Because, also the world of showbiz is not just black and white, good and bad.— Klaus Schulze
Genuine Showbiz quotations
Everyone in showbiz is driven by ego, so how do you go from having loads of fame to working at 7-11? You can't do it!
My parents used to throw great New Year's Eve parties.
They invited such an eclectic mix of showbiz people. All those cool people were always hanging out at our apartment.
Lost in a crowd of greats, not a single Oscar. That's showbiz.
Also, the more you're not focused on showbiz and instead focused on life, learning about other people, and keeping your eyes open and trying to be aware of the world.
Comedians and impressionists used to be two different showbiz animals entirely, but now there's no such thing as a comedian who doesn't do impressions.
I think my recognizability ebbs and flows.
I don't lead a particularly celebrity lifestyle or anything like that. I don't go to showbiz parties or red-carpet events, so it all depends on whether I've got a film out. I've not been very visible in the last year or so and as a result hardly anyone stops me in the street.
I'm not into the whole showbiz scene.
My parents were involved in everything I did.
They were showbiz people themselves. My dad was an actor. They were parents; they did what parents are supposed to do.
My first real showbiz job was on a Nickelodeon show called 'Hey, Dude.
' That was my first real paid scriptwriting job.
People say you should read your criticism because it will make you a better person but it doesn't. It just makes you a sad bitter old showbiz nightmare.
What am I doing in this silly showbiz life? I do wonder that sometimes.
There's one way to do showbiz, if you want to do it perfectly, you have to be disciplined and you have to be ready to work really hard.
The showbiz world has to be manipulated to make it more interesting because most people's lives are boring.
It's destiny that pushed me towards showbiz.
I wanted to start off as a technician, but out of compulsion, I became an actor.
During my early years, I thought I might be a musician.
Like most kids, I didn't do what my parents wanted me to do. They were gung-ho that all their kids become actors. They loved showbiz so much. I am a product of nepotism, basically.
Showbiz is great if you're successful.
I hope I'm thought of as not just a showbiz personality, but as someone who has lived a life and who has hopefully made a contribution to something along the way - someone who is a human being as well as an actress.
I don't mind being accused of being a bad comedian and I don't even mind being accused of being a bad talk-show host, but I never want to be accused of being an arrogant, pompous showbiz asshole.
Mass communication communicates massively: its language lacks precise articulation and avoids demanding terms; it argues for the kind of behavior in life which will make a "good program": ethic equals showbiz.
I'm not a showbiz person. I just enjoy talking nonsense on the radio. I'm not bothered about going to clubs or the paparazzi, I genuinely prefer my neighbours. Spending time with my family and watching Coronation Street are what I love best. People are just people, aren't they?
When you've been brought up in variety, I think timing is always important in your life. If I'm ever late for anything, whether it's personal or business, I always apologise. 'I'm sorry I'm late,' and all that. And if somebody is late meeting me, I expect them to say 'I'm sorry I'm late.' It's just, shall we say, showbiz etiquette of my day.
Sometimes. I get recognized, but I'm not really a famous famous. I'm pretty low on the showbiz totem pole - I mean, I'm no Jon or Kate plus eight. I'm just a comic, not a baby factory.
I'm a fan of people that have quality, that do what they do and that are not into the showbiz.
You're about to be the conductor on the most brilliant, runaway train in showbiz. Good luck you'll love it.
I have been called 'Bongshell' the day I stepped into showbiz.
So, any adjective coming my way, I take it positively. Sometimes it's also entertaining, but I don't feel bad about it. I'm a proud woman.
The payoffs in showbiz seemed as random as a slot machine.
If you think of the public lives of people who've been unlucky, it seems showbiz is some tumultuous crazy world but some are fortunate and some unfortunate. All I can do is keep striving to be better.
As for being sociable, I hate the phoniness in the showbiz world.
I know this will be taken wrong, but I don't like clubs and organizations. I was never a joiner.
A little showbiz never hurt anyone.
Sitcom food is by far the tastiest of all showbiz food.
If the kids did want to get into showbiz then so be it, but I would never project anything on to my children.
I was raised as a tomboy with boys, and I never really feel like myself when I am really dolled up at premieres and showbiz events.
Despite being in showbiz, I have a very real approach to my life. It plays off with my social life.
Even though I'm not actually performing in the works, I love the theatrical and have this fan relationship to showbiz. And one of the things that's a disappointment to me about art is that it's always a memory of something that happened. So I try to get as intimate or as real as possible.