I was the kid that grew up watching Bette Davis films.
I grew up in Minnesota. Four generations of my father’s people are buried there.
I actually grew up playing the piano in the church and was deeply involved in music ministry.
I sort of grew up doing theater. And that’s how I got into film, actually.
Ever since I was little, my mum used to choose an outfit for me and lay it on the bed so I’d know what I was wearing the next day. I never went to a uniformed school, so I always had an outfit – and I never really grew out of that, I don’t think.
I grew up as a tomboy, so I’m used to being around guys.
I’m a huge fan of music in schools and music education because that’s how I grew up.
I started improvising the Cliff character, based on someone I grew up with.
I loved the stage and then grew to love the camera.
You know, I grew up in two American internment camps, and at that time I was very young.
I grew up working in Canada so everything was low budget.
I grew up in a scientific world, the son of a neurosurgeon.
I grew up in a country that I thought was special. And it was.
I’m excited to be a part of the Marvel universe because I grew up with it.
I grew up in a home environment where I wasn’t getting esteem for anything I did.
I love ’70s organic architecture. I am very influenced by the time when I grew up.
I grew up in a working-class family, so I guess you could say I write from what I know.
Perugia is my true fatherland because there I grew to manhood.
From warriors ravens grew red And with their leader a host attacked.
I grew up on red meat and corn. But I don’t eat like that anymore.