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Minnie Driver Quotes





Anyone who has that weird volition to become an actor probably has a weird volition to do lots of other creative things - to write, to play music, to paint, to cook.
 

But I love filmmaking - I'm not ashamed of that. You're sort of vilified if you say that in England.
 

Celebrity is a weird appendage, which is useless unless you do something with it.
 

I can set up shop anywhere. I've got my oils, I've got my yoga mat and I'm good to go. I must know good yoga classes in about 25 cities on this planet.
 

I like the theater enormously, but I truly love films - the whole bizarre, boring process that it can be.
 

I really fancy Harrison Ford. I've got to say I think he's really divine. He's, like, an older man, I guess, although he's not really that old, obviously. I don't want to offend him.
 

I swear to God, I would marry the first person who asked me, just because it seems so completely impossible that anyone would ask.
 

I was equally in love with singing and acting from an early age.
 

In some movies you feel like you're a very small part of a huge machine. Whereas in the theater you can have a very small part, but you can still feel the weight and the gravity of it. Given the nature of theater, it's a more concentrated and quiet experience.
 

Last year my boyfriend gave me a painting - a very personal one. I really prefer personal gifts or ones made by someone for me. Except diamonds. That's the exception to the rule.
 

People go 'You look a lot like Minnie Driver.' Once I said, 'Thanks, Minnie is a great actress.' But, it blew up in my face. This person said, 'Nah, didn't like the last movie she did.'
 

Singing is my dream and, while it may have not been a commercial success, critically I was thrilled with the reception my first album got.
 

You can never be guaranteed good roles because of an award, but I think your profile and net worth as a performer has to do with awards, unfortunately.
 

You do a James Bond film, you're being part of an anachronism, a tradition.