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I’d make a bad preacher.
– Dan Aykroyd
I get offers all the time from film makers, but they are unknown quantities. I don’t go there and do experiments.
You do not need a therapist if you own a motorcycle, any kind of motorcycle!
I had a slight touch of Tourette’s, which means you talk to yourself and bark and cry out at night.
I think I’m a narcoleptic. I could sleep on a railway track with a train running over me, in-between the rails.
You look at the floor and see the floor. I look at the floor and see molecules.
I have this kind of mild nice-guy exterior, but inside my heart is like a steel trap.
I don’t like people lying to me. I don’t like people who don’t return my calls. I don’t like people who won’t give me a straight answer. I don’t like those kinds of people, and I’ve been vocal about it.
Am I a trance medium? No. Have I got a gift psychically? Absolutely not. But I believe in the survival of consciousness after death.
Hygiene is important. That’s one of my failings. So I’m always being called on that.
I don’t need fame any more. People are less interested in me in terms of celebrity. I’m happy to see a new generation being the media focus. I’m happy my day is done. It’s over.
Parodies of commercials are by no means new and have been popular going back to black-and-white TV shows of the ’50s.
My great-grandfather, Sam Aykroyd, was a dentist in Kingston, Ontario, and he was also an Edwardian spiritualist researcher who was very interested in what was going on in the invisible world, the survival of the consciousness, precipitated paintings, mediumship, and trans-channeling.
I could sell used battery acid and make it fly.
Heaven to me is percussion and bass, a screaming guitar and a burbling Hammond B-3 organ. It’s a soup I love being immersed in.
Have I personally ever seen a ghost? Not one.
I grew up on the edge of a national park in Canada – timberwolves, creeks, snow drifts.
We have the most beautiful planet – the Rockies, the purple fields of the United States, the Lake District, the Pyrenees, the turquoise seas of the tropics.
My whole thing is to entertain, make people laugh and to forget about the real world for awhile.
I’ve always been a big fan of science fiction and of the worlds of the spiritual and the mystic.
When I’m not acting, I’m writing, building an inventory of scripts. Even if they sit on the shelf, I just keep stacking them up.
Everyone fears the cut of the blade. It doesn’t matter after that. I know the spirit survives as there is so much evidence of the survival of the personality in the afterlife.
We must come to the point where we realize the concept of race is a false one. There is only one race, the human race.
And, I believe that if a man dies with a single penny still sitting in the bank, he’s a fool.
I grew up on the edge of a national park in Canada – timberwolves, creeks, snow drifts. I really did have to walk home six miles through the snow, like your grandparents used to complain.
People love gentle larceny.