Jason Biggs: You see, man? You see? It's never "Hey, you were in Loser weren't you" or "Dude you rocked in Boys and Girls". No, it always comes back to that fucking pie. I'm haunted by it! James Van Der Beek: You put your dick in a pie. Jason Biggs: Enough! I'm Jason Biggs.
Agent: The network suddenly feels that youre too mature for the role. I know it may not seem that way now, but once we get a little distance between you and "Raven"— Rebecca: Oliver, the series is in syndication. Shell always be there. Looking younger and better and sweeter than me — forever.
"Do you know how long I have worked to get away from Lieutenant Chloe? To get away from the stench of this show?! The fan experience was bad enough, but she was gonna sell the rights, and it was gonna start all over again: the movies, the product lines! Lieutenant Chloe bobbleheads!"
James Earl Jones: (looks up from his menu to see Sheldon standing there) Let me guess: you like Star Wars. Sheldon: (nods repeatedly) Jones: You know I've been in other movies. Sheldon: (nods repeatedly) Jones: But you don't care about those, do you? Sheldon: (shakes his head) Jones:(motions Sheldon closer) I have one thing to say to people like you: I like Star Wars too! Care to join me?
They shake my hand and never ask my name And they start asking questions that are always the same "Hey, what's Michael J. Fox like?" Hes nice "What's Christopher Lloyd like?" Kinda quiet "What's Crispin Glover like?" Unusual Stop askin' me the question!
"This man had to be Captain Kangaroo for over thirty fucking years! No scandal, no controversy, drank a lot. You would too. I don't think he knew the show was going to go thirty fucking years. 'Goddamn it, I'm fucking Captain Kangaroo. Thought the fucking gig would last two or three years, I didn't think I'd spend my whole fucking life as Captain Kangaroo! I was an actor, I was in the Actor's Studio, I wanted to do Death of a Salesman, I wanted to play Willy. My God, I'm Captain KANGAROO!'"
Kate Abdo: I'm sorry, and you are? Harry Kane!Dan Stevens: Harry Kane! Captain of the Three Lions and one very Hot Spur! Kate Abdo: No, wait a moment, no you're not. You're... you're Matthew Crawley from Downton Abbey! Dan Stevens:[drops character] It's Dan... it's actually Dan Stevens! I'm the actor who played Matthew Crawley! And I'm in other things, you know! I played Sir Lancelot in the third Night at the Museum movie! [storms off the set]
Grammer holds the distinction of being the only actor ever to win three Golden Globes for the same role. Sounds great, until you realize he has three statues at home reminding him every day that, as they lower him into the ground, there's a good chance the priest will accidentally refer to him as 'the departed Dr. Crane.'
RDJ should really learn from this. He should always have an Iron Man suit in the back of his rental car. If he doesn't have an Iron Man suit in the back of his rental car, he should drive down to Party City or wherever to buy an Iron Man costume. He has a responsibility to little children everywhere.
—Michael K., "Robert Downey Jr. Ruins A Kids Life By Not Wearing His Iron Man Suit"
Unfortunately, her presence means the whole time I'm watching this movie, I'm imagining Condoleezza Rice is secretly plotting against the President, and we only have a few hours to stop her, and she's somehow involved in the 9/11 attacks.
DR. RAPSON: Hey, you're Jack Hall! I really liked your presentation about how we're all going to freeze to death and stuff. Too bad that your VP's a NotDick. JACK: OMG you're Dr. Bilbo! DR. BILBO: *sigh*
Wherever I go, people say to me, 'Hey, are you that guy? Doctor Who's companion Rory Williams?' And I sigh I want to tell them that there's more to me than this I'm not just a bloke riding a TARDIS I am an actor in a fable I didn't get captured by a Weeping Angel You need to know my own story I'm not Rory
Daffy Duck: Leslie Hunt? Who's she? Leslie Hunt: I'm Leslie Hunt. Daffy Duck: You're Steve St. James! Leslie Hunt: No. Steve St. James is a character I've played on TV. I'm Leslie Hunt. Daffy Duck: Who?
"George Lucas ruined my life and I mean this in the nicest way possible."
— Carrie Fisher again
"I am a big man, and I have a laugh to match my size. The ridiculous thing is that since I played Goldfinger in the James Bond film there are some people who still insist on seeing me as a cold, ruthless villain — a man without laughs."
"At the same time, although it's the loveliest job I ever had, it essentially killed my career stone dead... So when I went to play Macbeth the audience wanted me to play Macbeth in the style of Doctor Who and naturally I did. Afterwards a critic said "I had no idea how nice Macbeth was". So I realised then that the people coming to see me — people like you — didnt want to see me playing Jack the Ripper or whatever it was. So when I went to Ireland to play Sherlock Holmes and Moriarty in the same play, they were absolutely baffled because they were absolutely interchangeable."
"People expect me to be this guy who can walk into a dark room, snap my fingers, and turn on the lights. Or they want me to pound my fist on the hood of a car, and start the engine. I can't do it. I've tried!"
"It's amazing, when you win the Academy Award, you have, like, about a week where everyone's like 'Hey, Good Will Hunting, way to go!", 'Good Will Hunting, Academy Award, way to go!', and two weeks later, it's like 'Hey, Mork, how are ya?'"
"The worst abuse I get is from people who don't know who I am. I was in a restaurant and the waitress didn't realize who I was. All she could remember is that she hated me; she'd spat in my food, but then was like, 'Wait! I'm sorry! You play Pete Campbell! I thought I knew you!"
— Vincent Kartheiser
"That was something that was calculated, you know what I mean? That was our marketing department at Fox and they did a really good job with our first season, but thats a word that describes the character that I play, not me. I dont personally have identification with that word myself."