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Pauline Collins - Quotes

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We all press buttons in relationships, in our dealings with people, without thinking what it really means. We all knock along without questioning what kind of situation we're in. We may often be in a very good one, but we don't even appreciate the good situations. We're lazy. Or we're scared. Or we just don't notice.

We all press buttons in relationships, in our dealings with people, without thinking what it really means. We all knock along without questioning what kind of situation we're in. We may often be in a very good one, but we don't even appreciate the good situations. We're lazy. Or we're scared. Or we just don't notice.

I think goodness is very powerful, but often evil is made more attractive in films. It's a challenge to make goodness appealing. ---->>>

When I started performing, I decided that if in five years I couldn't earn as much money acting as I could as a teacher, it would be unrealistic for me to continue on the stage. ---->>>

Certainly, I, as an audience, am stricken with terror if I see only two people onstage. And one person, I think, is even harder for people to take. ---->>>

I have played a few lay saints in my time. ---->>>

I think you can lose yourself more easily in a film than in the theater. ---->>>

I was brought up a Catholic, so I suppose I have to believe in the goodness of human beings. I think we're not so bad after all. ---->>>

Theater is an engagement between the actor and the audience. Film is a different sort of medium. It's not immediate, but in some ways it's more involving. ---->>>

We all think we're liberated when we have more of everything, don't we? That's what the media tell us. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: English
Born: 09-03, 1940
Birthplace: Exmouth, Devon, England, UK
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Occupation: Actress
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Pauline Collins, OBE (born 3 September 1940) is an English actress of stage, television, and film, who first came to prominence portraying Sarah Moffat in Upstairs, Downstairs (1971–73) and its spin-off, Thomas & Sarah (1979). In 1992, she released her autobiography, titled Letter to Louise. Collins played the title role in the play Shirley Valentine, for which she won an Olivier Award in 1988, and Drama Desk and Tony Awards in 1989 (wikipedia)