Different Roles Quotes by Ayelet Zurer, Kellan Lutz, Mammootty, Adama Traore, Michael Moriarty, Abhishek Bachchan and many others.
There’s no such thing as too late. There are different roles for different ages, assuming an actress has something to offer. There aren’t many Helen Mirrens and Meryl Steeps, and it takes a lot of talent to get to that level. I hope I have it. That’s the model I aspire to if I’m lucky enough. It’s all about luck.
I am very picky with my career. I don’t need to do it for the money or the fame. I’m very choosy, which is why I haven‘t played the typical role that people expect to see from someone of my stature and size, as the mean jock or the preppy. It’s very easy to see me like that. That’s why I go against it in different roles.
As far as the lack of hits goes, I think perhaps it’s because I’ve played a lot of different roles and have not created a persona that the public can latch on to. I have played everything from psychopathic killers to romantic leading men, and in picking such diverse roles I have avoided typecasting.
As an actor, you always have aspirations to play different roles.
I’ve always wanted to demonstrate a variety of different roles when I act and do different projects and not ever do one of the same.
I am lucky to get different roles.
What I love about my job is challenging myself and finding weird, different roles.
I admire actors that consistently challenge themselves and play a wide range of different roles. Every actor has a reason for being an actor… it’s boring to play the same person over and over again. People like Daniel Day Lewis, who completely transform time and time again, I look up to.
What I have come to realize over the twenty years when I have worked in different roles as a legislator is that no legislation is as good as the enforcement of it.
Playing character roles gives me the freedom to try out different roles, including negative ones or elderly ones. When one is playing the lead role, clearly there are limitations and responsibilities.
I was doing well for myself and wanted to play different roles and not just be happy portraying glamorous characters.
As a performer, I want to push my boundaries and try different roles.
Generally, I look forward to doing different roles and I am game for challenges.
M&A at Microsoft is a team sport for the senior leadership group. They’re all involved in it, and we all play different roles. My role is the first centralized business development role at Microsoft.
There is more for women in terms of character roles now. Judi Dench and Maggie Smith have constantly changed over the years and challenged themselves with different roles. That’s impressive.
I’m always trying to look for different roles.
I try to avoid typecasting by doing different roles.
I just wanted to get out there and do different roles and try new things.
I want to do roles that will challenge me. I’m definitely interested in period pieces. But I definitely don’t want to limit myself. I’m very open to different roles.
We are all multidimensional and kind of have dual personalities. Everyone puts on different roles depending on what circumstances they’re in without even noticing that they do that.
While training is important to fine-tune one’s skill set, in my case, the exhaustive theatre experience and the grind of rehearsals ensured an easy transition into different roles.
I would not want compliments that ‘I can do different roles’. I want compliments that whatever I did, I did nicely. That’s how I see acting.
I want everyone to understand that as an actor you need to be able to play different roles, be versatile even in terms of your personality.
I have tried to look different and play different roles through my life because I am passionate about my work.
After doing so many different roles, if you don’t stretch yourself, there’s no excitement left.
I am obsessed with the idea of transformation. I have been very lucky so far to play very different roles – and I would love for that to continue.
I have always tried to make life interesting for myself by doing different roles that connect mainstream cinema with its offbeat counterpart.
Some days I want to look like a hipster kid, and then other days I want to be prim and proper. I really wish I had, like, seven lives so I could go from being a hipster one day to a punk the next. But that’s the great thing about fashion. In a way, it’s like acting, because you can try on all these different roles.
If you join a growth organization, you’ll likely do different things in different roles throughout your career. It’s excellent to learn and build with others. You’ll meet people you want to work with.
I love to play different roles. That’s just the kind of actor I am.
I’ve pitched in a lot of different roles in my career. I’ve been the middle-inning guy. I’ve been a lefty matchup guy. I’ve closed. I’ve kind of done a little bit of everything.