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Greg Sestero quotes on thought, way, control, experience, memory, disaster, etc. 

6 Quotes By Greg Sestero

Famous As: Actor

Born On: July 15, 1978

Born In: Walnut Creek, California, United States

Greg Sestero is an American actor, model, filmmaker, and writer, best known for his role as ‘Mark’ in the film ‘The Room’ (2003).  He is also the author of ‘The Disaster Artist’ (2013), which became a ‘New York Times Best Seller.’ The film was adapted into a film of the same name, starring James Franco and Dave Franco, in 2014. He has also been a part of Hollywood films, such as ‘Alien Presence’ (2009), ‘Dude Bro Party Massacre III’ (2015), and ‘Best F(r)iends’ (2017). He also made appearances in TV series, such as ‘Days of Our Lives’ (2000) and ‘’Fashion House’ (2006). He was also seen in many web series, such as ‘How Did This Get Made?’ (2011), ‘Nostalgia Critic’ (2013, 2018-19), and ‘Nerdist Presents’ (2018). We have curated some of his quotes on thought, way, control, experience, memory, disaster, etc. 

One of the things I've learned is you can't really control what an audience is going to feel.

Greg Sestero

We all deal with change differently.

Greg Sestero

The only reason I came to L.A. in the first place was to tell stories and make movies. Whatever way you can do that - if you can do that - at whatever level, that's rewarding.

Greg Sestero

I can't take 'The Room' and show it to an agent and say, 'Hey man, cast me in something.' It's an alien film.

Greg Sestero

The Room is a drama that is also a comedy that is also an existential cry for help that is finally a testament to human endurance.

Greg Sestero

Upon its debut, The Room was a spectacular bomb, pulling in all of $1,800 during its initial two-week Los Angeles run. It wasn't until the last weekend of the film's short release that the seeds of its eventual cultural salvation were planted. While passing a movie theater, two young film students named Michael Rousselet and Scott Gairdner noticed a sign on the ticket booth that read: NO REFUNDS. Below the sign was this blurb from a review: “Watching this film is like getting stabbed in the head.” They were sold.

Greg Sestero