I don't want people to know what I'm actually like. It's not good for an actor.
A star on a movie set is like a time bomb. That bomb has got to be defused so people can approach it without fear.
Because you know, down deep in my heart, when all is said and done, I still live under the illusion that basically people think of me as an up-and-coming young actor.
I don't have any plugs or tucks but people do what they want. I look at it as mutilation.
I'm an actor who they said was wrinkled and balding and everything else when I was in my early 30's. Most of the people who wrote that who thought they were younger than me are now bald and wrinkled.
It's a slight stretch of the imagination but most people are alike in most ways so I've never had any trouble identifying with the character that I'm playing.
People who speak in metaphors should shampoo my crotch.
There is no way you can get people to believe you on screen if they know who you really are through television.
There's only two people in your life you should lie to... the police and your girlfriend.