Jessica Biel is a popular American actress, producer and model. She received a scholarship at a convention and that is when she started attending acting classes at ‘Young Actor’s Space’. She started her career as a vocalist and appeared in a number of musical productions. Thereafter, she was signed in the family-drama series ‘7th Heaven’ for playing ‘Mary Camden’ and she came to limelight with the same. She has bagged in some popular awards for her performances which include ‘Young Artist Award’ and ‘Golden Globe Award’. She is also renowned for her performance in ‘The Texas Chainsaw Massacre’ where she played the role of Erin Hardesty. Here is a compilation of some most famous, motivational and empowering quotes and sayings by Jessica Biel which have been curated from her movies, dialogues, thoughts, performances, interviews, public utterances, tweets and life. Zoom through the most sought-after quotable quotes and thoughts by Jessica Biel.
I like really uberfeminine, classic-looking things mixed with something rougher around the edges. I've been looking at Rihanna a lot, checking her out. She's got something going on that I am sort of craving a little bit.
I think I could drink my own blood. Is that weird?
At 10, I was intrigued by surgery, I wanted to be a surgeon for a long time. I love doctor shows and surgery shows. Blood is not an issue for me. I even took pictures once of me getting my blood taken.
I'm not a perfect person who doesn't mess up, eat bad, not work out - I do all those things. It's just for the most part, when I'm working, I don't feel like I have the choice. I have to bring my A-game.
I'm not going to give up doing interesting things. I'm going to do it as long as I possibly can and hopefully have longevity in this business.
My Barbies were usually naked. Once, I took their heads off, cut their hair, drew on their short, spiky hair with some markers, then stuck the heads on Christmas lights. Every year, we'd string our tree with those Barbie heads. It looked demonic. My parents were so cool - they saw it as a form of self-expression.
I had my bad-boy moment in my teens. I'll never do that again. It wasn't pleasant, and I learned my lesson. It was sexy and mysterious, and it's like, 'Look how cool they are,' but it's just not worth it. He was lying to me and accusing me of cheating - but then I realized he was the one cheating.
I feel my knees changing - like, why do I have this pain when I'm running on the treadmill? What's going on with my lower back when I wake up in the morning? I just feel changes. And I'm definitely fearful in a very vain manner about my body ageing.
I definitely had dolls when I was a kid. I don't remember being very thorough with them and making sure they got fed in my make-believe world. A lot of Barbie haircuts were given, though. I had a Tamagotchi as well, but I think that thing died really quick. They were hard to do!
For a very long time, I wasn't thought of as anyone with any credibility in the film world. Everybody is tramping through the swamp every day in this business. 'I'm worth it, I'm credible - believe me, give me a shot!' That's the way I feel on a consistent basis.
It's not my plan or whatever in my life to be a sex symbol. It never is. You are who you are, but you can't help what you look like. And when you do a film, like for me, it's just not about that. I would prefer to downplay it. I prefer to downplay the sex appeal.
We lived in Colorado, and my parents were outdoorsy mountain people. My father would always say, 'Go out and don't come back until you have something to show me.' Which meant he wanted me to come back with a scraped knee or an injury. When I went out to play, I felt like I'd better get hurt.
On the red carpet, I'm playing a character. As soon as I get off that thing, I think, 'Oof, wipe that gloss off.' I'm wiping and wiping and pulling my hair out and trying to change my outfit. I'm immediately trying to get comfortable. It's really a part I play.