Eric Mabius - Quotes

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You do have to follow your heart, otherwise you're living a false life.

You do have to follow your heart, otherwise you're living a false life.

Being able to laugh at a situation can help you hang on to your perspective. And there's an intimacy in laughter that nothing else can come close to. ---->>>

I can tell women's confidence levels rise when they wear heels. ---->>>

I didn't date my wife in high school, but she was definitely by far the coolest woman there. She was definitely the most beautiful, but she also marched to the beat of her own drummer. I was in New Orleans 10 years after high school and my friend played matchmaker with us, and that's kind of how we got together. ---->>>

If a woman is bed-heady and it doesn't look put on, it's pretty sexy. But when a woman is wearing a really smart dress with great heels and her hair is pulled back, that's terribly sexy too - like an Audrey Hepburn kind of thing. ---->>>

A lot of actors are perfectionists, besides merely being egotists. ---->>>

Overall, women are a lot more fun to work with than a bunch of men. ---->>>

When I watch films or tv that I've done, I get very restless and tend to not sit still. ---->>>

I think that when you've only lived 17 years, you don't have, you haven't had a full canon of experiences, so every moment that you have here feels like the last moment in the world, because you've only had a handful of whatever those moments are. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 04-22, 1971
Birthplace: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, U.S.
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Occupation: Actor
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Eric Harry Timothy Mabius (born April 22, 1971) is an American actor. Born in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, he graduated from Sarah Lawrence College, Bronxville with a degree in cinema studies. After working in theater productions, Mabius made his film debut in the 1995 dark comedy Welcome to the Dollhouse (wikipedia)