Shaggy (Orville Richard Burrell) Quotes
Even my mom is calling me Shaggy now, which is weird, because Shaggy is more like a character that I play.
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What drew me to the character is that Roberto Duran is the son of an American soldier - a Marine - stationed in Panama and a humble Panamanian mother, and he was abandoned.
I guess I have sort of an atypical relationship with my mom for someone my age, because I think I started so young with the music thing and I had my parents always on the road with me. So at a time when I think I should have been rebelling, like in high school, they were actually my best friends.
I've been my mom's kitchen helper since I was a little kid.
I grew up playing about 15 instruments and the way that I was able to accomplish that was by cutting my classes, hanging out in the band room all day, and going from one instrument to the next to the next, until I learned how to play everything by ear.
Those with dementia are still people and they still have stories and they still have character and they're all individuals and they're all unique. And they just need to be interacted with on a human level.
My grandmother, grandfather, my mom - we've always been driven by laughter. It's what held us together. Thanksgivings, any kind of family get-together, we usually end up in tears.
Whether you need to like a character, I don't think that's necessary in order to portray him.
J. K. Simmons
I'm still enjoying discovering more designers and getting to play dress-up in a bigger way than I ever have before.
Carly Rae Jepsen
Integrity is the core of our character. Without integrity, we have a weak foundation upon which to build other Christlike characteristics.
L. Lionel Kendrick
To this day, I haven't seen 'Jaws.' Because I was always in the ocean, when I was a kid, my mom said, 'See the movies that you want to, but I'm telling you, do not ever see Jaws.'
We used to have to arrange things around the dialysis. I would have to plan where to play so I could be back in time, and couldn't go too far.
I like being able to play women that are growing or aren't easy to love. Maybe they are really likable, but they're annoying because they're not tapping into who they're suppose to be. You're watching them, and you're like, 'Oh, why does she keep making this decision?'