Danny Aiello - Quotes

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I need distractions. Good distractions, not bad ones. A good distraction for me is a great play.

I need distractions. Good distractions, not bad ones. A good distraction for me is a great play.

I fell in love with the most beautiful girl in the Bronx. ---->>>

There was certainly less profanity in the Godfather than in the Sopranos. There was a kind of respect. It's not that I totally agreed with it, but it was a great piece of art. ---->>>

Look, people have an image of Italians. When I go somewhere in the world, I don't care where it is, when they look at me it's not about my intelligence. It's who can I beat up.

Look, people have an image of Italians. When I go somewhere in the world, I don't care where it is, when they look at me it's not about my intelligence. It's who can I beat up.

We talk about Hollywood being pro-labor, yet about 70% of our industry has been farmed out to Canada, meaning we are losing jobs like crazy. Where's organized labor asking how we can allow such a thing to happen? ---->>>

My father was a good man, but he was a con man. He was a wanderer, nomadic. ---->>>

An album is such a personal thing. It's something I always wanted to do. It's me doing me, singing as me. ---->>>

If I didn't start singing in the cabarets and on my albums, I could have never even tried something like 'Capone.' ---->>>

People call me an instinctive actor. I used to consider that an insult early on, only because I had never studied. Now... I love it. ---->>>

Death can't be so bad if mom went through it. It makes it easier for the child to follow. ---->>>

My mother was the total influence. My father was what we call a nomadic person; he was a wanderer. ---->>>

My entire family were Democrats all our lives. But because how furious I was about the previous administration, I turned in my card to become a Republican. I did not want to be known as a Democrat under that person's regime. ---->>>

People have an image of Italians. When I go somewhere in the world, I don't care where it is, when they look at me it's not about my intelligence. It's who can I beat up. ---->>>

I was 40 when I did my first movie. ---->>>

I don't know anyone who curses the way they do on the Sopranos. Not in an Italian household. I never said the word hell in front of my mother. ---->>>

I'm a traditionalist. I have certain values I live by. ---->>>

If I stunk for some reason, you can always blame it on the character. ---->>>

The choreographer for the Milton Berle show wanted me to audition. I walked away from that. ---->>>

At some point in my life, before I was gone, I wanted to make an album, even if it was for no reason other than posterity. ---->>>

I have sons, and they have never said the word hell in front of me or my wife. That's the truth. ---->>>

I used to make up stories about my father. I would go to the movies and look for a character who looked like my father. ---->>>

I was just so blatantly shy throughout my life. ---->>>

My father never saw me play ball, and I was an outstanding ballplayer. I missed all that adoration. ---->>>

You don't have to be worried about labeling me. ---->>>

My father was never around. It was almost as if he didn't exist. I would tell my friends he was in Cleveland, on business. Sometimes, every six months or so, he would come by for dinner. ---->>>

Biography

Danny Aiello profile (danny-aiello.jpg)
Nationality: American
Born: 06-20, 1933
Birthplace: Manhattan, New York, U.S.
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Occupation: Actor

Daniel Louis Aiello Jr. (; born June 20, 1933) is an American actor who has appeared in numerous motion pictures, including The Godfather: Part II (1974), The Front (1976), Once Upon a Time in America (1984), The Purple Rose of Cairo (1985), Moonstruck (1987), Hudson Hawk (1991), Ruby (1992), Léon: The Professional (1994), 2 Days in the Valley (1996), Dinner Rush (2000) and Lucky Number Slevin (2006) (wikipedia)