I’ve been a sports fan all my life, and like most other actors, I’m convinced I could have been a pro athlete if Hollywood hadn’t come calling.
I have a silicone bust, and half of Hollywood – artificial person.
They’ve great respect for the dead in Hollywood, but none for the living.
I got completely fed up with that Hollywood blockbuster mentality. I couldn’t take it seriously any longer.
I think, unfortunately or fortunately, the reality of Hollywood is that if your movie makes money, they’ll make another one.
In Hollywood, after you get a little success, the next thing you usually get is a divorce.
I don’t know how Hollywood sees me.
Like every audition I go on, I do my best, but after that, I let it go because, you know, the rejection rate is so great in Hollywood, and I can only control what I do in the audition, and after that it’s up to somebody else.
Who better than an Irishman can understand the Indians, while still being stirred by tales of the US cavalry?
How did I get to Hollywood? By train.
Because Chicago was to radio what Hollywood was to films and Broadway was to the theatre: it was the hub of radio.
Here in Hollywood you can actually get a marriage license printed on an Etch-A-Sketch.
Smart writers never understand why their satires on our town are never successful. What they refuse to accept is that you can’t satirize a satire.
I got around a lot, and lots of people talked to me. I salted down stories by the barrel load.
No matter what you say about the town, and anything you say probably is true, there’s never been another like it.
I do have complicated feelings about Hollywood, but I also have tremendously affectionate ones.
The only way to avoid age discrimination in Hollywood is to die young.
I’m a homebody. I don’t really like the Hollywood parties, and go out just to be seen. That’s not really me.
On the last couple of movies I made – big-budget Hollywood movies – I really missed being able to create my own material.