Sebastian Stan Quotes – this collection of quotes said by the Romanian actor, Sebastian Stan, will make you know a little bit more about his personality and how he views the world.
He was born in Constanta, Romania, on August 13th, 1982. When he was 8 years old, he moved to Vienna with his mother, and a few years later to the USA.
He is a very popular actor thanks to his talent but also because he is kind to his fans and always ready to talk to them and give them even pep talks when needed.
Sebastian Stan Quotes
“Embrace your differences and the qualities about you, that you think are weird. Eventually, they’re going to be the only things separating you from everyone else.”
“Sometimes it’s okay to give yourself a pat on the back and say, ‘That was cool. That made me feel good.'”
“Comedy is only funny when there’s a real pain.”
“I can’t take one day for granted. That’s usually how I think.”
“You can’t judge a character, and you’re never going to always play characters that are morally sound or know right from wrong.”
“When I work on a part, one of the things I love to do is to put together a collage of things, stuff I see or stuff that inspires me, images, whatever.”
“You have license in front of the camera to do things, feel certain emotions that you don’t get to in real life. It can be addicting.”
“I live in New York and I love it because it doesn’t make me feel like my life is always just about acting and that world of acting. I don’t have expectations.”
“Working out and working as an actor have gone hand in hand – I always feel more prepared if I know I have done a workout. It gives me confidence – and peace of mind.”
“Sometimes you don’t want to get married too much to a lot of rehearsing, I feel, when it comes to film because there are so many technicalities. So if I’m in my head, I’ve gotten settled on something, I’m gonna have to change it if I get there and something was set that’s completely different.”
“If you’re getting abandonment, if you’re getting abuse as a child, if you’re getting uncertainty when you’re a child, unfortunately, you tend to look for that in your life later on, and you think that’s love.”
“Comic-book movies are mythology, in a way, and there are a lot more parallels in them with what’s going on in the real world than people want to discuss.”
“The things I learned from my parents, what was deeply ingrained in their generation, is this idea of opportunity and the freedom to have an opportunity. The way the United States was thought of is as a place you can have this chance to do anything, to say, ‘This is my idea, and I get to offer it to you, and if you like it, I can profit from it.'”
“It would be a very lonely world if you, as a man, had to resort to that kind of behavior in order to feel valued, in order to feel like you’re taken seriously. It’s cowardly,” he says. “It’s clear to me that only someone who feels extremely emasculated could possibly behave like that. What does it say about masculinity? Now is the time more than ever for us to review what masculinity is about. Violence has always been unfortunately embedded in masculinity, this alpha thing. It’s more complicated than that.”