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Bryce Dallas Howard Quotes

Bryce Dallas Howard

Bryce Dallas Howard quotes: the actress keeps it 100.

“Creativity is all around us, and some of the funniest, most beautiful, and touching moments happen when you least expect it.”

“I feel that every single thing you do in life, you give a piece of your soul, and I want to be responsible with that.”

“You do your best and sometimes you win ’em over and sometimes you don’t.”

“It’s really about connecting to your own humanity and your own behaviors, and getting to a level of self-awareness so that you can have perspective and step outside of yourself and transform.”

“The work that we do is so tricky because it rests on our shoulders, but it’s also collaborative and part of it is trusting the people that you’re working with.”

“My dad is the most humble man on the planet. I don’t know how many roles I can ask my dad to play in my life, but so far, father, best friend, role model, mentor and grandfather to my children are working out quite well.”

“Ours was a loving, nurturing household, but, at the same time, my parents’ goal was to make all their children self-sufficient.”

“My mom always told me one of the reasons that she was really happy in her life was that, if dad never worked again, she was confident that she could support the family.”

“My parents taught me many of the things that people need in life to feel confident: practical things, such as managing finances, mucking out the goat barn, cleaning a house, doing repairs, mending a broken roof or a toilet.”

“I want to be a good example for my son. That’s the best way to parent: to be the example of what you want to see in them. That’s definitely how my parents parented and how my grandparents parented. And it works.”

“There’s a lot of wisdom that my dad and my grandparents and my uncle have been able to impart on me, and what I’ve treasured the most is I’ve seen examples in my life of people embracing their creativity, not feeling insecure about their artistic inclinations.”

“I feel like I almost didn’t grow up in the business, because my parents worked so hard at sheltering us from that. I was raised in Connecticut. And I honestly wasn’t aware that my dad was a celebrity until I moved to Los Angeles a year ago.”

“Looking back, I can see how there are challenges for any working parent. My mom was a stay-at-home mom and that was really challenging too. I think it’s hard to be a parent and it’s complicated and there are a lot of difficult decisions that you make for your child and for yourself and for your family.”

“I’m drawn toward filmmakers who have a very distinctive voice. I really appreciate people who push themselves and, therefore, push the medium forward.”

“I didn’t always want to act. My passion was writing, and it still is one of my primary passions to this day, but it wasn’t until high school when I started acting in plays that it became a thought of something I might want to do. And when I applied to colleges, at NYU, I was able to study both writing and acting.”

“What I do is not go outside. My hobby is that I write, so if I’m not acting or being a mom, I’m writing.”

“I enrolled back in film school and did a million and a half workshops and worked with great professors and people, trying to hopefully get better.”

“I felt very comfortable on a set—incredibly comfortable on a set—which is a real gift because that can be hugely intimidating.”

“I’ve always had the perspective that roles come into my life when I need them most and sort of teach me lessons. The same can be true of films: films are released into society to aid in a lesson, inspire people, comfort people.”

“Right now as an artist, what I want to do is be a part of works that are unignorable. I couldn’t be less interested in how people receive it, honestly. As long as it’s unignorable.”

“I’ve learned to think in terms of having a long career. Actors can have very long careers that last until the day we die, but there will be moments when you’ll feel like you’re a failure or when you’re disappointed in yourself.”

“I definitely hope that I’m improving. If I’m not, there’s a problem; I’m just coasting.”

“My greatest dream is to work with my dad someday as an actress.”

“I’m very conventional compared to my parents.”

“As a teenager, I was perpetually grounded. I was stubborn rather than rebellious.”

“Telling everyone I wanted to go into forensic anthropology was my form of rebellion.”

“I’m very sturdy and very proud of it.”

“Girls can do anything, for sure.”

“I’m definitely not very insecure, but I have perfectionist tendencies, and I’ll want things to be a certain way.”

“Do I wish I had never endured postpartum depression? Absolutely. But to deny the experience is to deny who I am.”

“Getting to have an opportunity to tell a story that is about mental illness and how it affects one’s self and one’s community was really something that really meant a lot to me.”

Social media is a performance like any other form of entertainment, and acknowledging that is important.”

“I try to focus moment to moment on being an aware, responsible, contributive member of society. You see trash on the ground, pick it up!”

“In the culture we live in, there’s this pervasive, shared agreement that there’s a certain body type to admire, and it isn’t actually based on anything real or substantive.”

“I feel like it’s a subversive thing which keeps women preoccupied with something that doesn’t matter, and takes up a lot of space, and prevents people from what they’re meant to be doing.”

“I try to go with the flow and have faith that everything is going to work out.”

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