All the media have their own award presentations.
For a man without hobbies, I stand in a wonderful spot, where what I do is my best hobby, and everything else is a poor second.
I always used to be the villain or the comic butt of some show.
I have always had confidence in my own ability.
I worked as a parking lot attendant for a while and a delivery boy and two or three other things, but none of them seemed just right.
I've done my best to avoid B pictures.
In marriage, someone has to be a giver and someone a taker. I am a taker who married a giver.
Isn't it odd that you have to keep proving you're alive?
Acting is all I've ever done, and I've nothing else to make comparisons with when anyone asks me whether I've ever wanted anything else out of life. It's given me enough satisfaction so that I haven't wanted or had to look for anything else.
I played ball for the Hollywood Blues of the Pacific Coast League, and I thought I was going to be a major leaguer. But I was the only one who seemed to think so.
I've never been typed. John Wayne played 'that guy' all the time - mostly because that's all he could do. Gable played Gable parts, and Bob Taylor played Bob Taylor parts, whether he was in armor or a full-dress suit. I resisted that.
The camera lens or the television camera is still just a proscenium arch. And as a great old character actor once said to me, wherever you're acting, you reach up and take hold of the proscenium arch, and you pull it down around your shoulders.
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