Justin Chon - Quotes

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When it comes to romance, I believe in keeping it simple. With my last girlfriend, we were on our way to our favorite restaurant when I pretended that the car was crappin' out. I asked her to get out and check if smoke was coming from the exhaust. When she did, I popped the trunk and inside were six dozen roses and a stuffed bear.

When it comes to romance, I believe in keeping it simple. With my last girlfriend, we were on our way to our favorite restaurant when I pretended that the car was crappin' out. I asked her to get out and check if smoke was coming from the exhaust. When she did, I popped the trunk and inside were six dozen roses and a stuffed bear.

In life, try your best to do the right thing. Have fun while you're alive. Take advantage of every asset you have. Don't take anything for granted. ---->>>

I had a date with a girl I called 'the parrot.' All she did was repeat everything I said. She never had an original thought of her own. Everything I liked, she liked. Everything I hated, she hated. It was annoying! ---->>>

I'm all about making my girl feel like she's the only woman in the world. Whether it's telling her how special she is or showing her with gifts and romantic dates, I want to make her happy.

I'm all about making my girl feel like she's the only woman in the world. Whether it's telling her how special she is or showing her with gifts and romantic dates, I want to make her happy.

Just be yourself. As an actor, you pretend all day - that's what the job calls for. So, when it comes to my personal life, a woman who keeps it real is a breath of fresh air. ---->>>

I think that it'd be nice for other Asians to support other Asian artists and help each other instead of pull each other down. ---->>>

I'm gonna be pretty honest; there wasn't a lot of improv allowed on 'Eclipse.' ---->>>

I'm just following my own art, and I just think that the only thing I can do to be a great artist is do the best job I can in whatever movie I do. ---->>>

I'd love to work in a restaurant. You get to meet new people all the time and constantly socialize. There are no dull moments when you're serving. It would definitely be a fun job to have. ---->>>

When you love something, you're gonna be the best at it. ---->>>

As an actor, you can play different age ranges and different ethnicities. ---->>>

I didn't become an actor to be famous. I genuinely love acting and never expected to make a penny at it.

I didn't become an actor to be famous. I genuinely love acting and never expected to make a penny at it.

I don't think I'm a star. I just love to act. I'm not thinking I'm even close to where I want to be. ---->>>

I love Irvine. That's my 'hood. I went to USC and used to come home every weekend. It's in my comfort zone. ---->>>

If I could go back, I think I would be a rock star instead of an actor, man. ---->>>

To be honest, I'm really into folk music, and I love Big Phony. I like Priscilla Ahn, and yeah, I really support Asian-American artists. ---->>>

'Twilight' is reaching so many people, and I think it's a really good step in the right direction for diversity and opening up doors. ---->>>

As an actor, I don't really think you find yourself. I mean, once you find yourself, I think it becomes boring and you become set in your ways. I think, as an actor I think it's not a bad thing but more of a gift. It's something you're always doing as an actor. You're adjusting constantly. ---->>>

Being an actor is great; you chill in your trailer, and they bring you a breakfast burrito and coffee. But as director, you're responsible for every little thing. ---->>>

I did an internship in the Silicon Valley during the Internet boom. I couldn't imagine sitting in a cubicle the rest of my life, so I gave acting a try. I would have been happy doing theater and making nothing. ---->>>

I did this one movie with a great director named Wayne Kramer. It was 'Crossing Over,' and Harrison Ford, Ashley Judd and Ray Liotta were in it. I was one of the leads, and I thought this was it. It got shelved for two years, and then it was in theaters maybe a week. After that, I adopted a philosophy of, 'Hope for the best, expect the worst.' ---->>>

It's funny - when I started acting, I didn't know I was going to be talking about Asian-American issues so much. You know what, though? It just comes with the territory, being ethnic. ---->>>

My parents were always supportive of me in terms of expressing myself artistically. Art, musical instruments, singing - whatever I did, they were just really supportive. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 05-29, 1981
Birthplace: Garden Grove, California, U.S.
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Occupation: Actor

Justin Jitae Chon (born May 29, 1981) is a Korean-American actor and a member of parody K-pop band BgA. He is best known for portraying Eric Yorkie in The Twilight Saga film series (2008–2012).(wikipedia)