Troy Garity Best Quotes

Troy Garity is an American film actor. He was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor – Miniseries or Television Film for his role as Barry Winchell in the 2003 television movie Soldier’s … Enjoy Troy Garity’s best quotes below.

“If I have one special memory, it was when we recreated the trial of the Chicago Seven – and I’d known about it before – but this was a pivotal moment in my life. If my father had been found guilty of conspiracy, I wouldn’t be here.”
“School is such an encouraging and safe environment. It’s filled with idealism and just really working on your craft. When you enter the business world – where art meets commerce – it can become quite depressing.”
“When I was in the 9th grade, on Halloween night, when you’re supposed to go and out and burn your city, my mom made me go to ‘Cirque du Soleil.’ I was kicking and screaming. This girl came out onstage, and I was instantly mesmerized. I dropped out of school and became obsessed with her. I saw the show, like, 70 times.”
“I always thought I was sort of awkward and goofy-looking. I’m still kind of gangly.”
“I don’t think about the Fonda legacy much.”
“As a painter, it seemed easier to sort of disappear.”
“I look a lot like my father when he was my age.”
“Gel doesn’t work in my hair because it has a life of its own.”
“I try to be somewhat wary of fame, but I’m not wary of success.”
“I spent all of my childhood at a performance art camp. Putting on plays, it was more like commedia dell’arte. It wasn’t career-oriented in any way. It was more fun and therapeutic, so I never really thought of it as something I would end up doing. I was more convinced I was going to be a painter.”
“My mother was married to one of the greatest newsmen of all times. CNN was built out of his idealism and his recognition that, in a global age, we needed greater understanding of the world around us.”
“I grew up around acting, but it was never thought of as a career.”
“I work out, but not like I should.”
“I can disappear into things very easily. But with acting, you have to be in the moment, and it gives me this incredibly fulfilling emotion: being really present.”
“I want to show my range before I fall into any typecasting. I’ve turned down a lot of things trying to wait. But at the end of my career, whether that be tomorrow or 40 years from now, I would like to look back and be able to say, ‘Ah, I never fell into any gimmicks.’”

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