That’s one of the great advantages of age. You can say, I don’t want to, I don’t care, you can throw temper tantrums, and nobody minds.
We should bomb Vietnam back into the stone age.
I’m very accepting with my age. It’s like notches on your belt: experience, wisdom, and a different kind of beauty. There comes a day when you’ve become comfortable in your skin.
Never say never, but the thought of electively cutting oneself is beyond my grasp, and I also object to it politically. Denying the lines on our faces makes a comment about age and wisdom I don’t care to make.
I’d date someone younger or older; age doesn’t matter to me. Or looks, really – it’s all about maturity.
Being successful at a very young age gave me the confidence and the capability to try out other things.
I started auditioning when I was about 10 and I didn’t get my first job until I was 12, and two years at that age is really hard.
Our thoughts are mainly controlled by our subconscious, which is largely formed before the age of 6, and you cannot change the subconscious mind by just thinking about it.
I am lucky, I don’t have aches and pains. I do Pilates regularly, which is a series of stretching exercises, and I recommend it to anyone of my age because the temptation is not to exercise when you get older. Well, you should.
I’m conscious of age, but I’m more suspicious of it than anything.