If you look around at the people in show business today they are basically the people who didn't give up.
I'm an avid biography reader.
Generally, I have to be able to get the lines out of my mouth without making a mistake before I go to sleep.
I think there is something like 90% unemployment in the Screen Actors Guild, so we are the exception.
I try not to make plans. Because, even the best laid plans etc. etc.
In my heart, I've never left Brazil.
Hollywood has more than its share of harsh and crewel stories. In fact, it's probably more the norm than the exception.
No, actually I'm trying to stay away from the big screen.
I don't read Science Fiction.
I don't read fiction at all.
I think it's the business part of the word show business that causes me the most concern.
Certainly I find it most interesting to play a role that I can invent from nothing.
And the basic sort of thrust of Star Trek being about equality and tolerance and things I believe in deeply.
Any job you can go to and have a laugh everyday has got to be a good job.
My own personal favorite Cher song is the unforgettable Gypsies, Tramps and Thieves.
And, you know, when you are a kid, everybody wants to be an actor. I think that everybody wants to be in show business, frankly.
I think the potential for man is so enormous, if we can stay alive long enough, we're going to be seeing a lot of what Star Trek is projecting.
There is no question that everybody who works in show business is lucky because of the number of people who wish they where working in show business.
People think that being on Star Trek is career suicide, but it's really just the opposite
Having spent so much time in a fictional world, I prefer to read about the real world
I like to think of myself as the Rutger Hauer of this show Star Trek: The Next Generation. But then I like to think of myself as Rutger Hauer in real life: strikingly handsome, irresistible to women, an intergalactic enigma.
Im thinking of going into rehab. Im not addicted to anything, but I think its good way to jumpstart an acting career.
As I get older and I get more of this dialogue and I lose more and more brain cells, it really does become the most difficult part of the job!
Radical surgery is never fun.
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