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Thomas Haden Church Quotes


An American actor.
(1960 - )

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And there have certainly been movies I wanted to be in and milestones I wanted to surpass that did not happen.
 

As an actor I kind of do. I started out doing voice overs in the mid 80s when I was in grad school.
 

Between Clive Owen winning at the Golden Globes and the British Academy announcing its nominations, of which Sideways received only one, I'm feeling pretty humbled these days.
 

But all actors go through the process, it's hit and miss, you have achievement and failure.
[Achievement]
 

But at the same time, if the right thing came along, I would do it in a second.
 

But I certainly know a lot of people that existed at that level and are always kind of pining for more, always thinking that the next big break, the next opportunity, the big role are just around the corner of the next audition.
 

But I think once the word gets out that the movie is funny - funny is transcendent - it will traverse all demographic barriers if people embrace it as a funny movie.
 

But I'm a citizen of Texas and try to spend most of my time there.
 

But to this day I am convinced that the real reason we met was because Alexander is from Nebraska, and he was completely fascinated that I was about to go off and make a movie with Brando - perhaps the most famous Nebraskan of all.
 

Cary and I are working together on another movie, Charlotte's Web.
 

Children from like 8 and even up to the college age - Spider-Man appeals to a fairly broad demographic but, like I said, a mean age probably of 12 is a good mark - they process information so quickly and it's not because of attention deficit or short attention span.
[Attention]
 

He was using me. When he cast me in Sideways I was nothing but a vessel.
 

I believe in singularity in relationships because you've got to have trust on both sides.
 

I certainly was an actor and then I drifted more towards writing and directing.
 

I did a series called Ned and Stacey for two years for Fox back in the 90s. I was writer on it as well as a producer, and it was very important to me that there were no contemporary references.
 

I enjoy doing press for something that I like, and I think the movie is very fun and charming and clever.
 

I invested, and I protected myself, so I enjoy that freedom.
 

I kind of have a rededication in my life now to acting because I'm very fond of being in this movie.
 

I like to keep my private stuff pretty vague.
 

I love going to the feed store and drinking coffee and talking about how much rain we need.
 


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