Corbin Bernsen - Quotes

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I love working for myself. I've grown to dislike the Hollywood machine. Too much bull, disappointment, and quite frankly, untalented, mindless, and hugely disrespectful people involved in the process. I'll take carrying the load on my back, all the way up Everest if needed, to be able to steer away from it.

I love working for myself. I've grown to dislike the Hollywood machine. Too much bull, disappointment, and quite frankly, untalented, mindless, and hugely disrespectful people involved in the process. I'll take carrying the load on my back, all the way up Everest if needed, to be able to steer away from it.

You can't just take an aspirin and sit around and have 12 donuts and think, 'I took my aspirin so I'm not going to have a heart attack.' It's really important each person take personal responsibility for their health. You can't keep thinking that someone else is going to take care of it. You have to be part of the solution.

You can't just take an aspirin and sit around and have 12 donuts and think, 'I took my aspirin so I'm not going to have a heart attack.' It's really important each person take personal responsibility for their health. You can't keep thinking that someone else is going to take care of it. You have to be part of the solution.

Is there something in my genetic makeup that makes me more at risk for heart disease? I believe there is. My father was the sign. ---->>>

There's nothing like coming home here, having the day off or morning off and going surfing. In Orlando I don't know what I would do. ---->>>

'Christian Mingle' is about a young, modern, single woman. She's trying to achieve it all - a successful career, amazing friends, and finding Mr. Right. She stumbles into the world of online dating looking for an instant 'soul mate solution,' but ultimately ends up taking a personal journey transforming her life.

'Christian Mingle' is about a young, modern, single woman. She's trying to achieve it all - a successful career, amazing friends, and finding Mr. Right. She stumbles into the world of online dating looking for an instant 'soul mate solution,' but ultimately ends up taking a personal journey transforming her life.

I've been working with a holistic specialist, trying to bring my body into balance, and part of making that happen is putting my mom's death into a healthier perspective. I really need to let her go, let her go into the infinite. I can't keep hanging onto this rope that connects us. ---->>>

If you're truthful with yourself and others, forgiveness clears the path to righteousness, to grace. All we want is grace. We all want that light in our lives. And we can only get that when we go deep into truth. ---->>>

'L.A. Law' has been a bit of a blessing and a curse. First of all, it was a very prestigious show that had a lot of intellect, and I was the pretty boy. I've had to battle that my whole career: 'Oh, you were the face guy. You didn't really have to act; you just had to wear the right suits.' I had to battle that. ---->>>

My dad had a stroke. It's one of those life-changing events. It was right around the time I was turning 40. We were doing 'L.A. Law,' and I got this call that my dad was in Rome and had had a stroke. I want to stress that it wasn't a huge stroke, but it was enough to provide a serious wake-up call.

My dad had a stroke. It's one of those life-changing events. It was right around the time I was turning 40. We were doing 'L.A. Law,' and I got this call that my dad was in Rome and had had a stroke. I want to stress that it wasn't a huge stroke, but it was enough to provide a serious wake-up call.

I love to entertain, I love to make people laugh, cry, and move them, perhaps moving them in their lives. ---->>>

I have to say, though, it's a little strange doing both because Durant is very straight and stern and austere. ---->>>

We need a space program because we need explorers. Its in our souls. ---->>>

I don't have a bunch of mates. I don't have a man cave. My wife and I, we are each other's best friend. ---->>>

My mom was on a soap opera for 40 years, so I know about love and romance. ---->>>

None of my films are 'Pollyanna.' They're not little deers walking around with butterflies and stuff. That's not what I do. ---->>>

If we stop exploring space, we're going to lose the same part of us that found vaccines and penicillin, the part that searches for cures to cancer and AIDS. ---->>>

A part of me looks at life from a dismal perspective, not unlike Woody Allen and Larry David. But I don't want to look at life like that. It's bad enough that I have to think it. What works for me is writing against that view. There is God, there is love, there is greatness, there is a plan, and there is beauty. ---->>>

Our goal at Home Theater Films is to inspire and entertain our audience. We want to make great movies that everyone can enjoy and elevate them with contemporary, relatable characters that naturally demonstrate their faith in real world situations. ---->>>

When you walk away from God, and you walk away from Christ, you're basically uprooting the very foundations of being. So I don't think there is an easy way to do that. Even for the guy who becomes an atheist out of it, it's messy. It ain't pretty.

When you walk away from God, and you walk away from Christ, you're basically uprooting the very foundations of being. So I don't think there is an easy way to do that. Even for the guy who becomes an atheist out of it, it's messy. It ain't pretty.

