Tye Sheridan quotes

  • Drama is something Im good at, I guess.
    -- Tye Sheridan

    #Drama

  • Everyone's a different person when they're younger. You evolve as a human being with knowledge and attitude and challenges and obstacles in life.
    -- Tye Sheridan

    #Attitude #Challenges #Different

  • The hardest part about storytelling is knowing what happens in the end.
    -- Tye Sheridan

    #Knowing #Storytelling #Ends

  • When you don't understand something it's always OK to ask questions. That's really the mentality that I've had.
    -- Tye Sheridan

    #Asks #Mentality

  • I don't feel like you can fully find the true character until you're in his wardrobe, on set, and really getting into the scene. And that's when you really find out who your character is.
    -- Tye Sheridan

    #Character #Like You #Scene

  • I think the mistake that people make often times is you just lose touch of reality and you have to never be afraid to call someone's bullshit or call someone's bluff when something doesn't make sense.
    -- Tye Sheridan

    #Mistake #Reality #Thinking

  • Developing projects of my own and producing and writing and directing is something that's very interesting to me, but you know, one step at a time and you've got to establish yourself on one side before you really have the power to do something else. That's always the immediate goal.
    -- Tye Sheridan

    #Writing #Goal #Interesting

  • You still need to understand what your fundamental and primary jobs are you have to make sure that you execute those before you can really dabble into something else.
    -- Tye Sheridan

    #Jobs #Needs #Fundamentals

  • Celebrity is a national drama whose characters' parts and plots are written by the tabloids, gossip columnists, websites and interactive buttons. The famous don't actually have to turn up to their own lives at all.

  • A piercing satire, a poignant family drama and an investigation of the competing claims of honesty, loyalty, ambition and love.

  • I grew up in the theatre. It's where I got my start. Writing a television drama with theatrical dialogue about the theatre is beyond perfection.

  • I don't remember a drama on TV that had shown a couple could be married but still love each other very much, spend every day as if they were still on their honeymoon, be sensuous, and have fun together.

  • I want to continue doing as big a variety of things as I can do, and if that means I have the honor of getting to do more feature work, I would love that. I know that if I make any other long-term TV commitments, it's not going to be on a drama.

  • The most famous person in my phone is Lindsay Lohan. We starred in 'Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen' together in 2004 and we've stayed in touch.

  • I love a bit of drama. That's a bad thing. I can flip really quickly.

  • I've never had formal drama-school training; I've just picked things up as I've gone along.

  • I was never part of that cliquey girl drama. Most of my friends were guys growing up, so I was never part of that whole toxic energy. It seemed like way too much hassle.

  • Divorce transforms habit into drama.