Matt Bomer - Quotes

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Unfortunately, in some parts of the country, some kids are taught at an early age that being different is somehow bad or wrong or worthy of ridicule.

Unfortunately, in some parts of the country, some kids are taught at an early age that being different is somehow bad or wrong or worthy of ridicule.

There's always a need for new superheroes. As society changes, the types of superheroes will probably change as well. ---->>>

If you're wearing suits and you want to create your own sense of style, get to the tailor. ---->>>

Kids aren't born to be bullies, they're taught to be bullies. ---->>>

I can safely say that I had an incredibly difficult and trying past growing up and trying to be an artist and standing up as who I am in this world. ---->>>

I think every guy and girl would love to get to play Superman at some point in their life. ---->>>

Look, none of the artists who I admire or respect have ever shied away from a role because it might make them unpopular with somebody. ---->>>

My standard uniform is a T-shirt and jeans. ---->>>

What we really have to do is stop the adjective before the job title - whether it's 'black actor,' a 'gay actor' or anything actor. ---->>>

I'm a kid that went to theater school. I thought I was going to be making my living doing plays regionally or in New York or on Broadway, and maybe if I got lucky I would do a movie here or there. ---->>>

I pretty much got busted for everything, but I definitely stretched out my boundaries as a kid, as well. ---->>>

Everybody thinks that equality comes from identifying people, and that's not where equality comes from.

Everybody thinks that equality comes from identifying people, and that's not where equality comes from.

I like to just work with great directors. ---->>>

I think when you play a role, you always have to be a defense attorney for that character. ---->>>

Activism isn't beautiful and easy, or a bunch of people getting together and picketing; it's a lot more complicated and difficult than that. ---->>>

Cote de Pablo is one of my best friends! We went to college together. ---->>>

I never feel more confident and comfortable than when I'm wearing a Tom Ford suit. ---->>>

I'm completely happy and fulfilled in my personal life. ---->>>

Just being attached to 'Superman' actually gave a great boost to my career. ---->>>

Well, when you're playing a role, you have to think, 'What is ultimately motivating the character?' ---->>>

When I was in high school, there was no safe haven, there was no outlet for you to speak your mind. ---->>>

For some reason, they always gave me a fat suit in high-school productions. If there was a character who needed to be robust, they gave me a fat suit, and I put on a silly voice. ---->>>

I don't know anybody who walks through life all the time in the doldrums, constantly serious and morose. But that's become what we generalize as drama. ---->>>

While I feel that I have a great reservoir to draw from as an actor for lots of different roles, it is difficult because it can be an industry where it's people's jobs to thin-slice you really quickly and try to fit you into a niche in the market. ---->>>

As actors you're always going to take certain roles that are in your comfort zone and take ones that aren't. ---->>>

I've definitely had crazy acting teachers. ---->>>

I don't think it's a bad thing to go out there and challenge yourself as an actor. ---->>>

I have, like, three suits to my name. But one thing I've learned is that when you dress up in real life, people treat you differently. ---->>>

I think anyone who's ever gone through adolescence and wanted something from their parents knows the basic tenets of a con. ---->>>

I think if you start to think too much about things that are completely out of control, it will just drive you crazy as an actor. ---->>>

I want to work with anyone who's passionate about telling a story. I obviously have a list of people I really love, but it's a really long list. ---->>>

My favorite actors are people who I don't know anything about, and I can project any character onto them. ---->>>

My personal life is a source of incredible happiness for me, but it's personal, and it's not for me to hock or shop around to the highest bidder.

My personal life is a source of incredible happiness for me, but it's personal, and it's not for me to hock or shop around to the highest bidder.

New York City is one of the greatest places on the planet. You have the best in food, art, theatre, and definitely people-watching. ---->>>

To be honest with you, my physical state is usually dictated by the project I'm working on at a given time. ---->>>

I consider 'White Collar' my home base. I'm so lucky to get to play a character that's very multifaceted and the writers take risks on and never get into a staid process with. ---->>>

I don't care about the size of the roles, or how they're marketed or billed or anything like that. I would love to be a part of stories that tell us about where we've come from, where we are, where we're going - with great directors. ---->>>

I really just try to focus on my job, which is to be an actor, and outside that, the cards fall where they may, and on not getting caught up in how people react to certain things. That's a death trap creatively. ---->>>

I'm from a very athletic family, and I thoroughly enjoyed sports as a kid, but acting was a way of expressing myself and having fun. It was something I found on my own. ---->>>

Playing athletics, playing a lot of different sports, going to drama school... I was one of those kids who wanted to do everything, so I ended up being pretty average at everything. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 10-11, 1977
Birthplace: Webster Groves, Missouri, U.S.
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Occupation: Actor
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Matthew Staton Bomer (born October 11, 1977) is an American actor. He made his television debut with Guiding Light in 2001, and gained recognition with his recurring role in the NBC television series Chuck. He played the lead role of con-artist and thief Neal Caffrey in the USA Network series White Collar from 2009 to 2014 (wikipedia)