Jamie Bell - Quotes

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I actually don't mind rats at all. I kind of think they're quite cute, but that's just me.

I actually don't mind rats at all. I kind of think they're quite cute, but that's just me.

New York is full of crazy people, and I like that. ---->>>

I sympathize with every kitchen porter. ---->>>

I have, I think, eight mentors. It's crazy, but I need them. They are all really important to me. They keep me grounded and advise me. ---->>>

I never had a father figure so I never missed it. ---->>>

I'll tell you what I hate - bands like My Chemical Romance. ---->>>

I'm a hard-mouthed northeastern lad. That's me - the Eminem of Northeast England. ---->>>

My favourite superhero is obviously Batman because he's the sexiest. But I can't imagine myself as Batman. ---->>>

I go into meetings with some film-makers and they literally have nothing to say, they're almost bored by their own material. I'd rather work with people who are very passionate and very animated about what they want to do. People who just want to tell stories. ---->>>

I lost my mind at 15. I'd been shown a world where there were no boundaries, where everyone gave me all the power. And I was like, 'This is great!' Then that was gone. But I was like, 'Yeah, but I still want that.' I'd lost my humble, very quiet, introverted sensibilities which I think I definitely had as a kid. ---->>>

You just have to surround yourself with people who are going to support and love you before trying to sell you as a product, or push you into something you don't want to do. ---->>>

Dancing is like riding a bike.

Dancing is like riding a bike.

I don't think many people can say they've been the lead in a Spielberg film and still been able to live their normal life that they had before. ---->>>

I don't think there's a lot of actors out there right now who really know what they're doing at all. ---->>>

I think documentary filmmaking is a braver way to make films because it's real, and you're really there. ---->>>

I think everyone still thinks I'm 13. ---->>>

I'm awkward around girls. ---->>>

Inner demons? Got none of them.

Inner demons? Got none of them.

Surfing isn't really in my blood. It's hard to catch a big wave in Billingham. ---->>>

Tap dancing is all about the feet; you put your head down and don't really engage with anything but the rhythm in your head. ---->>>

Well, I am obsessive about my work. I throw myself in all the way. ---->>>

I love the old Fred Astaire and Gene Kelly movies; they're so beautiful to look at. It's such a shame we don't make them anymore. Although, I don't know how you could make tap dancing current and topical. ---->>>

Every interview I do, it's basically 'how did he do it,' and I owe it all to my representation, and my manager is basically like my mother, she's so picky. ---->>>

I hate the stereotype of the pitfalls of the child actor. There are so many amazing examples - Natalie Portman, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Jodie Foster, Drew Barrymore - of people who have made it through. ---->>>

I've just been blessed to work with these really great people. ---->>>

I had teen angst for a while, but I think every teenager has the angst. ---->>>

I don't take any photographs. I travel a lot by myself, and I feel weird taking photos on my own.

I don't take any photographs. I travel a lot by myself, and I feel weird taking photos on my own.

I excelled in English while I was at school. ---->>>

I look at my contemporaries, and we're all at different stages and levels, and all choosing different routes, different ways to do things. ---->>>

I love documentaries. It's actually my favorite medium of film. ---->>>

I never really sympathised with Peter Parker. ---->>>

I tap dance. ---->>>

I wanted to be a journalist for a long time. ---->>>

I'm no good at the one-liner thing. It's just not me. ---->>>

I'm very good at meeting people, very outgoing. ---->>>

I've got lots of weird illustrations of me from Japanese fans. ---->>>

If you have created an image of yourself at 13 and it is still with you at 17, it needs to be dropped. ---->>>

It's hard to incorporate dance into movies I think. ---->>>

Music is pretty therapeutic.

Music is pretty therapeutic.

My characters are often without a significant parental figure. ---->>>

You don't miss what you never had. ---->>>

What's weird is that I work with these directors and then I start channeling them. I kind of turn into them a bit - which is cool when you're working with Clint Eastwood. ---->>>

Everyone is slowly catching on to this one - and I know everyone says this - but we need to make a little more effort with the environment. Everyone says they turn off their lights, but do they really? ---->>>

I often find the smaller, independent films are much more rewarding than the bigger stuff, but you do the bigger stuff because it's a business, and you've got to show your face a bit, get yourself around. ---->>>

Indiana Jones is very much an old-world kind of hero. He doesn't really have any kind of superpower or rely on any kind of technology to help him out of things. ---->>>

We're kind of in a voyeuristic world. We have TV shows that are all about watching people do weird things in houses. People are obsessed with that. There's live coverage of it. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: English
Born: 03-14, 1986
Birthplace: Billingham, Stockton-on-Tees, County Durham, England
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Occupation: Actor
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Andrew James Matfin Bell (born 14 March 1986) is an English actor and dancer who rose to prominence for his debut role in Billy Elliot (2000) for which he won the BAFTA for Best Actor in a Leading Role. He is also known for his roles in the films King Kong (2005), Jumper (2008), The Adventures of Tintin (2011), and Snowpiercer (2013), as well as starring as Abraham Woodhull in the TV series, Turn: Washington's Spies (2014) (wikipedia)