Dylan Walsh quotes

  • My best moment of 2011 would definitely be the birth of my daughter six weeks ago, on September 25.
    -- Dylan Walsh

    #Daughter #Mother #Six

  • My father had wanted to name me for Dylan Thomas. He had seen him speak on one of those drunken poetry tours he did.
    -- Dylan Walsh

    #Father #Names #Speak

  • I grew up all around the world, and when I settled in a suburb in America, I didn't have any idea what I was supposed to wear.
    -- Dylan Walsh

    #Ideas #America #World

  • I kind of grew up on the East Coast, lived in New York for a while, then moved to L.A. So I'm not a New Yorker at all, but I'm much happier in New York; I've always liked it better.
    -- Dylan Walsh

    #New York #East #Kind

  • I think it's part of your mental health to let go of things. I think if you would have it all right there, it would be a little overwhelming. I don't know how you'd have a relationship. When you have a relationship, don't two people collude to kind of forget certain things?
    -- Dylan Walsh

    #Letting Go #Thinking #Two

  • It's funny when people ask an actor what they want to play next, because you don't get to decide what you play. I don't know. I can only say this: I don't want to and have no interest in playing a plastic surgeon. That's for sure. I'm open to anything else.
    -- Dylan Walsh

    #Play #People #Next

  • L.A. is so much about ratings and box office; that defines everything. And here, of course it's important, but it's not part of the culture - there's too much else going on in New York. They're not going to let one industry monopolize your attention, you know? You're likely to have best friends who are architects or newspaper reporters.
    -- Dylan Walsh

    #New York #Office #Important

  • One of the great things about a TV series is that it's different to a movie - in a movie you obviously know the beginning, the middle and the end of what you're going to do. With a TV series it's unfolding, and you're discovering with every episode.
    -- Dylan Walsh

    #Tvs #Different #Unfolding

  • Yeah, my dad was in the foreign service. We lived in India, Indonesia and Africa, and we traveled a lot from those places. I was 10 when we moved back, and I felt like the odd guy out. It wasn't until later that I appreciated it. But coming back I didn't know any TV shows or music, which was even worse.
    -- Dylan Walsh

    #Dad #Tv Shows #Guy

  • One of the greatest gifts I've ever gotten is my daughter.

  • I've always loved music videos - I used to make my own for bands like Pearl Jam. My favorite directors are Michel Gondry, Spike Jonze, and Patrick Daughters.

  • They wrapped her up like a baby burrito to show to Mom. Here were a mother and her daughter and I love them both so much. I couldn't wait for Courtney to come to the hospital so I could have all my women together.

  • Music is language itself. It should not have any barriers of caste, creed, language or anything. Music is one, only cultures are different. Music is the language of languages. It is the ultimate mother of languages.

  • Before you count the profit, count the cost of a working mother.

  • Blaire, This was my grandmother’s. My father’s mother. She came to visit me before she passed away. I have fond memories of her visits and when she passed on she left this ring to me. In her will I was told to give it to the woman who completes me. She said it was given to her by my grandfather who passed away when my dad was just a baby but that she’d never loved another the way she’d loved him. He was her heart. You are mine. This is your something old. I love you, Rush

  • I wanted to live. For the father and brother who I never knew and for my mother who was cheated of a life of happiness. I wanted to live for them. And I wanted to live for me.

  • Just because I don't show six-pack abs doesn't mean that I don't have them.

  • I went through about six or seven painting methods just to see what I didn't want to do. And then I got off the wall, and went into the environment.

  • Going back to Ireland involves at least six to seven emotional breakdowns for me per day.