Top 10 most inspiring quotes by James Spader
- I don’t think movies or television have any basis in reality at all. It’s all just pretend. That’s what’s fun about it.
- Sometimes with people their work is the most important thing to them, and sometimes the work enables you to do other things that are more important to you. I probably am closer to that.
- I think also there’s no question that Lincoln has been diluted down through history in some way, almost by becoming as iconic as he is, in a way he’s become diluted.
- I think that Barack Obama faces a level of divisiveness, and I don’t mean on a national level in terms of the North and the South and the Civil War; I really mean just politically.
- Acting for me, is a passion, but it’s also a job, and I’ve always approached it as such. I have a certain manual-laborist view of acting. There’s no shame in taking a film because you need some money.
- Working in theater, film or television are three different jobs for an actor, and I accept them as such.
- I’d like to thank the academy and I’d like to thank my mother and I’d like to thank my mother again, because I forgot to thank her last year.
- I lost interest in firearms because we had a dog that was scared to death of the sound of a rifle shot.
- The script is the coloring book that you’re given, and your job is to figure out how to color it in. And also when and where to color outside the lines.
- I’ve had a lazy career, sometimes one film a year, sometimes none. I’m walking around in the street and doing this other thing, living, that I’m much more interested in. I just do some acting on the side.
James Spader is an American actor known for his distinctive voice, intense performances, and ability to portray complex and morally ambiguous characters. He was born on February 7, 1960, in Boston, Massachusetts, USA.
Spader began his acting career in the 1980s, appearing in a variety of films such as “Endless Love” (1981) and “Tuff Turf” (1985). However, it was his role as the manipulative and eccentric Steff in the coming-of-age film “Pretty in Pink” (1986) that brought him wider recognition.
Throughout his career, Spader has been praised for his work in both film and television. He gained critical acclaim for his portrayal of Graham Dalton, a troubled secretary in the film “Secretary” (2002), which earned him a Golden Globe nomination.
In television, Spader is best known for his role as the enigmatic and morally ambiguous Raymond “Red” Reddington in the crime drama series “The Blacklist,” which premiered in 2013 and has been a major success. His performance in the series has garnered him multiple award nominations, including a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Television Drama Series.
Spader has also appeared in other notable films such as “Sex, Lies, and Videotape” (1989), for which he won the Best Actor award at the Cannes Film Festival, “Crash” (1996), and “Lincoln” (2012).
Known for his distinctive voice and intense presence, James Spader has established himself as a versatile and talented actor with a unique ability to bring complex characters to life on screen.
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