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But when you're a celebrity, you discover that you're no longer the pursuer, but the one being pursued. That's one of the disappointments I have had since becoming a single man.

But when you're a celebrity, you discover that you're no longer the pursuer, but the one being pursued. That's one of the disappointments I have had since becoming a single man.

Basically, my life is so boring, it's embarrassing.

Basically, my life is so boring, it's embarrassing.

Women are frightening. If you get to 41 as a man, you're quite battle-scarred.

Women are frightening. If you get to 41 as a man, you're quite battle-scarred.

I'm a laugh tart. I make no secret of that fact. ---->>>

And I particularly like the whole thing of being boss. Boss and employee... It's the slave quality that I find very alluring. ---->>>

I quite like Pilates now. I have a Pilates girl in every city. ---->>>

I'm horrible in the mornings. I'm grumpy. ---->>>

I had Courtney Love's left bosom out of her dress on my plate in front of me. It was extraordinary. I didn't know where to look. ---->>>

For any new technology there is always controversy and there always some fear associated with it. I think that's just the price of being first sometimes. ---->>>

If you have a smothering parent, the effect it can apparently have on a child is to give them, in equal doses, a sense of too much self-esteem, because they are mummy's little princess or prince, and low self-esteem. It affects future relationships.

If you have a smothering parent, the effect it can apparently have on a child is to give them, in equal doses, a sense of too much self-esteem, because they are mummy's little princess or prince, and low self-esteem. It affects future relationships.

And film acting is incredibly tedious, just by its nature. It's incredibly, mind numbingly slow.

And film acting is incredibly tedious, just by its nature. It's incredibly, mind numbingly slow.

I couldn't put my hand on my heart and say I think that being in a relationship is a natural state for a human being. ---->>>

I don't have any particular burning desire to go back to being cuddly. Not really. ---->>>

I don't think there's much point in putting me a deep, dark, heavy, emotional film because there are people who do it so much better than I do. ---->>>

You know everyone loves to be the villain. ---->>>

My laziness is really profound. I'm really interested in where it comes from - it almost feels chemical. And we've all got ADD now, short attention span and all that. ---->>>

The truth is, I'd never seen a Cary Grant film. Since then I have watched his stuff and it's astounding, but I don't see any similarity between us. Except for the fact that I'm told he used to wear ladies' underwear, which is something I also do.

The truth is, I'd never seen a Cary Grant film. Since then I have watched his stuff and it's astounding, but I don't see any similarity between us. Except for the fact that I'm told he used to wear ladies' underwear, which is something I also do.

I think that's the whole point of Bridget Jones. It's all about that it's okay to fail. ---->>>

I find it hard to understand why Scorsese has never called. You know, given the natural menace I bring to the screen. ---->>>

I'm a terrible vacillator; I can be sure of something one day and change my mind the next. ---->>>

It's very rare in life to be sure about something - particularly when it's an issue. ---->>>

With 2 movies opening this summer, I have no relaxing time at all. Whatever I have is spent in a drunken stupor. ---->>>

But I just know from experience that accent wise, even if you're an accent genius, crossing the Atlantic is the hardest thing in the world either way. ---->>>

Most actors really love it, that's what they want to do. They burn to do it. And so they'll read a script and think, that's an interesting part. And because they love acting, that blinds them to the fact that the rest of it is pretentious nonsense, which it very often is. ---->>>

At home, I hardly ever leave London. I don't like the countryside in England. ---->>>

I think maybe in a way it gets worse because you come in with a real reputation and they've paid you lots of money and all that. ---->>>

I'm such a chronic relativist, I can't hold down a strong opinion about many things long enough. ---->>>

Strangely enough I'm better on a stage. I love that I feel like I blossom in front of a whole bunch of people. ---->>>

The moral of filmmaking in Britain is that you will be screwed by the weather. ---->>>

The only reason my work seems to be eclectic up to a certain period is because I was a failure as an actor. ---->>>

As it is, I have a limited range as an actor - light comedy. I have never been a fan of romantic comedies, and yet that is what I have ended up mostly doing. ---->>>

I cling to the fantasy that I could have done something more creative. Like actually writing a script, or writing a book. But the awful truth is that I... probably can't!

I cling to the fantasy that I could have done something more creative. Like actually writing a script, or writing a book. But the awful truth is that I... probably can't!

I think I'm rather young and sprightly, but then you see pictures of yourself and think, 'Who is that old man?' and I realise I'm not as young as I thought I was. ---->>>

I'm quite proud of some of the films I've done, but less for the acting than for the fact that they're unpretentious and entertaining. I'm proud of having made unpretentious choices. ---->>>

Japanese women have always loved my films, even when no one else did. Ever since I made 'Maurice' in the 1980s, I've been getting hundreds of letter from Japanese girls. They definitely have a special place in my heart. ---->>>

The reason I turn down 99% of a hundred, I mean a thousand, scripts is because romantic comedies are often very romantic but seldom very funny. ---->>>

I have no doubt that I'd be a marvelous father. Maybe not when they're tiny, but when they're a little bit older, I think I'd be rather good. ---->>>

I look at life and I see some very happy relationships, but I also see the vast majority as not being that happy. ---->>>

I'm very unrelaxed doing a newspaper interview. ---->>>

Neither Elizabeth or I are keen to do a real-life couple on the screen. It's not very electric. ---->>>

Plus, teaching brings home to you very fast that you actually know nothing. I didn't realize that before. ---->>>

When I think about actors I know, I'd much rather hear about who they're shagging than what film they're doing next. ---->>>

I don't particularly like babies. I don't mind them for about four minutes. That's my max. After that I can't quite see what everyone's fussing about. ---->>>

Well, you know I have an office, my film offices. So I know that syndrome. I fancy offices, so there must be something wrong with me. Even the window cleaner intrigues me. It's a very sexy environment. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: English
Born: 09-09, 1960
Birthplace: Hammersmith, London, England
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Occupation: Actor
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Hugh John Mungo Grant (born 9 September 1960) is an English actor and film producer. Grant has received a Golden Globe, a BAFTA, and an Honorary C├ęsar for his work. His films have earned more than US$2.4 billion from 25 theatrical releases worldwide. Grant first received attention after earning the Volpi Cup for his performance in James Ivory's Maurice (1987) but achieved international success after appearing in the Richard Curtis-scripted Four Weddings and a Funeral (1994) (wikipedia)