Inspiring quotes by Emory Cohen

The top 10 most inspiring quotes by Emory Cohen

  • If I wanted to play it safe, I’d get a normal job with a secure paycheck.
  • I’m glad I chose more vulnerable work about what is love and what is freedom and those kinds of things. But there’s something innate in me where I always come back to characters with an edge.
  • When I was a kid, I saw ‘Peter Pan,’ and I loved Captain Hook and the Lost Boys because they were the ‘bad boys.’
  • I am constantly interested in people who society calls ‘bad’ because I don’t like to just buy into something that everybody’s going to say. I want to investigate that for myself. With a character, you get to fully investigate that emotionally and understand the parts of them that are in pain and scared and are good. That’s human.
  • It’s not like every actor needs to train, but an actor will either develop their process through training or through working.
  • I’ll play a happy character, but most characters are driven by a pain or a fear. They are driven by something deep down, and most people are like that in the sense. And so, that’s what interests me.
  • I come from an intense family – like, we’re just intense people. Not bad people or anything, we are just very intense, and I have just always felt like people who weren’t like that were just a kind of hiding it, like when I was really young in high school.
  • Toronto is a special city, and the environment is perfect for the arts; free and alive. I’m a New Yorker, and Toronto reminds me of a much cleaner New York, so it’s like coming home after your mom just cleaned your room for you; for me that’s a lovely environment.
  • The hardest thing is for me to let the work go and let myself just live. Every actor is different; they each have their own strengths and weaknesses; trust and ease are mine.
  • I’m a fourth-generation New Yorker. My family has been in New York for many, many years.

Emory Cohen is an American actor known for his compelling performances in film and television. Born on March 13, 1990, in New York City, Cohen developed a passion for acting at a young age. He attended the Professional Performing Arts School in Manhattan, where he honed his craft.

Cohen gained recognition for his breakout role as Tony Fiorello in the critically acclaimed film “Brooklyn” (2015), directed by John Crowley. His portrayal of the charming and compassionate Italian-American love interest earned him widespread praise and several award nominations, including a BAFTA Rising Star Award nomination.

Following his success in “Brooklyn,” Cohen continued to impress audiences with his versatile performances in various projects. He showcased his range in films such as “War Machine” (2017) alongside Brad Pitt and “The Place Beyond the Pines” (2012) with Ryan Gosling and Bradley Cooper.

In addition to his film work, Cohen has also made notable appearances on television. He starred in the Netflix series “The OA” (2016–2019), created by Brit Marling and Zal Batmanglij, where he played the role of Homer Roberts.

With his talent, dedication, and range, Emory Cohen has established himself as a formidable actor in both film and television, captivating audiences with his authenticity and charisma.

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