Some things are worth the wait.— Tyler Hoechlin
The most floundering Tyler Hoechlin quotes that will transform you to a better person
For me, as an actor, one of the biggest fears on a TV show is getting stuck in something where you end up feeling like you're doing the same thing, every single year.
It's a sad day when you have to be disappointed in a fan.
Actually, it's nice when people hate what you do, because it's still a passionate feeling about it. It's kind of when they're indifferent, you're like, "Oh, well, what am I really doing?" It's nice to go one way or the other.
The one I can't imagine anyone taking seriously, but was one of my favorites, was the mesh football jersey top, paired with a really short pair of athletic shorts.
My girlfriend and I never let each other forget how much we love each other.
It's all about reminding the other person how important and special she is to you.
I loved the Romeo and Juliet of the whole thing; this forbidden love between these two characters.
They [Tom Hanks and Paul Newman] were simply always high level masters, and taught me as a kid actor never to be an a*shole to anybody, because it would be very tough to get past where they are.
I played [baseball] in college, so it wasn't that much a stretch.
But I would say the main thing for guys who hadn't played before it's just one word - swagger. If you have swagger on the field, and look like you know how to play, that's 90% of it.
'7th Heaven' was a big ensemble cast, so everyone would get a turn.
Basically, I'd get a script that focused on my character and think, 'Oh, I'm working every day this week.' The mindset was I've got more to do, so I had to focus.
Baseball I played literally from the time I can remember.
My dad had played, my older brother played, so I always wanted to be like my older brother. That just kind of was a natural thing that I fell into.
I love sitting down with my friends at dinner and actually telling them a story, as opposed to going, "Hey, did you see that thing I posted on Instagram?" For me, I would so much rather sit there and actually share a story with somebody and have somebody tell me about their trip, or things like that. I don't need to see it.
I've seen things that should get a lot of attention get no attention.
I've seen things that were not supposed to be a big deal become the biggest thing in the world.
I never wanted the temptation to imitate or emulate something that had been done beforehand.
I can only imagine being the most famous person in the world, what that must be like when you go to the grocery store, when you go anywhere.
I imagined that being someday in pro ball I would have been Kevin Costner in Bull Durham. If I had never discovered acting, I literally would have been that guy.
I really didn't grow up with a lot of Superman stuff.
I literally would have been the guy that would have played pro ball until they came to me and said, "Go home, you don't work here anymore."
If you don't take a picture now, you are called an asshole.
I think I was about nine years old when I got my first job.
Treat everyone like it's still your first job and that we're all just happy to be here.
In '7th Heaven,' more than 'Teen Wolf,' was that I got to learn more about my character. In 'Teen Wolf,' I'd always get a new arc for that character every season, which was discovery for me.
Looking back, I'm proud of what I've been able to do, grateful for the fact that I really have very few, if almost zero, nightmare stories of being on sets and working with the wrong people.
Anytime that I have an impulse to pull out my phone and take a picture, especially of a landscape or something, if the first thing I do is reach for the phone, I actually force myself to sit there and at least wait thirty seconds before I actually grab my phone. I'm, like, "No, sit here for thirty seconds, and just see what you think about. What does this make you think about?"
I've honestly really not seen almost any Superman stuff.
Even though you make twelve hundred bucks a month, if I was making twelve hundred bucks a month to play baseball, I would have done it. I would have stayed.
When I turned twenty-five, I did a six-week trip around Europe by myself.
I'd never really done a European trip before and I'd definitely never traveled alone like that. I just had such a great time meeting people. I had such a great time seeing new cultures and different ways that people think and different ways that they live and different ways that they see the world.
I was never one of those kids that felt like I had to go to practice or that I was being made to go to practice or forced to play the game. Baseball was a natural fit for me.
I was raised religious. I was raised Christian. And there’s a lot of edgy topics and things that go on with religion, but to me the most important thing, is that the first thing is that you’re supposed to love everyone the same and not judge anyone… Technically, we’re all the same. And everybody makes mistakes. So no one is better than another person.
I learned that you've never made it, you've never arrived, you're never too good, you're never above anybody else.
I honestly think the impulse is to grab something and capture it, and not capture a moment that you want to remember, but just capture an image that you want other people to see right away. It's about how someone is going to "like" this and it's no longer an experience. It's just this constant sharing of images. I personally don't like that very much.
When it comes to how much attention something gets or how much attention it draws, I really kind of just try to expect nothing at this point. Whatever it turns into, it turns into.
My feeling is I haven't done anything yet.
I loved playing baseball, and the only reason I played was to play professional baseball. I wanted that to be my career for a long time. I turned down multiple jobs and meetings because of it.
You have to know the story that you're telling, and you have to know the tone in which the story is being told.
I was trying to be an entrepreneur at seven years old.
I will never be as busy as I was in high school and college.
Whatever your talent is, don’t be embarrassed by it.
For the love of God, embrace it, share it, do what you want with it. It’s amazing, so never hide behind it.
It's up and down, and people are going to love things you do, people are going to hate things you do.
Anytime anybody goes, "Wow you've been busy.
" I'm like, "No, not since college. This is a cakewalk in comparison."