If you asked me for my New Year Resolution, it would be to find out who I am.
Acting is the most brotherly and sisterly profession in the world.
Theatre has no national identity. It is something for the world, whether it is Irish, English, or French.
I have been on my own all my life except during those touring days.
They say 6 million people see you when you act in a film; it may only be 600 in a play. But the effect on the 600 may be truer and more lasting.
One's performance is often heightened by the brilliance and generosity of other actors.
Religion promotes the divine discontent within oneself, so that one tries to make oneself a better person and draw oneself closer to God.
The actor has a constant problem of personal identity.
The relationship with a live audience seems to me to count for more.
Simple stories... emerge as lovely films or television pieces.
I am a nationalist... my native soil is the theatre.
I am basically a religious man.
I love the theatre and theatre people.
In my younger years my dedication may have expressed itself egotistically.
I was rather a fat little boy.
I have tried to explore the little talent I have for writing.
To maintain one's individuality, integrity, and true personality in the theatre is a big task.