June Squibb - Quotes

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My whole thing is, I collect what I know I want to read, and I have certain bookshelves in my bedroom that contain all the books I haven't read yet.

My whole thing is, I collect what I know I want to read, and I have certain bookshelves in my bedroom that contain all the books I haven't read yet.

To make money in New York, you have to add gigs when starting out, so while I was acting quite a bit, I would do modeling. ---->>>

I always made a decent living. ---->>>

I am an avid reader. ---->>>

I loved New York. I made enough money and studied acting with Kenneth McMillan, which was my first formal training. ---->>>

I was born and grew up in Vandalia, Illinois, a small town of about 6,000. It was farm country, and this was the little county seat. ---->>>

I've been involved in all the different awards shows. Apparently, what I wear becomes important. ---->>>

New York, oh my God, in my early 20s. I felt, this is home, this is really where I belong. ---->>>

The thing I always thought of myself as was an actress. I never thought: 'I want to be.' It was always: 'I am.' ---->>>

I had three influential teachers. The first was Uta Hagen. The second two, Bobby Lewis and my late husband, Charles Kakatsakis, were both from the Actors Studio. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 11-06, 1929
Birthplace: Vandalia, Illinois, U.S.
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Occupation: Actress
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June Louise Squibb (born November 6, 1929) is an American actress. She played supporting characters in various films, such as Alice, Scent of a Woman, The Age of Innocence, In & Out and Far from Heaven. Squibb appeared on Broadway for the original production of Gypsy. She also starred in two Alexander Payne films, including About Schmidt and Nebraska, for which she was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress (wikipedia)