(At 90) I can credit my folks for my genes. That said, I can't get over that at this age I don't feel this age. I'm not trying to be any younger. I'm not lying about my age. If I were lying about my age, I would say I was 89. I'm just at one of those good times in one's life. I'm at one of the high spots. I'm healthy enough to enjoy it. I'm surrounded by friends I adore. Isn't that kind of the best way to sign off?
I'm in the acting business. That's the ego business. When you get offers, the way things are going now you've gotta enjoy it. You've gotta take to time to taste it, and appreciate it and make the most of it.Those offers aren't going to come around all the time. By the time I'm 100...
The audience today has heard every joke. They know every plot. They know where you're going before you even start. That's a tough audience to surprise, and a tough audience to write for. It's much more competitive now, because the audience is so much more - I want to say sophisticated.
I'm the luckiest old broad on two feet because my life is divided absolutely in half - half animals and half show business. You can't ask for better than two things you love the most.
I feel like it's what God wants me to do. I know how it feels and how devastated people can be.
He loves the fact that he is kind of a star in all this. He's always wanted to be on TV.
We've been real sensitive to that since we saw the stand Kamehameha Schools took. But even though they took that stand, they still lost this ruling,
I love being able to contribute to medical education and science.
Keep the other person's well being in mind when you feel an attack of soul-purging truth coming on
All creatures must learn to coexist. That's why the brown bear and the field mouse can share their lives in harmony. Or course, they can't mate or the mice would explode.
They've kind of surrounded him by some old friends of the audience, ... so that the audience will feel secure and they can concentrate on Alfred.
She said they're OK, but the house is flooded up to the second floor right now,
I think we're losing our sense of humor instead of being able to relax and laugh at ourselves. I don't care whether it's ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, or whose ox is being gored.
I majored in English in college, ... but whenever I had doubts when I was writing, I'd always call Nelson. He would always laugh and say he needed to be on my payroll.