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Summary

Camryn Manheim is a famous Actress from USA, she is 56 years old and still alive, born March 8, 1961.

Biography

Camryn Manheim (born Debra Frances Manheim in Caldwell, New Jersey) is an American actress best known for his roles as attorney Ellenor Frutt on the television series The Practice of the TV channel ABC and as Delia Banks in the character television series Ghost Whisperer and Elvis Presley's mother in the mini-series Elvis from 2005.

Manheim work for a while as a sign language interpreter at a hospital. Her knowledge of sign language was used at times on the television series The Practice, an episode of Law & Order. In 2005, Manheim Golden Globe and Emmy nominations for his work in the mini-series Elvis, and the following year she joined the series Ghost Whisperer.

Manheim is an avid activist for human rights focusing on women's rights and gay rights. Manheim is known to have contributed to a number of charitable organizations. She has a son named Milo Jacob who was born 6 March 2001, just two days before her 40th birthday. Her brother, Karl Manheim, is a law professor at Loyola Law School.

Zodiac etc.

She is born under the zodiac pisces, who is known for Fluctuation, Depth, Imagination, Reactive, Indecisive. Our collection contains 32 quotes who is written / told by Camryn.

Related authors: Elvis Presley

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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Camryn_Manheim

Famous quotes by Camryn Manheim (32)


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"Waiting, waiting, waiting. All my life, I've been waiting for my life to begin, as if somehow my life was ahead of me, and that someday I would arrive at it"
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"I learned how to sign because when I was growing up in California in order to get into college you needed two semesters of language to get into a University of California school"
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"I don't even like to be naked in front of myself!"
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"I have lived my life in a culture that hates fat people"
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"One of the things I did when I was in New York, which has a wonderful deaf community, is I have worked on making Broadway more accessible to deaf people"
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"In my fantasies, I always wanted to play the ingenue, but in reality, in my bones, I am so used to playing the grandmother that I don't feel safe or even sure that I can do it"
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"I think Ellenor is embarrassed and ashamed and has devoted all of her energy to the law and to helping other people get justice because it's too difficult for her to face her own struggle for justice"
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"I placed over a thousand deaf people in jobs throughout my career working for the deaf"
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"The way I see it, I can either cross the street, or I can keep waiting for another few years of green lights to go by"
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"So to me, fat just seems to be right to the point and the most descriptive way to say it"
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"It's important to me that I look good on television because, let's face it, I'm single, and you want somebody to watch the show and fall in love with you"
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"I've always thought of fat as just a descriptive word"
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"Handsome, thin, sophisticated men often fall madly in love with larger women, we just never see it on TV"
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"For a long time, I really struggled with the idea of being an actor because I really felt that I should be in the Peace Corps"
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"One of my earliest memories is of my father carrying me in one arm with a picket sign in the other"
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"Nobody else knew what to do with me because big women are old"
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"My parents have always been offended by my weight, embarrassed maybe. It didn't fit with their sensibilities"
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"Isn't it amazing how celebrity status preempts even the most ingrained hatreds?"
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"Almost everything I do is related to being fat"
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"When I meet large women who walk with confidence and are articulate and really have an understanding of how they walk in this world, I love them so deeply for being able to overcome such unbelievable odds"
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"On The Practice, I get to do what I love to do, and I am making a contribution that will, in the end, help raise social consciousness, dispel some of the myths about being large, and change the way that people view and interact with large people"
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"The character I play is a wonderful compilation of things I hate about myself and things I love about myself and things that I've invented to make her even more interesting than me"
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"So instead of beating myself up for being fat, I think it's a miracle that I laugh every day and walk through my life with pride, because our culture is unrelenting when it comes to large people"
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"Parents know how to push your buttons because, hey, they sewed them on"
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"It never occurred to me that I'd be on a television show or in feature films but when those came into play my dreams changed along the way"
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"Instead of hating, I have chosen to forgive and spend all of my positive energy on changing the world"
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"I hate overweight, because it implies that there's a weight standard I should be adhering to"
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"Both of my parents are professors and everyone in my family has some fabulous degree of something or another and I couldn't get into college because I didn't know a language"
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"People in this country haven't stopped hating fat people, but they've become more kind to me, since in our culture, even though we hate our fat people, we love our celebrities even more"
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"It's okay to be a fat man. It's prestige and power and all of that. But fat women are seen as just lazy and stupid and having no self-control"
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"I was scared, because I knew that in the political arena, you have to satisfy so many different types of people at once, and I wasn't sure that I could speak for everybody and be politically correct"
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"I think the play actually became bigger than me. No pun intended"


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