Facts about Julie Walters

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Julie Walters is a famous Actress from United Kingdom, she is 69 years old and still alive, born February 22, 1950.

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She is born under the zodiac pisces, who is known for Fluctuation, Depth, Imagination, Reactive, Indecisive. Our collection contains 39 quotes who is written / told by Julie, under the main topic Change.

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Famous quotes by Julie Walters (39)


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"I'd love to be in another film, but they haven't asked me. I think it's a shame but the prospects of me doing another one now are remote. Please do campaign on my behalf"
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"I never wanted to become an actress because I'd read great literature or seen great Shakespeare. It was more just wanting to understand what the people were really like, why they said all the strange things they did"
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"The characters do have a life of their own; it's weird"
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"Suddenly, you are very much in the present, and you learn it's really the place where you should always live"
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"I'm too young at 50. I'm not grown up yet. There's part of everybody like that"
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"I felt my mother about the place. I don't think she haunts me, but I wouldn't put it past her"
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"I always loved my mother, felt loved, but she was judgmental. Her father in Ireland didn't approve of women generally, and she took on his values. She believed her own mother was foolish"
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"I don't know if you can change things, but it's a drop in the ocean"
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"The money isn't a lure. I've done very well out of this business"
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"It wasn't being an alcoholic - it was going wild. It happened when I got famous. It was like having my teens in my early thirties: blotting out your life, not having to think about anything"
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"I'll tell you how it happened. The phone rang. Paul, my agent, goes, 'Would you like to play Meryl Streep's?' I said, 'Yeeees! I'll do it, whatever it is.' He said, 'It's Mamma Mia!.' I said, 'Oh no, which character? The fat friend?"
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"I was the little, funny one. I felt I was the child among grown women"
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"I was having my teens in my 30s"
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"I keep seeing myself in my daughter, and I see my mother in me and in her. Bloody hell"
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"I don't want to give up acting - it's what I am"
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"I don't know if you can change things, but it's a drop in the ocean"
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"I can understand why people get annoyed at being remembered for one thing, but a lot of actors aren't remembered for anything. I don't mind that"
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"Being a mother adds another emotional dimension, a feel for children that I didn't have before I had one. They were a pain before"
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"The way I relax is I think, 'I haven't got anything coming up.' I like to know there are months ahead when I've got nothing"
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"I wanted above all else not to be like my mum"
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"I never had any acting heroes. I never really went to the theatre"
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"My grandmother lived with us for a short time while I was a child. Old people tend to be slightly more eccentric - they can behave the way they want"
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"Jane Austen was an extraordinary woman; to actually be able to survive as a novelist in those days - unmarried - was just unheard of"
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"I'd like to think there'll be too much of real life going on for me to want to do much acting"
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"I was asked about doing a nude shoot for men's magazine GQ. I thought it was the funniest thing I'd ever heard"
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"I was always someone who lived in the future all the time, it was always the next thing - dreams of escape"
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"I remember Michael saying, 'Rich and famous? It's much better to be just rich'. I didn't quite get it to begin with. But he's right. You lose anonymity. I say to my family that you've no idea until you lose it how precious anonymity is"
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"As soon as I gave birth, it was as if you understand them. They become people, not kids. You start to identify with them. You see yourself in them"
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"It seems that when you get to a certain age you almost give yourself permission to misbehave and say what you think. People allow it, with very old people"
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"I'm more selective now I've got a family. I don't want to work all the time. My daughter's 12; I don't want to miss out on her life. Soon she'll be a teenager; she won't want me around"
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"I think comedy's something you can't learn. It's an instinct, which makes it rather elusive"
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"I don't like being out of the crowd. It's lonely within a group"
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"Everyone comes up to me saying, 'Cooee, Julie! Hello!' as if I know them. Of course I don't bloody know them. Am I flummoxed by it? Sometimes. I think, 'Ooh, love, go easy.' For a time, I did feel this pressure that I had to be funny, but it passes"
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"You can't help but feel a little bit like a mother to the younger cast members"
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"Oh all the time when Victoria Wood and I did our series. There were people asking 'Can women be funny?' People still ask that. It's like asking: 'Can women breathe in and out?'"
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"I didn't come into the business to get awards or titles"
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"I'm writing a novel about two actresses who go to New York, because that's what I know about. One has lost touch with reality, disappears and is picked up by a man"
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"I'm massively talented, and very, very beautiful in person; the public don't really realise that"
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"I couldn't watch Tom and Jerry. The cruelty was too much. I had all these strange images, of tiny animals, all mixed up"


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