Top 10 most inspiring quotes by James Woods
- I’m a pretty quiet guy, but if people want to think of me as a lady killer, I guess that’s good.
- Golfers are genuinely courteous in a discourteous world. Show me a guest on The Jerry Springer Show who’s a golfer.
- Whatever it took to get elected president of the United States, I don’t think being a complete and utter moron is one of those predicates.
- I’m famous for being nicer to my fans than anyone on the face of the earth because I figure, a) They pay my salary, and b) It’s probably like a big moment in your life to meet somebody; so I would say, ‘Just come on up.
- My second ex-wife was really kind of like a ship passing in the night. Only she turned out to be the Exxon Valdez.
- Give Bush 10 minutes before you hammer him. I think he’s going to surprise people. He sounds simple and uncomplicated, but maybe that’s what we need now. He’s not as stupid as everyone thinks. I like the guy.
- I was able to lean on people for favors and things to help out because their budget was so low. It was half of what John Travolta’s perk package is on a film. Our whole budget was half of what his staff makes on a film.
- Without a doubt, if I had it to do all over again, I would do whatever it takes to be a one-person studio. You need to learn how to write so you can control the material. If you own the material, you can do it all.
- Filmmaking, like sex, isn’t a polite enterprise. It involves a lot of mess and the bottom line is, if somebody ain’t screaming, you’re not doing your job.
- I’m absolutely gonna win it, because I’m ruthless. I sit at the poker table and my job is to destroy people.
James Woods is an American actor and producer known for his versatile and intense performances. He was born on April 18, 1947, in Vernal, Utah, United States. Woods grew up in Warwick, Rhode Island, and developed an early interest in acting and the arts.
After studying political science at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Woods decided to pursue a career in acting. He began his professional acting journey on the stage and made his Broadway debut in 1970. Woods gained recognition for his performances in theatrical productions like “Moonchildren” and “The Trial of the Catonsville Nine.”
In the 1970s, Woods transitioned to film and made his mark with notable roles in movies such as “The Way We Were” (1973) and “The Onion Field” (1979). His talent and versatility allowed him to take on a wide range of characters, from charismatic villains to troubled protagonists.
Throughout his career, James Woods has delivered memorable performances in films such as “Videodrome” (1983), “Once Upon a Time in America” (1984), “Salvador” (1986), and “Casino” (1995). He has been nominated for Academy Awards twice, receiving nods for his roles in “Salvador” and “Ghosts of Mississippi” (1996).
Aside from his film work, Woods has also appeared in various television series, including the legal drama “Shark” (2006-2008), for which he received a Golden Globe Award nomination. He has guest-starred in popular shows like “Entourage,” “Family Guy,” and “Ray Donovan.”
Woods is known for his outspoken conservative political views and has been an active supporter of Republican candidates and causes. He has been vocal on social media, expressing his opinions on various political and social issues.
Throughout his career, James Woods has earned a reputation as a talented and respected actor, known for his intensity and dedication to his craft. He continues to be involved in the entertainment industry, taking on both film and television projects.
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