There's an old saying in Hollywood: It's not the length of your film, it's how you use it.
Reported in Inside Oscar 2 (2002) by Damien Bona
People like to define you through what they’ve seen you do … There are aspects of my personality, I guess, that come through on-screen, but I don’t sit around thinking, I’ve been a bumbling suitor all my life.
When I didn’t have a family, I was much more of a workaholic … I still like to work, but I also want to be home with them. As you get older, you realize you need balance. If it’s not fun, what’s the point?
As quoted in "Born Funny" by Margot Dougherty in Reader's Digest (September 2007)
We covered "Hey Jude." My father panicked, misunderstanding the lyrics and thinking our lead singer was belting out "Hey, Jew" to a roomful of Holocaust survivors.
As quoted in The Best Book of Useless Information Ever (2007) by Noel Botham, p. 19