I don’t think I am narcissistic. I think I have low self-esteem.
I am the boss of me. You can’t change anyone else. Women think they can. But you know what? You can’t.
Everything was coming my way, but I was going down. I was painfully empty.
I was lucky to live 10 years in France, so I learned how to eat and drink there.
If I am going to get in a cab to go home, and I see a sign for an open house, I will go in. I like real estate because I am the boss.
You know, growing up, I lived in a neighborhood in Long Island where there was basically one black family. And I remember hearing all the parents and the kids in the neighborhood say racist things about this family.
I was so busy fighting and so busy trying to keep everything above water that I didn’t realize I was spiraling downward with nowhere to go.
The truth in acting is that we are all hired help. We are a commodity. There is no difference between being an actor and pork bellies.
I am funny. No one else thinks I am funny. But I am funny.
My family was blue collar, a middle-class kind of thing. My father was born in Detroit, Italian-American. My mother is English. She acted on the stage with Diana Dors. Her parents were French.
I learned nothing while I was in school.
I have no problem with women in the military, if that’s what they want to do.