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I know it sounds hokey but I think, ultimately, on television you can’t hide who you are.
That is a big danger, losing your inspiration. When I work in film and television I try to do each take a little differently. I never want to do the same thing twice, because then you’re not being spontaneous, you’re just recreating something.
That is the thing I’m most grateful for in this industry to be able to spin in those different mediums, with television, film and the stage – at this stage of the game.
I do not watch television, never have.
I’m not going to be rockin’ n’ rollin’ when I’m 50 years old. But you can be in your prime on television, compose songs, or write a Broadway play when you’re 50.
Any woman can be a siren one minute and in pigtails the next. I am a very complex person with more than just the one facet that television played on.
The whole idea of television news or any kind of news is to inform people about things they need to know about.
Working on a film is so great because you have the luxury of more time when you’re on a movie than when you’re on television.
On the morning of September 11th, I was literally about 18 blocks from the World Trade Center. I witnessed in person what a lot of people witnessed in person, but what the world really saw on the television screen, I saw it with my own eyes that morning.
I will be able to look back on my teen years as spent on a television set just having the biggest bunch of fun.
I’d like to see the Olympics live. I’ve only watched it on television.
I’m never at my best on television. There’s a row of cameras between you and the audience, and it’s very weird, very confusing.
For thousands and thousands of American kids, libraries are the only safe place they can find to study, a haven free from the dangers of street or the numbing temptations of television. As schools cut back services, the library looms even more important to countless children.
Look at the declining television coverage. Look at the declining voting rate. Economics and economic news is what moves the country now, not politics.
I think its going to be continually tougher on the big networks as more cable channels do really interesting television. The big networks have a choice to make: Do we try to be all things to all people and get the shows that will deliver 20 million viewers a week? Are we the McDonald’s of television? Or are we going to try to be more specific?