Anne-Marie Duff Quotes

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Anne-Marie Duff quotes: I'm someone who laughs a lot and cries a lot. I'm someone who laughs a lot and cries a lot.
Anne-Marie Duff quotes: I don't look like Catherine Zeta-Jones, so I don't think Hollywood would be that interested in me, to be honest. I just want nice work. I don't look like Catherine Zeta-Jones, so I don't think Hollywood would be that interested in me, to be honest. I just want nice work.
Anne-Marie Duff quotes: Any kind of conflict draws me to a role. Any kind of conflict draws me to a role.
Anne-Marie Duff quotes: I was quite shy. I used to write stories all the time, and I think that was a worry for my parents. I was quite shy. I used to write stories all the time, and I think that was a worry for my parents.
Anne-Marie Duff quotes: Never trust a man who doesn't like Elvis. Never trust a man who doesn't like Elvis.
Anne-Marie Duff quotes: I think American drama is at its best when it takes the domestic and makes it epic, like a Greek tragedy in the front room. I think American drama is at its best when it takes the domestic and makes it epic, like a Greek tragedy in the front room.
Anne-Marie Duff quotes: Nothing is more diminishing than trying to control success or hold on to things. Nothing is more diminishing than trying to control success or hold on to things.
Anne-Marie Duff quotes: People at a point of conflict are always the most interesting stories to tell. People at a point of conflict are always the most interesting stories to tell.
Anne-Marie Duff quotes: When I started drama school, theatre was the main draw. I never had any movie star notions. Not that there were family ties to the theatre, either. When I started drama school, theatre was the main draw. I never had any movie star notions. Not that there were family ties to the theatre, either.
Anne-Marie Duff quotes: Your heart ... it's a very fragile muscle. You have to take care of it, be old-fashioned about it. Your heart ... it's a very fragile muscle. You have to take care of it, be old-fashioned about it.