Fredric March Quote
“My argument in defense of make-up stems to 1932 when I won an Academy Award for Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde. At that time I too was a young leading man. I accepted the role because it afforded me the opportunity to do something besides smile and make love to lovely leading ladies.”
There I am on the first day, on the set, and there's this guy fucking me from behind, right, and there are these two huge guys dressed like cops in my mouth at the same time and I remember thinking to myself, "I like acting. I wanna study".
“Acting is a question of absorbing other people's personalities and adding some of your own experience.”
“No matter what I have to say, I'm still trying to say it in comedic form.”
“I always claim that the writer has done 90 percent of the director's work.”