I have a production company called Home Theater Films which makes faith-based films. ---->>>

I saw the excitement, going to different places, being able to explore emotion in a healthy way. ---->>>

I'd like to direct some, act in some of them, and produce. ---->>>

I'm sort of an experimenter; I thought it'd be interesting to play around and see what's there. ---->>>

In daytime, they're doing 50-60 pages a day, whereas nighttime, you do seven or eight. ---->>>

It's a great counter to doing the soap because it's a comedy. It's real physical comedy. ---->>>

It's an addictive thing. It's not so much I like to go win, but it's a rush. ---->>>

I always used to say, as a director, that I could make anybody good in a movie if you found the right part. It all comes down to casting. ---->>>

I'm an actor. It's like being a bricklayer. Sometimes I'm building a little wall, and the next time I'm building a palace. ---->>>

It's not so much I like to go win, but it's a rush. A horrible gut wrenching thing, but it's exciting. ---->>>

Making films has been kind of my way of getting closer to God. ---->>>

Most kids have an innate feeling of the sense of God and spirit. But either we forget about it over time, or we're scared away from it. ---->>>

The lazy part of me would love to do a sitcom where I could work three days a week and make a fortune. ---->>>

The minute my hair went, I shaved it. Thank God it became kind of cool. I just have really big ears. ---->>>

There's nothing wrong with being a capitalistic society, but it's taken the place of faith.

There's nothing wrong with being a capitalistic society, but it's taken the place of faith.

Well, acting was just in me and I tried to avoid it. I didn't want to do what my parents did, you know? ---->>>

Yeah, I think if I were to go again, I'd try to go more on gut feelings and stick with it. I was on to Frederique. I found clues for everything, I found tons of stuff. ---->>>

Everyone talks about reality TV and that there are no roles left. That's false. Years ago, there were three networks. Now there are 20 cable networks and so many ways for films to be exhibited. It's an exciting time for actors, writers, directors, and producers. ---->>>

I always choose to remember the moment that was the best of Jeanne Cooper - those photos where she's in that wild dress triumphantly hoisting up the Emmy the night she finally won the damn thing. She was so proud, so happy. ---->>>

I believe in the goodness of man, and I believe we're all connected and that connection is through God. We have our differences. But if we will recognize that we like each other, that we are more common than uncommon, we will work toward what needs to be done to reconcile that. ---->>>

I'm very much looking forward to my 30-40 years of acting, and, as I get older, I'm really looking forward to some of the roles that are out there to play. ---->>>

I've got a guy in my office that works 24/7 to shut down websites that are putting 'Dead Air' on the net for free - ripping us off. The problem is many people are of the mindset that says, 'If I can watch it for free, I'll watch it.' ---->>>

Most everything I do on a creative level is beyond the fame and money. I sort of work as an actor... and take care of my family and mouths to feed and all of that. I don't really care about fame, but our business means money sometimes and financial success, which I can pass on to my family. ---->>>

My hope is that 'Beyond the Heavens' will encourage people to explore faith, open their mind and go beyond what they think they know. That is what my mother encouraged me to do. I hope to encourage others to do the same through this story. ---->>>

My mom was the center of my support system, that place I always went to talk things through, whether I was feeling joy or fear. She was always there with a huge, open heart and the best advice. ---->>>

'Rust' really started with the passing of my dad, and me really looking back inward to my self about where I stand with all things on a faith/religious/spiritual level. And it's really put me on this interesting road and very educational, I might add, road back to understanding the role of faith in God and Christ in my life. ---->>>

Taking employment out of the country - now that's taking away jobs. These shows employ a lot of people: production, post-production, music supervisors, camera people. A hundred people or more. ---->>>

There's an assumption if you have any faith you vote this way, you vote that way, or you're this, or you're absolutely a conservative, and those just aren't all true. ---->>>

There's something cool, even on a philosophical level, about understanding the bigger picture and exploring faith, if you will, in a very real way. The more you delve into it and give into it, you just have to have faith. The more you invest in faith, wherever it takes you, some of those jagged edges become less sharp. ---->>>

They sent me some tapes of the original Mole and I thought it was pretty intriguing. I'm sort of an experimenter; I thought it'd be interesting to play around and see what's there. It was fun. Turned out to be good. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 09-07, 1954
Birthplace: North Hollywood, California, U.S.
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Occupation: Actor
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Corbin Dean Bernsen (born September 7, 1954) is an American actor and director, known for his work on television. He is known for his roles as divorce attorney Arnold Becker on the NBC drama series L.A. Law, as Dr. Alan Feinstone in The Dentist, as retired police detective Henry Spencer on the USA Network comedy-drama series Psych, and as Roger Dorn in the films Major League, Major League II, and Major League: Back to the Minors (wikipedia)