Facts about Stephen Rea

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Stephen Rea is a famous Actor from Ireland, he is still alive and was born October 31, 1946.

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He is born under the zodiac scorpio, who is known for Transient, Self-Willed, Purposeful, Unyielding. Our collection contains 20 quotes who is written / told by Stephen.

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Famous quotes by Stephen Rea (20)


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"You have to know who you are, if you don't you have nightmares"
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"The Butcher Boy is a very great novel indeed and a very important Irish novel. The ambiguity of that is, he's writing a book about an appalling situation and he does it in a hilarious way"
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"I'm enjoying it, but I still don't know why I'm hooked on acting"
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"That was the beginning of modern acting for me. You don't have to tell a camera everything. It gets bored if you do and wants to look elsewhere"
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"I've been worked over by the English press because there's an assumption that my politics are identical with my wife's, and for that matter that my wife's politics are identical with her politics of 20 years ago"
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"I don't feel ashamed of my wife's political background, and I don't think she should either. I feel that the people who administered the North of Ireland for the last 20 years should be ashamed. There you are"
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"I believe some people in this business suffer from fame because they behave in a famous fashion"
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"Angel was the first Irish feature film. Neil's first movie and my first movie"
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"The worst thing for an actor is a director that gets on your nerves and says things that actually confuse you"
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"People ask me to smile for the camera, but somehow it always comes out gloomy"
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"At this moment, when Ireland seems about to break into something new, we thought it was worth looking back at a time when people seemed to have found a way out of the sectarian division of the country"
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"People often refer to my career before The Crying Game as something which led up to that point. But I was very fulfilled in what I was doing"
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"I've never been in a bad play. There might have been bad productions and I might have been bad in them, but I've never been in a play that wasn't interesting or worthwhile doing on some level"
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"I think great art is always ambiguous and can't be pinned down"
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"I didn't want to be seen as just a guy on a list. I'm interested in good scripts, scripts that are about something, scripts that move your acting along"
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"My kids act all the time and it's exactly what I used to do"
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"I have never been to a brothel. I don't think I could go into one"
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"I am afraid of death, scared by it. I already don't know whether I exist or not. So dying really terrifies me"
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"At least when you're acting you can be someone. In front of the camera you have to be yourself. And who am I?"
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"Acting is way of making yourself exist"


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