Inspiring quotes by Maria Bello

Top 10 most inspiring quotes by Maria Bello

  • I just want to use all of myself, for the rest of my life, in every facet of my life, as long as I live.
  • I’m a girl who loves fashion. I’m such a Cinderella – I love to put on a great dress and heels. It’s fun!
  • I’m interested in people who have lived, who are searching and questioning.
  • People tend to think when you’re on dramatic films, that it’s all so heavy, but it’s really not when you’re working with great actors.
  • I feel like, in a way, after doing it for so many years, you learn a certain concentration and how to turn it on and off.
  • You can be feminine and strong, at the same time. You can be a bad-ass and, at the same time, have a vulnerableness when you’re hysterically crying, like most of us girls.
  • I just have a gut feeling about something, if I really want to do it, if I’m excited about it, if I want to explore it. And that goes across all different sorts of genres.
  • I’m not afraid to play my age. I never was. I’ve never been an ingenue. I like getting older.
  • Life goes so fast, and there is so much to do. But the moments that have enriched my life the most came when I slowed down and connected with the people I care about.
  • I think a lot of people are in relationships because they’ve been in them for a long time and they don’t know how to end them.
Maria Bello

Maria Bello is an American actress, writer, and activist, born on April 18, 1967, in Norristown, Pennsylvania, United States. She started her career in theater productions before making her television debut in the medical drama ER (1997-1998).

Bello’s breakthrough role came in the crime drama series, The Practice (1997-2003), for which she received three Primetime Emmy nominations. She has also appeared in several films, including Coyote Ugly (2000), A History of Violence (2005), The Jane Austen Book Club (2007), and Prisoners (2013).

In addition to her acting career, Bello is a passionate activist and has been involved in various humanitarian and social justice causes. She is an advocate for women’s rights, LGBTQ rights, and gender equality. Bello has written several articles and a book titled “Whatever…Love Is Love: Questioning the Labels We Give Ourselves” (2015) about her journey towards embracing her fluid sexuality.

Overall, Maria Bello is a talented actress with a diverse career and a strong voice for social change.

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