That’s the privilege of old age: You don’t have to remember.
I know that if I can’t move people, then I have no business being an actor.
I’m as old as I am, and I don’t try to hide it. It’s not a big deal.
I was a stoopball fan. I played stoopball all the time.
I was terrified of being on stage, and I had to work very hard at a craft to get past that.
I would rather die than do a play – 10 years in solitary instead.
I used to have a lot of philosophies of acting; they all fell apart over the years.
I wrote my epitaph: He started out a particle and ended up a wave.
Unless you’re doing Shakespeare or Chekhov… the written word is not sacrosanct.