Nobody wants to end up super rich and famous - but divorced. I'm always clear on that and try to stay on the right side of the line.
There is no fulfillment in things whatsoever. And I think one of the reasons that depression reigns supreme amongst the rich and famous is some of them thought that maybe those things would bring them happiness. But what, in fact, does is having a cause, having a passion. And that's really what gives life's true meaning.
I don't feel famous and I didn't want my autobiography to be like a Paris Hilton story.
When you see a fantastic colour or cut in a magazine, perched up on some famous so-and-so's head, it's tempting to ask your stylist for the same, but do not be fooled. The hair in those fancy photos can be very high maintenance.
I was never very interested in boys - and there were plenty of them - vying with one another to see how many famous women they would get into the hay.
I wanted to be famous for my music and my talent, and I always wished I could cut it out when I left the stage.
One of the downsides of being famous is that folks pay far more attention to you than they should. American celebrities are constantly under surveillance, and every word they say is subject to scrutiny. So, be careful what you wish for if you desire fame. No human being should be a goldfish.
Jesus of Nazareth was the most famous human being who ever lived on this planet, and he had no infrastructure, and it's never been done. He had no government, no PR guy, no money, no structure. He had nothing, yet he became the most famous human being ever.
Public misbehavior by the famous is a powerful teaching tool.
Wanting to be an actor and wanting to be famous are different.