Gene Hackman is an American actor who rose to fame with his performance in the 1967 crime film ‘Bonnie and Clyde.’ He also made several appearances in films, such as ‘I Never Sang for My Father’ (1970), ‘The French Connection’ (1971), ‘Superman: The Movie’ (1978), ‘Unforgiven’ (1992), Enemy of the State’ (1998), and The Royal Tenenbaums’ (2001). He has been nominated for five ‘Academy Awards’ and won twice. He has also won four ‘Golden Globe Awards.’ His final performance came in ‘Welcome to Mooseport’ in 2004, after which he retired from acting. Hackman is also a novelist, and has co-written three historical fictions and two other novels. We have curated a few of his quotes on topics such as success, parenthood, acting, character, choices, and values.