In 1994 while on weekend manoeuvres in France, I commandeered a Chieftain tank without permission of my immediate superiors. I then attempted to invade Paris. However, en route I stopped off at Disneyland, or Eurodisney as it was then called, and was subsequently apprehended on Space Mountain.

— Nick Frost

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I wanted to write rather than do anything else.

But 'cause I left school at 15, I didn't know what a noun was, still don't.

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I always think I could play a fantastic psychopath.

I'd like to play a psycho. With a heart, you know. A caring lunatic.

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In the early 2000s, I was introduced to the noble art of kickboxing, it thrilled me, and I loved it. I loved the honour and the discipline, and I also loved the punching.

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I volunteered on a farming community in Israel for two years when I was a teenager. One of the jobs involved clearing out a massive warehouse full of chickens ready for the abattoir. The smell of 40,000 chickens in 45C is awful.

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I am a geek in terms of, I love 'Close Encounters' and I love 'Star Wars,' but other things... 'Doctor Who,' I don't really care about at all, I couldn't give a fig about it.

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I think some people see me as being some kind of lovable, bumbling buffoon, and I'm actually quite mouthy and sharp, and that doesn't compute.

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People say, 'Oh, you're famous now, so you must go to L.

A.' - I don't live in L.A. now - but it's like, why wouldn't you? The weather is amazing, the film industry's there, it's a great quality of life.

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Missions: The Word of God from the heart of God to the heart of man through a consecrated, dedicated, and pure vessel.

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It's a very special thing when you go and get to work with your best friend every day.

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People presume just because you're a bigger bloke that you wouldn't be physically fit or up for the fight, but that couldn't be further from the truth.

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The Omen is one of my favorites. Even though I'm an atheist now, I was brought up Catholic and can remember thinking that it could actually be real! The first Dawn of the Dead is a great one. We had a TV serial in Britain called Day of the Triffids and that was always really terrifying for me as well.

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Someone once pulled me aside and said it was all right to succeed, and I realised that I knew what failure felt like, but I didn't know what success felt like. I've carried that with me ever since.

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About Nick Frost

Quotes 52 sayings
Profession Actor
Birthday March 28, 1972

God's greatest tragedy is the creation of mankind.

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The older I get, the less I remember.

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I am a hard house freak and I don't care who knows.

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One of my biggest disappointments is watching the trailer for the second Lord of the Rings film and having Gandalf in it. Why? He died in the first one, why give it away in the trailer just to try and sell 1000 more seats? It's daft.

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I was an amazing bartender and a great waiter. I think, in a way, that was my acting school.

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It's nice to have someone write a couture character for you.

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I'm sure people would argue this, but I want to be different in everything I do.

I don't think I've been the same in anything I've done, and I want to keep that up.

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I'm not good at meeting people, and I'm not good at small talk.

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I don't describe myself as a sociable person now.

I can be quite... you know... grumpy? Is that a word? I guess I can be a bit grumpy.

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I love Twitter; I'm on Twitter quite a lot.

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I find acting tough, but sitting around chatting - that's easy.

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I love working. I feel guilty about doing nothing; I get bored.

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I would agree Paul is a sci-fi genre movie. And a road movie.

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As a kid, I wasn't listening to The Who; I was listening to Frankie Knuckles.

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Eight years ago, I was a waiter, and I didn't have a pot to piss in.

And now...? It's like I said to my wife: I love the fact that, if I was in a restaurant and Steven Spielberg walked in, I could go up to him and say, 'Hey, mate, how are you?' I think that's pretty amazing, actually.

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When I was younger, I jumped out of a moving car.

I would do anything. Now, being a father and knowing the political state of the world, there are certain things which potentially could be religiously volatile that I would probably avoid, but not much.

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I would be happy living on a massive ranch in Montana and not seeing anyone except my friends and family.

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There's a difference between watching a film and watching a bit of cinema and enjoying a film as a piece of cinema.

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Even though I didn't write 'Shaun Of The Dead' and 'Hot Fuzz,' I never felt left out of the creative process.

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I'm not going to say I'm not a fan, but I'm a fan of house music, essentially, and kind of indie, and I was always into the kind of sub-pop Seattle Mud Honey and Pearl Jam kind of sound. But my kind of big love was house music ever since I was 15/16, going to raves when I was 15 or 16 years old and not going to school, like a naughty boy.

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My wife's brother has a little house on a small island in the Baltic Sea, and we go there at Christmas. The 30-minute crossing from the mainland to this island is the most terrifying cruise you'll ever take. They give you a barf bag when you walk on board.

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People are not going to like everything.

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I'd be happy doing anything on a film set.

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I like to go home early, that's my thing.

My idea of a pub crawl lasts from midday until 5 P.M., then I can go home, play with my kid, have tea and go to bed.

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I'm comedy's forgotten nearly man.

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The zeitgeist is ever-changing. If you try second guess what people want, you'll miss it.

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And remember, the people that you've seen here tonight are professionals, so please don't try any of this at home, because you are ugly and hung like a hampster.

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I like to think I'm some savage realist.

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If you think about America, it is about getting your backpack on and heading out.

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My formative years were all about 'Star Wars' - the first three, not the last crap, obviously. I understood 'Star Trek' but it was too caricatured for me.

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A lot of people who do drama say comedy is the hardest thing, but, not wanting to sound like a bighead, comedy is easy for me, as I've always been fairly funny.

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I'm so thrilled to have been asked to guest in the Doctor Who Christmas Special, I'm such a fan of the show. The read-through was very difficult for me; I wanted to keep stuffing my fingers into my ears and scream 'No spoilers!' Every day on set I’ve had to silence my internal fan-boy squeals!

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I don't regret anything that I've turned down, and I don't regret anything that I've done, really.

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My scripts are always heavily noted. If I can take a director to one side and say, "Do you mind if we try this?," a few days before, that's usually a better way of doing it then on the day.

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I'd like to play the voice of the Iron in the Monopoly movie.

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I fall in love with every film while I'm doing it.

I fall in love with the directors, I fall in love with the process. I don't think I could do it otherwise.

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The fight scenes in 'The World's End' have a certain balletic quality to them.

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