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.
I don’t know what I’m proudest of. The fact that my kids still talk to me.
Marriage requires searing honesty at all costs. I learned that from my third wife.
I don’t mind watching plays once in a while, but as long as I don’t have to be in them.
No matter what you do or where you are, you’re going to be missing out on something.
I gotta keep busy. I’m not happy unless I’m working on two, three things.
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.