Magazines and opinions of you and stuff like that, those will change, but your opinion of yourself does not have to based on what other people say. So I just learned that my inner voice has to be louder than their outside voice.
I love doing stand-up. It's so self-contained - you go there, you do it, you go home - but with telly, there are too many people involved with it with opinions. You have a product, and everyone wants to change it.
Television provokes strong opinions, and sometimes we try a bit too hard to appeal to everyone.
My personal opinion is that you can't be racist towards white people. You can be prejudiced about them, but being prejudiced isn't an illegal act, whereas being racist can be.
I do my best to hold the director's opinion above my own.
I know what I can do so it doesn't bother me what other people think or their opinion on the situation.
I don't listen to people's opinions. I have people around me who I can trust, but most of all I listen to myself.
I definitely have my opinions that I'm very vocal about and I'm not afraid to put them out there.
I never thought I'd go on a show like 'The X Factor,' simply because I didn't have enough confidence to do something like standing on a stage to have opinions thrown at me.
The idea that everyone's opinion is valuable is sometimes up for question.
People's sex habits are as well known in Hollywood as their political opinions, and much less criticized.
Characters do not change. Opinions alter, but characters are only developed.
I have been ever of opinion that revolutions are not to be evaded.
In my opinion, any man who can afford to buy a newspaper should not be allowed to own one.
I do come across people who don't like me, don't like my comedy, don't think it's funny, it's too cutesy, or whatever they hate. And it's like, 'Okay. That's your opinion. Somebody liked it, so that's good.' Hopefully it balances out.
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