People's view of cancer will change when they have their own relationship with cancer, which everyone will, at some point.
My family is from the South, and I can remember all those ladies I grew up with, like my great-aunts, who had handkerchiefs. There's something sweet about them.
I love 70's music.
I had a good imagination and I still have one a child-like imagination that hasn't gone away.
Fear, anxiety and neurosis: that's just in the suitcase when you're an actor.
It is always good to explore the stuff you don't agree with, to try and understand a different lifestyle or foreign worldview. I like to be challenged in that way, and always end up learning something I didn't know.
History's a resource.
The thing about death is that it's honest.
The goal seems to me at times just to be business first.
I tend to make low-budget movies but, yeah, I make more money than I ever thought I would make.
You know when someone's over-flattering you in a way. You smile but you can't believe it.
Comedy is a way to make sense of chaos. It's a way of dealing with things that are overwhelming, that threaten you it's a way to survive and get closer to the truth.
I had learning disabilities, and I couldn't express myself in the written word.
My experience is that's rare - that you have a script that is... what they call 'film-ready.'
I'm not someone who likes to have my picture taken, let alone see it plastered all over the place.
It's always nice when you do something and it's well received as opposed to the other way which God knows happens to everybody. When the good times come around, you take a deep breath, appreciate it, but not take it too seriously.
I enjoy learning about different periods and people, and then taking what's universal about the human condition and seeing where it matches up. No matter where you are, certain things unite everybody.
I've seen the greatest actors in the world, transcendent talents, who can't find a home.
Traits like humility, courage, and empathy are easily overlooked - but it's immensely important to find them in your closest relationships.
I think the way we talk about cancer has really evolved. I remember the way my grandmother used to talk about it, like a death sentence, no-one would even mention the word.
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