Steven Bauer Best Quotes

Steven Bauer is a Cuban-American actor. He is known for his role as Manny Ribera in the 1983 film Scarface, his role as Don Eladio in the AMC drama series Breaking Bad, and his role on the bilingual PBS show Qué Pasa, USA. Enjoy Steven Bauer’s best quotes below.

“I’m very fond of the British cinema. I’m a big fan of Martin Campbell and Daniel Craig. I actually find Daniel very inspirational, especially on the physical side of things. He really inspired me to get back into shape when I started to add on a few pounds. I think he’s a great role model.”
“I’ve learned not to attach personal feelings to critics who review your work. It’s their opinions, their perceptions – it’s a very subjective thing, and you can be hurt.”
“If you look at 1983, the film of the year was ‘Terms of Endearment.’ ‘Scarface’ was lumped in under the gratuitously violent banner. I mean, we knew it was violent, that it depicted a violent time and place. But it wasn’t the end-all of the thing.”
“Next? Growing up to be Clint Eastwood, I hope.”
“I have turned down playing the most despicable people on Earth. I turn it down all the time.”
“I’ll be playing a priest in ‘Chavez Cage Of Glory,’ which is a fight movie.”
“People got very wimpy about ‘Scarface’ very quickly.”
“People recite lines to me all the time, anywhere I get recognized.”
“Fortunately, I’m very healthy, and my body is still intact. It hasn’t aged very much, I feel like a very young 56. I exercise regularly, and when I do, I always learn new things about my body.”
“I think there is sort of a general universal perception of me, or someone who looks like me, as someone who is kind of menacing, dark or mysterious.”
“I’d like to make movies as a producer and a director.”
“‘Ray Donovan’ is such a revelation to everybody who’s working on it, and it’s only getting better.”
“‘Scarface’ was a tremendous undertaking, and I’m one of those who really feel that no one could have done it like Brian De Palma.”
“I really do like the independent way of working. You don’t get much studio intrusion compared to when you’re working on a big Hollywood film where there tends to always be loads of people interfering. The only problem, though, with independent features is that they are hard to sell.”
“I think the whole DVD craze has provided opportunities for material that, for those interested in it, explains the whole history and background in getting a film made, which is great.”
“I’m actually Cuban-born, born in 1956, the year Fidel Castro came into power, and my father moved my family to Miami a few years later when things were starting to look bad.”

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