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Don't forget Mother's Day. Or as they call it in Beverly Hills, Dad's Third Wife Day. — Jay Leno
In Beverly Hills... they don't throw their garbage away. They make it into television shows. — Woody Allen
I certainly wanted to maintain some sense of mystery about Picard and that's why we never allowed certain situations to fully evolve, like the relationship between Picard and Beverly Crusher. — Patrick Stewart
It would be pretty funny to see a Beverly Hills white girl with mad rap skills. — Tori Spelling
I did some commercials and a couple of B movies, then a few pilots that didn't go anywhere. Eventually I did the pilot for Beverly Hills, 90210. The rest is history. — Brian Austin Green
I wasn't born with a silver spoon in Beverly Hills, but I was born with a great deal of self-worth. — Yolanda Hadid
When you make a career change there has to be some kind of connection. I remember a Beverly Hills attorney who wanted to become a potato farmer in Oregon. Well, there's a guy who's born to lose. — Lew Richfield
Driving a motorcycle is like flying. All your senses are alive. When I ride through Beverly Hills in the early morning, and all the sprinklers have turned off, the scents that wash over me are just heavenly. Being House is like flying, too. You're free of the gravity of what people think. — Hugh Laurie
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I'm just, like, totally normal. The fact that any of this has happened, that we're sitting here at the Beverly Hills Hotel just gets me going, like, 'What?'
This stammer got me a home in Beverly Hills, and I'm not about to screw with it now.
I can remember crying on the set of Beverly Hills 90210 after being released from the show a few years ago.
I took my daily swim at the Beverly Hills Hotel pool despite the presence of onlookers.
Famous people come up to me, but I don't know who they are because my sight is so bad. It's always at the pool of the Four Seasons in Beverly Hills when I don't have my lenses in and my glasses are in my room.
In the house in Beverly Hills where our four children grew up, living conditions were a few thousand times improved over the old tenement on New York's East 93rd Street we Marx Brothers called home.
I started noticing how stained the pavements are in London.
The pavements in Beverly Hills aren't used; in London, they're used for everything. It doesn't matter how much they're cleaned, they still reflect light.
We're not out holding fundraisers in the Hamptons or in Beverly Hills.
I'm in my late 20s, and people are coming around to it again.
I think they're realizing how much this stuff affects them. I think all the time about how much Judy Blume affected me, or Beverly Cleary. And I think that now some people are starting to come around and get more of an appreciation for [my stuff].
Drugs are so easy to get in the ghetto.
They might not be easy to get in nice areas like Beverly Hills, but in Long Beach and Compton and South Central they're easy to get.
There are challenges as far as underfunding in various parts of the city.
But spirit and sense of community is so much stronger in the places we've been. In Hollywood and Beverly Hills for example, people stay to themselves and live away from others in their gated communities. Despite being a native West Angelino, I had never really felt a strong sense of community until "South Of Wilshire". I now feel it because of the show.
I was not the first choice for Veronica in Heathers.
I auditioned and they were like, "Oh, thanks." And I went to the Beverly Center to Macy's and had them do a makeover on me. I went back because I kind of knew that they thought I wasn't pretty enough. They were trying to get Jennifer Connelly.
When the riots happened in L.A., they didn't go to Beverly Hills to trash Rodeo Drive. They trashed their own neighborhoods. It's one of those tragedies that we always see in riot situations, where the only thing that they can lash out against is the stuff that's right there in their own communities. They destroy the very things that help them survive in their own community. There is a level of futility in that.
I first heard the banjo on the Beverly Hillbillies, and from then on I was banjo-conscious. But I didn't actually get one until my grandfather gave me one, almost by mistake. He knew I was playing a little bit of guitar. He saw a banjo at a flea market and bought it. I took it home with me and just never put it down. I was fifteen.