up.
I was always told at school that you had to have a back-up plan, but all I ever wanted to do was act. There was no plan B for me.
At first blush, it seems odd that loser lit books are rejected initially, then go on to be fiercely loved by legions of readers. This apparent contradiction might be due to the fact that if they didn't screw up their lives, most losers would be the kind of power-elite, Type A go-getters whom readers love to hate.
Honey, God loves everybody. It's human beings who mess things up.
Tammy Faye Bakker
I was playing a defensive guard in 'My All American' who is a really fast runner, so a lot of my training was running. I wasn't too worried about bulking up because he was supposed to be on the small side.
I'm shy. I am. I mean, if I get around, you know, in a room of a bunch of people especially I - you know, I don't know or - it takes me a while to warm up. I'm - and the real me, I'm not as witty as, you know, as the comic Wanda. The comic, she's had time to work on some things.
I feel alive, fit and active. I have no plans for retirement. My only concession to getting a little older is that I like to have a cat-nap in the afternoon. After that, I can push on through anything.
There's such a sense of theatre in getting glammed up; it's like putting on a play or short film.
When you're warm and approachable, you don't have to go up and talk non-stop to someone in a social situation. You just have to be open to the conversations you're already having - and warm and receptive to the people you're meeting.
I like music a lot.
The end of a novel, like the end of a children's dinner-party, must be made up of sweetmeats and sugar-plums.
My favourite genre lies inside myself, and as I follow my favourite stories, characters and images, it sums up to a certain genre. So at times even I have to try to guess which genre a film will be after I've made it.
Woody Allen movies notwithstanding, therapy, in the early eighties, was not exactly a hot conversation starter. Nor was it a favoured activity for dysfunctional couples or suffering individuals.
My feeling is that if there are that many billions of stars, maybe someone is saying exactly what I'm saying at this moment. I don't know. It's not something I'm obsessed by or think about all the time, but I certainly open to thinking it could be.
The pencil of the Holy Ghost hath labored more in describing the afflictions of Job than the felicities of Solomon.
I feel like I've grown up on screen quite a lot.