I call it like I see it. I don't hold back when it comes to being candid on the hot issues.— Jerry Doyle
The most surprising Jerry Doyle quotes that are simple and will have a huge impact on you
We have common enemies today. It's called childhood poverty. It's called cancer. It's called AIDS. It's called Parkinson's. It's called Muscular Dystrophy.
Five days a week my body is a temple; the other two, it's an amusement park.
I believe in financial retirement. I don't necessarily believe in physical retirement.
If you're not having fun - I don't care what you're doing - don't do it.
Move on. Find something else, life's too short.
I never realized that growing up in Brooklyn, flying jets, working on Wall Street and starring in a sci-fi series was the prerequisite for the fast-paced demands of talk radio. But, if that's what it takes to succeed, I'm glad I did it all.
When my dad first started out in the police force, wearing the uniform was a sense of pride, and it was respected in the community for what the police force was all about. Unfortunately today, the uniform is a target.
When you're 23, 24 years old and somebody's given you a credit card and jets and limos and you don't have to pay the bill when it comes in - that's a pretty nice deal.
I was 35 years old and in a position to take a shot at whatever I wanted to try.
The Air Force said I was too old to fly fighter jets. I thought about becoming a fishing boat captain, before deciding that acting seemed pretty cool.
I used to skip out of high school and go flying.
It was just one of those things, I thought it was kind of a cool thing to do. I never thought about doing that as a profession, but I started checking things out and I found out there was a flight school down in Daytona Beach, called Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University.
I was never really sure what I wanted to do - I'm in awe of these people who knew at age 10 or 12 they wanted to be a brain surgeon, and they did it, and they still are.
Money is only a vehicle that provides you with options, and I say there's only one thing that money can't buy - poverty.
Brooklyn, when I was growing up, was awesome.
It was stoopball and stickball - a lot of kids... the baby boom generation were all in the area. It was just a really great place.
A large part of the people in Hollywood are sheep - and I don't say that unkindly, I say that politically - if Spielberg and Streisand and Geffen and the others were Republicans tomorrow, you would see a shortage of paper to try and change registrations.
I'm not sure what I want to do when I grow up, or if I'm sure I ever want to grow up. I'm sure there are people that wish I would, but you know, my mom will get over it.