Daniel Stern Best Quotes

Daniel Jacob Stern (born August 28, 1957) is an American film and television actor. He is known for his roles in the Hollywood films Breaking Away, C.H.U.D., Diner, City Slickers, the first two Home Alone films, where he played bandit Marv Murchens, and as the narrator for the television series The Wonder Years. Enjoy Daniel Stern’s best quotes below.

“After ‘The Wonder Years,’ I ended up having a voiceover career, which was something I never even knew was possible. But after the character I was playing on ‘The Wonder Years,’ people said, ‘Oh, would you like to do a Burger King thing? And there’s a 7 Up thing…’ And then I got to do ‘Dilbert.’ I think my voice kind of fit for that.”
“The only other thing I can really remember wanting to do besides acting was a gas station attendant. At the time, that seemed like a great job – wash the windows, pump the gas – it looks so cool coming home with black hands. There’s a natural transition, from wanting to be a gas station attendant to being an actor, right?”
“If you’re improvising with Paul Reiser, man, you’d better hold on tight!”
“Children recognized me from ‘Home Alone’ in Baghdad when I was visiting the troops there. When I was in Japan, when I was in Alaska, Australia – everywhere I’ve gone in my life since then, people know ‘Home Alone.’ It’s an amazing way to walk through a life, to have people come up to you all the time and say, ‘Oh, I love you! You’re so funny!’”
“I knew I wanted to act when I was around 14.”
“I remember, after graduating high school, I got a part in a play with the Washington Shakespeare Festival – a little part. But I remember thinking this would be a great way of making a living… to be an actor. I never really thought I’d make a lot of money at it.”
“My first movie ever was ‘Breaking Away.’ I stumbled into an incredible part in a movie that was incredible to be a part of. Peter Yates, the director, became a lifelong friend. He sort of plucked me from obscurity and gave me a life.”
“My life is fairly normal. I didn’t wake up one morning and find out that I’m suddenly a star, with people clamoring at me. I feel like I’m moving up the ladder just a little, which is fine.”

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