Diane Lane - Quotes

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I think that anybody that smiles automatically looks better.

I think that anybody that smiles automatically looks better.

It's always refreshing to step into another time.

It's always refreshing to step into another time.

I love the rebelliousness of snail mail, and I love anything that can arrive with a postage stamp. There's something about that person's breath and hands on the letter. ---->>>

I think the secret to happiness is having a Teflon soul. Whatever comes your way, you either let it slide or you cook with it.

I think the secret to happiness is having a Teflon soul. Whatever comes your way, you either let it slide or you cook with it.

I don't want to live in a bubble, in my craft or in the world... I can't, I would be cheating myself out of my generation and the world we live in. ---->>>

I was raised by free-spirited people, though my father gave me a very strong work ethic.

I was raised by free-spirited people, though my father gave me a very strong work ethic.

When I was about seven, I started touring the globe as part of New York's La MaMa theater company - without my parents! ---->>>

For me, going away to work is the hardest part of my life and career. ---->>>

I don't really know how to relate to a long-term day-in day-out kind of comfortable relationship. ---->>>

I grew up loving horses. I was relatively obsessed, starting with my rocking horse at age 2, all the way through my painting and drawing phase.

I grew up loving horses. I was relatively obsessed, starting with my rocking horse at age 2, all the way through my painting and drawing phase.

I wish I could always look like I've just finished a really good laugh. ---->>>

So now I'm left with cigarettes, and I'm trying to scrape that off my shoe and then I'll be done. ---->>>

Sometimes I think opposable thumbs were invented so teenage girls could use text messaging. ---->>>

I loved acting, I started as a child and it is interesting because I didn't compare myself to others that were doing the same thing. I just felt that I needed to stay focused and stay out of trouble. ---->>>

To me, there's no greater reward than being around people you care about and can be present with. ---->>>

You really can't take a cat and turn it into a dog, or try and get lemons off an apple tree, or what have you. ---->>>

Because that's what intimacy is: It's a willingness to be vulnerable, a willingness to bite my tongue and a willingness to set an example of what I believe in. ---->>>

I think that directing is the ultimate martyred task of filmmaking, that it has nobility to it. It takes three years to make a film, for the most part. I think it requires the attentiveness of a mother hen. ---->>>

I think fun is an important part of the entertainment industry, and it should be. Anybody who's not incorporating some of that into their work needs to take a break, go away, and have an attitude adjustment. ---->>>

I want to sit down, and I want to laugh. Nothing works better for me than watching somebody slip on a banana peel. ---->>>

If people knew what made hits they'd make more of them, so to have the illusion of control over one's career isn't something I can even pretend to have. ---->>>

I've found there to be a tremendous amount of East Coast snobbery in the journalism world. ---->>>

Independent films have a very different cachet than success films. ---->>>

I have just enough attention to feel glamorous and important. ---->>>

But I do love horses. They are such an expression of joy. ---->>>

For me, I don't even like to promote my films but I have to because it's in the fine print of my contract. ---->>>

I feel like I'm the most forgiven actress I can think of, probably because of this short memory people have! ---->>>

Well, I can fake my way around some things, but I don't think I would be good at betting. ---->>>

I like someone who's suffered from both sides. ---->>>

I love my work, but there is no price you can put on what you miss when you are away from your kids. ---->>>

I'm not a bad parent and partner, even if I make a thousand mistakes. ---->>>

My roles are in some way like children to me. You don't ever really want to scrape one off your shoe. ---->>>

You can't get work without working. ---->>>

Because I tend to kind of hide under the sheets when it comes to reality television. I've seen probably one episode of maybe five different shows, and that's about it. ---->>>

Americans are like Pac Man. We just eat our way through the day. There's always something going into the mouth. ---->>>

Catholics have guilt and Jews have guilt, fine. But mothers can trump them all. ---->>>

I'm fascinated by how Hollywood has changed since I started. Today it's about immediate delivery. There's less risk and less art. ---->>>

I try not to be overly analytical. ---->>>

The industry's memory is quite short, it's true. ---->>>

Well, I didn't really admit that I anywhere until my daughter started school and I knew I couldn't pull up and leave when I felt like it. ---->>>

I've always had this unresolved desire to prove that I could get a Ph.D., or contribute something else to the world. ---->>>

It's nice to have a pause to parent and to be more present at home, teaching them how to drive cars and navigate boys and all this sort of thing. ---->>>

More yoga in the world is what we need. ---->>>

When I really young yet feeling very old, I offered up a lot of myself to the press; I knew it was good copy. ---->>>

When I was growing up in New York City, my father was a taxi driver for a time. ---->>>

I can tell you that, you know, when I went to my first movie premiere, it was my own movie, and I wore the best jeans I had and my favorite top. You know, I made sure my hair had some wave in it because I braided it the night before myself. ---->>>

I don't know what it is, exactly, but there's a negative drag on film sets after the second week or so, a mutinous vibe because the infinite capacities of the directors and everybody else become quite finite and everybody's under the gun and it becomes work. ---->>>

Every film is its own experience, its own planet, its own family. It seems infinite when you're working on it, and then it's suddenly very finite, and it's done. ---->>>

When I was 12, all I wanted was to be good at school, and to do something admirable, something you can't take away from me because I'm not popular or beautiful enough. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 01-02, 1965
Birthplace: New York City, New York, U.S.
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Occupation: Actress
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Diane Lane (born January 22, 1965) is an American actress. Born and raised in New York City, Lane made her screen debut in George Roy Hill's 1979 film A Little Romance, starring opposite Sir Laurence Olivier. Soon after, she was featured on the cover of Time magazine and dubbed "the new Grace Kelly" (wikipedia)