Selma Blair - Quotes

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I have very little faith that I'll ever find someone. I've had some bad luck and I've made some bad choices - not in men, but in how I've chosen to deal with relationships.

I have very little faith that I'll ever find someone. I've had some bad luck and I've made some bad choices - not in men, but in how I've chosen to deal with relationships.

I think getting married gave me a focus. It gave me a focus and direction I want to have in my life. And I think having another person that you make such a purposeful bond with has given me the opportunity to see how that can be with all the other aspects of my life. ---->>>

My first crush was Spock. I thought it didn't get any better than Spock. ---->>>

I have no ego, I'll make fun of myself, and I'll make fun of being humiliated. I get it. ---->>>

A wedding is such a girl thing.

A wedding is such a girl thing.

I'm pretty much a loner and I've lived under the radar. ---->>>

I think I'm more approachable with long hair. When it's short, I come across as being artsy and weird. ---->>>

I think we all feel like misfits when we open our mouth sometimes, you know? ---->>>

I used to wear a lot of red lipstick, and when I got a pimple, I'd cover it up with eyeliner to turn it into a beauty mark. ---->>>

Bathroom humor, fart, and poo poo humor in movies gets a laugh. It's a pretty easy audience, and that's been around for ages.

Bathroom humor, fart, and poo poo humor in movies gets a laugh. It's a pretty easy audience, and that's been around for ages.

I think Vegas is the answer for pregnant people because of insomnia. It's open all the time and you go down and play your silly slots. ---->>>

I'm flatchested, I'm short, I'm brunette, I have droopy eyes, and so people have a hard time casting me as a 'beauty.' ---->>>

I will do almost anything for the sake of a joke or for the sake of someone's real belief in something to help tell a story. I will not do something shocking for the sake of being nasty. If it's not hurting anyone's feelings, I'm in on the joke. ---->>>

I'm one of those hovering mothers and I know it's really important to have an independent child, so I'm trying to back off, but it's hard. I love him so much, and he's so funny and cute to me. ---->>>

God knows, I never want to hurt someone's feelings. ---->>>

I can't afford security. I can't afford a gated house. So, I feel a little vulnerable. I wish some laws would come into play. ---->>>

Part of me would love to have been a leading lady because there's a lot of glamour that goes with that and a lot of applause, but I've been very blessed. ---->>>

I don't have the pressure of being a world-famous bombshell that has detonated. ---->>>

I go from being hugely hopeful and entertaining to... really not. I'm not manic depressive, but I can really go to the darker side. ---->>>

The problem with paparazzi is that it makes you question your boundaries, like, how do I say, 'That's enough guys?' ---->>>

I don't always know how to communicate. I think I get a bit unfiltered and a bit strange to people. ---->>>

I have no fears when it comes to my hair or clothes. ---->>>

I have three sisters, that's it for the family. ---->>>

I love to laugh and well, who doesn't? ---->>>

I never want to be a showoff or attention getter or something that, truthfully, is kind of repulsive to me, but I get uncomfortable. ---->>>

I put my foot in my mouth every time I'm interviewed. ---->>>

I think I'm under the radar enough where I don't think I'm typecast as anything yet, so I'm pretty free and clear. ---->>>

I think it's been confusing for people because I haven't had a linear career. ---->>>

I was a smoker for about 20 years. ---->>>

I went through a period of pulling away from everything - acting, people - not sure if I would ever have a voice in this business. ---->>>

I'm a working actress able to make choices based on characters rather than what I 'should' do for my career. ---->>>

I'm open to anything. I would love to play someone completely off the wall. ---->>>

In high school I would mess with my hair and makeup all the time. ---->>>

It was like I had a baby and I suddenly started to feel I could play anything. ---->>>

It's fun to go to the movies and be scared.

It's fun to go to the movies and be scared.

It's fun to play mom. Last I knew I was playing a 17-year-old who graduated. ---->>>

Jason Lee made me laugh all the time because he's so big, and I love how goofy bodies can be. ---->>>

My mother dressed me always very conservatively. ---->>>

My sister, I have a sister who's 12 years older, she was always the party girl, the outrageous one. ---->>>

I do turn down things that I feel aren't right for me, like when it's some kind of adolescent thing that might typecast me, but I'm not worried about it. ---->>>

I don't like slugs and tentacles and calamari or anything. Actually, tentacles made me turn into a vegetarian in high school. I'm not anymore, but in high school, we were dissecting squid. ---->>>

I played teen roles until high definition came out, and I could never understand it. I would go in for adult roles and be older than many of the people auditioning, but they'd cast the girl without a line on her face. ---->>>

If I get married, it's something you really have to work at. It's hard enough to work at having a relationship with best friends and girls that are in the business. ---->>>

Perhaps I have managed some sort of longevity because I haven't won the lead roles. I don't have the pressure of being a world-famous bombshell that has detonated. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 06-23, 1972
Birthplace: Southfield, Michigan
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Occupation: Actress
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Selma Blair (born Selma Blair Beitner; June 23, 1972) is an American film, television, and theater actress. Blair started her professional acting career in 1995. During her early years, she played a large number of supporting roles in film and television, before obtaining recognition for her leading role in the film noir Brown's Requiem (1998) (wikipedia)