20th-century Actress Quotes
Then you don't know. You can't know what it feels like to meet a person and suddenly know without a doubt that the whole purpose of your life so far-every choice you made, every twist of fate along the way-was just a journey to get you to that person. My life started when I met Clea. Every minute without her is just killing time until we can be together again.
It's important to me that I don't get trapped in the whole teen scene because I feel that you can get lost in those kind of movies, and they aren't really about the actors; they're about the selling of the concept, and how much money it makes. So I just try to choose the scripts that have the best characters for myself, or would be the most challenging, or fun.
My family would soon tell me if I was getting above my station. I love what I do, I love my job, but I also like to go home and lead a normal life. … I like to go to the gym, go shopping and do normal things, and it's totally unnecessary to not value people working around you. It's down to good manners, really.
Good Lord. I'd be lying if I said I'd never Googled myself, but it honestly never occurred to me to add 'naked' to my search criteria. Sure enough, there have been five nude 'episodes'. And I know this is self-destructive but somehow I find myself on a 'nudescenes' forum where linus22 is arguing that I have odd-shaped nipples. Do I? Oh God! That thought never occurred to me! One more for the self-esteem list.
I went to Sunday School and liked the stories about Christ and the Christmas star. They were beautiful. They made you warm and happy to think about. But I didn't believe them. The Sunday School teacher talked too much in the way our grade school teacher used to when she told us about George Washington. Pleasant, pretty stories, but not true.
At his birthday party:I got to the celebration early and pretty soon some friends pulled me into a back area and said Perform something! and there was this wig and dress lying there. I told them Well, I don't do that sort of thing. I don't dress like a woman… While they were trying to talk me into it another friend ran in and yelled Do something and I mean fast! There are over four hundred people out there! You'd better hurry up Foozie! I was dumbfounded, four hundred people!? So, I thought why not and replied, That's Miss Foozie to you! and that's how it all started.
Julie won a scholarship to Harvard. Graduated with honors and received another scholarship to Boston University Medical School. Julie became a medical doctor, alas, losing her medical license to a terrible addiction to heroin. As an ex-addict, she now manages Autoworld Go Carts in West Covina, California. She has the highest score on PacMan... Go Julie!!!