There have been makeup artists who’ve asked if my eyebrows are real.
– Peter Gallagher
To stay on the map you’ve got to keep showing up.
You can only be stupid when you’re young.
My family were broadminded enough to support me when I wanted to pursue a life in the theatre.
Two women? God, man. Well, I’m still living. So clearly I must’ve gotten away with it, when I did do it. But I don’t think it’s time to blow my cover now.
Whether it’s on top of a phone booth or a $200 million soundstage, it’s about stories.
Through every moment on stage for the first time, I felt like I was finally right where I belonged.
By year three, you get nicer, bigger trailers.
I made my Broadway debut in the revival of Hair and followed it up with the bus and truck tour of Grease.
I love playing a dad. It’s hard to find family dramas that are genuinely funny.
I always go back to theatre. It’s probably where I’ll draw my last breath.
Around 5th and 6th grade I thought Dean Martin was the coolest guy in the world; he was a great singer, had his own television show and acted in movies.
I feel like I won the Lotto, as far as that show’s concerned.
In an attempt to amuse my friends and family, I would do impressions of Dean Martin, singing Everybody Loves Somebody. I secretly really enjoyed singing the song.
I was probably 11 by the time I saw a movie.
No matter what the role, you’re trying to do the impossible – make a living in show business.
I was about to get a degree in economics when I accepted that I’d be a lousy businessman, and if I didn’t give acting a try I’d regret it for the rest of my life.
When I came up, guys like Nicholson and DeNiro were held in highest regard.
My eyebrows make a more profound impact on other people than they do on me. I just let ’em grow.