Hugh Grant is a prominent English film producer and actor. He has been awarded with ‘Honorary Cesar’, ‘Golden Globe’ and ‘BAFTA’ for his phenomenal performances. He is one of the most talented and successful Hollywood actor. Hugh was born into a modest family and earned a scholarship for college. He then became a part of ‘Oxford University Dramatic Society’ and moved towards the world of acting. He abandoned his plans for pursuing PH.D after his performance was appreciated in a film. He rose to fame with his performance in ‘Four Weddings and A Funeral’ after which there was no looking back. We have rounded some renowned quotes and sayings by Hugh Grant which have been extracted from his works, thoughts, movies, dialogues and life. Read through the quotes and thoughts by Hugh Grant on thought, gentlemen, villain, future, filmmaking, together, attitude etc and get enlightened.
I'm quite jealous of my Scottish relations, in whose culture everyone, in a Jane Austen kind of way, got married very young, when you're too young to be cynical or jaded and just started having children.
There were various turning points, but the main one at the beginning was that I was going off to do another degree in the history of art. I would have ended up as some art historian at Sotheby's or something.
Some newspapers in Britain have become closer to these kind of mafia families. They wield an incredible power. They choose our governments, they choose our prime ministers, and they live above the law.
At my school, which was all boys, I played almost exclusively lady parts. When I say lady parts, I mean parts that were ladies. To actually play lady parts would be weird, even by English standards.
I don't hate L.A., but I'm nervous about becoming one of those people who has a ferocious interest in how films did at the box office that weekend and, you know, would want to meet for egg-white omelets in the morning.
Love scenes are extremely difficult. You're always within a millimeter of sentimentality and 'yuck.'
All I know is for a number of years, if someone like me called police for a burglary, a mugging, or something happened to me, chances are that a photographer or reporter would turn up before a policeman.