Tuesday, 12 May 2015

Quoting Dustin Hoffman

"The truth is, the older you get, the less variety of parts you are offered. If you're a star and you've spent most of your career being able to take your pick of the litter, you notice when the offers start to diminish. You're too old to play leads, so you're offered the supporting role - but many stars don't want to make that transition. They see it as a sign of symbolic impotence. And that the audience will no longer regard them as a star. I love acting, and I'm not going to determine what I do based on what I fear other people might think. I do what I want to do."
Dustin Hoffman



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5 comments:

  1. Nice one, thanks!

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  2. Dear Derek, Abbie, Wim, and Kenneth: Thank you so(!) much for passing by and leaving lovely comments!

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