People who are artists professionally are not artists because they want to be artists; they have to be artists. They're compelled to get that creativity out and to share that with others.
Brian Stokes Mitchell
People who are artists professionally are not artists because they want to be artists; they have to be artists. They're compelled to get that creativity out and to share that with others.
Quotes to Discover
Post my graduation, I really thought that acting was something I wanted to do. I simply took a chance and started auditioning, and I loved it.
Barcelona, Real Madrid, City - there are many teams you'd want to play against.
Luckily, I have had parents who could take me places.
I have been naturally inclined towards mountains, trees, flowers, and rivers.
Prince led by example. As prolific as he was as an artist, he was just as courageous in the business.
To play along alongside Cristiano Ronaldo, Kaka, or Franck Ribery is an honour for any footballer.
I want to be the best safety in the league.
People are looking for a way in which their spiritual life can be deepened. They are finding it in some of our Catholic parishes and sometimes not in others, and that opens the door for them to go elsewhere.
Schooling people in the ways of ongoing discernment produces a greater receptivity to the tradition of the church and at the same time creates the freedom that will make them more responsive to the will of God throughout their lives.
When you treat everyone on the sets with respect, it keeps the workspace free of tension. Your conscience is clear, and that reflects on the camera.
From 12-year-old girls to 70-year-old matriarchs, I know hundreds of women who have some sort of body image issue. This is sad and seriously worrying, but it's true, and it's why I feel some kind of social responsibility to do what I can to show a variety of body types in fashion magazines.
When my father would come home from his work at the Senate and talk about the things he could talk about - because a lot of his work was top secret - he would always tell me these stories and laugh. As deadly serious as his work was, he would laugh at the absurdity of it all.
If we get to the point where we damage the full faith and credit of the United States, that would be the first default in history caused purely by insanity.
I warm up a lot harder for a Clipping show than I ever did for 'Hamilton.'
The lighter the car, the faster it goes.
Life is funny, and that's why I celebrate it in my shows.
In my fiction, there's a lot that's borrowed from music. It's never like I'm taking a lyric, but more the mood of a particular song. 'The Boy Detective Fails' was like listening to 'Eleanor Rigby' by The Beatles, this very melancholy-but-poppy song.
I've learned to set boundaries and know when to say, 'I just need to rest.' I'm good at listening to what my body's telling me.