Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Julia Stiles
- I am forever grateful that I got some training in the theater – it reduces performance anxiety.
- I like a director that encourages me to be playful. I don’t really like being restricted or controlled by a director.
- Education is huge for me. I went to public school until I turned thirteen, and was lucky enough to afford college once I became successful as an actress.
- The only thing that gets me through any type of pain, emotional or physical, is to make it worthwhile by putting it into my work.
- I think it’s really special to be a part of something that people are still watching or thinking about or interested in, or remember fondly many years later. I don’t think it’s annoying at all.
- I’ve really turned a corner recently in terms of not taking work too seriously, so it is much easier for me to not take my work home.
- It was nice that there [ in the Bourne Ultimatum ] was a reference to the relationship . It’s very subtle – it’s actually without dialogue. I do think it’s powerful even without words.
- As an actor, you’re only one little piece of the puzzle; you’re fulfilling someone else’s vision. If you’re involved earlier on, you’re kind of creating your own.
- I’m not good at keeping secrets. If I’m entrusted with a secret from a friend, I can do that because I’m a good friend, but I don’t like having secrets, it makes me nervous.
- I think I was born an artist. But the key is that I have a mom that encouraged and supported my artistic side. She still has the stick-figure drawings framed.
Julia Stiles is an American actress born on March 28, 1981, in New York City, New York. She gained prominence in the late 1990s and early 2000s for her roles in popular teen films. Stiles grew up in a creative family, with her father working as a businessman and her mother as a potter.
Stiles attended the Professional Children’s School in New York City and later studied English literature at Columbia University. However, her passion for acting led her to take a hiatus from her studies to focus on her burgeoning career in film.
Her breakthrough role came in 1999 when she portrayed the quick-witted Kat Stratford in the romantic comedy “10 Things I Hate About You.” The film’s success established Stiles as a talented young actress and led to other notable roles in movies like “Save the Last Dance” (2001), “The Bourne Identity” (2002), and its sequels, “Mona Lisa Smile” (2003), and “A Guy Thing” (2003).
Throughout her career, Julia Stiles has showcased her versatility by taking on a variety of roles, ranging from drama to comedy. She has appeared in films such as “The Prince and Me” (2004), “The Omen” (2006), and “Silver Linings Playbook” (2012). Stiles also ventured into television, starring in the crime drama series “Dexter” from 2010 to 2013, for which she received critical acclaim.
In addition to her work in film and television, Stiles has also performed on stage, including appearances in the play “Oleanna” in London’s West End and the off-Broadway production of “Persephone.”
Julia Stiles continues to be active in the entertainment industry, taking on new projects and showcasing her talent as an actress. Her contributions to film and television have earned her a dedicated fan base and critical acclaim throughout her career.
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