Fame really works against actors, in a way, because our anonymity is a wonderful thing for us.
I don't really care about having more fame than I have.
My only claim to fame, if I have one, is that I'm an editor.
A man must love a thing very much if he not only practices it without any hope of fame and money, but even... without any hope of doing it well.
The best people renounce all for one goal, the eternal fame of mortals; but most people stuff themselves like cattle.
Fame is a very strange animal.
Fame does lead to money, which I don't have a close relationship with. I'm the kind of guy who never sees the money - it all goes somewhere else. I don't understand it, I don't like to deal with it. I have a fear of not having it, because I grew up without it.
I'm a Hall of Famer and I'm still fighting for it because I love the game and I love to play.
If you look at some of the people in the Hall of Fame, my numbers are compatible.
People always ask me why I still want to play, but I want to know why no one will give me an opportunity. It's like they put a stamp on me: 'Hall of Fame. You're done. That's it.'
I didn't handle fame very well at first. I got a little resentful.
I don't really celebrate fame because I get enough attention.
Having your work be the basis of fame, that's a far more stable feeling.
Fame attracts lunatics.
I started as a lyrical singer. But it was through the pop universe that I reached international fame.
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