Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Dennis Quaid
- I found that you don’t have to do drugs to have a great time. Music is a great drug on its own.
- I don’t have a grand strategy for my career. I just look for good material, and good stories. I look for good scripts.
- If you’re going to stick around in this business, you have to have the ability to reinvent yourself, whether consciously or unconsciously.
- I’ve done so many movies that when I see them I don’t really watch them.
- I’d love to do a golf movie. I turned down Don Johnson’s role in ‘Tin Cup.’ I regret that.
- I try to be eclectic in my choice of films. If I’ve done anything that’s intentional in my career, it’s to try to do as many different types of characters and as many different types of genres of movies that I can.
- ‘Legion’ was a lot of fun to shoot. It was a real unique apocalypse scenario that takes place in a diner out in the desert. Very much like a drive-in B-movie, but in a good way.
- What is great about art and artists is that we get to ask the questions, even though we may never know the answers.
- Certainly I’m a Christian first and foremost. But I do believe in religious tolerance and finding the commonality between all of us. I think that’s how we’re all going to come together.
- Back then, people were throwing their underwear onstage. I remember taking eight pairs of my own underwear to the cleaners and getting only four back.
Dennis Quaid, born on April 9, 1954, in Houston, Texas, is a versatile American actor known for his charismatic presence and impressive acting range. With a career spanning over four decades, he has established himself as a prominent figure in the entertainment industry.
Quaid’s breakthrough came with the 1979 film “Breaking Away,” where he portrayed a young cyclist, earning critical acclaim. He went on to star in a wide array of films, including “The Right Stuff” (1983), “Innerspace” (1987), and “Great Balls of Fire!” (1989), where he played the legendary Jerry Lee Lewis. His talent for both drama and comedy shone through in roles like “The Parent Trap” (1998) and “Frequency” (2000).
Throughout his career, Quaid’s work has earned him numerous accolades, including Golden Globe nominations for his performances in “Far from Heaven” (2002) and “The Special Relationship” (2010).
Beyond acting, Quaid is a musician and has occasionally performed with his band, The Sharks. He has also ventured into producing and directing. His dedication to his craft and enduring presence in Hollywood make Dennis Quaid a respected and enduring figure in the world of entertainment.
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