Hard Work Men Quotes for Workaholics

My dad is such a good man, hard-working.

Obviously, education is hugely important, along with healthcare. They’re the basics and you’re hurting your own country if you don’t pour money into them.

I’m not a show-off; I’m not an exhibitionist.

I think when you're

I think when you’re an actor and you’re drawing on your emotions all the time, you need to be quite steady.

As an actor, you always want to keep it different, change it up, and, you know, just to keep yourself inspired and work with interesting characters.

I love actresses who are brave and don’t do what’s expected of them or don’t play off how they look or take risks.

I’d prefer to go under the radar and just do the acting without being famous for it.

I’ve no wish to appear in celebrity magazines.

You put yourself on tape as an actor a lot – and you send them off, they go out into the ether, and you have no idea what’s going to come back, or when.

My personal life, my normal life, is so important to me. To be able to go back to my personal life and leave characters behind is important; I don’t keep them with me.

At my school,

At my school, Shakespeare wasn’t on the syllabus – at least not for me.

I’m not temperamentally into high comedy. I’m not a Noel Coward kind of girl.

Theatre is where my heart is. It’s where I can do my best work. And even if I do films and TV, that’s what I want to come back to.

When I was younger, I used to write to directors when I was unsure I could play a role. I’d say: ‘You’ve made a terrible mistake.’

It’s lovely to work with a group of actors who make you laugh and smile.

We live in a celebrity-obsessed society.

The reason I act is because I’m trying to understand why people are as they are.

Acting has always

Acting has always been such escapism for me.

I’m a theater actress. I love rehearsal. I could have six weeks of rehearsal and think it’s not enough. But on film, you don’t get that luxury.

I’m a theater actress. I love rehearsal. I could have six weeks of rehearsal and think it’s not enough. But on film, you don’t get that luxury.

When it comes to my work, I’m fearless. I go with my gut.

Being at the pinnacle of my career is not to turn up in some multiplex blockbuster.

The British theatre and establishment is so hard to penetrate, and there are so many talented people involved in it. So, to be counted among some of those actresses… It doesn’t get better than that.

I need someone who understands an artist’s mentality. I couldn’t be with someone who wouldn’t let me have my freedom.

I'd love to work on

I’d love to work on a real girl piece with some fabulous actresses. I feel like I’ve worked with so many men.

I don’t want to be doing fashion shoots and being interviewed about where I shop. Who cares?

I act because I have to, because I need to find out whether I can do it or not – that’s what drives me and excites me and lights me up.

My family believe you should never be flashy about anything. Maybe that handicapped me a little bit, that extreme humility.

There is a part of me that is not fulfilled by acting. It is a self-involved life; it can feel shallow, but not very often.

Women do well in their thirties. They put their bags down and say, ‘This is who I am – like it or lump it.’ There is a more relaxed quality, which I like.