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In 1930 I became a member of the Reichstag.
– Hans Frank
My brother Carl became a physicist; I became an economist.
– George Akerlof
I became third in the U.S. as a junior pro surfer.
– Greg Cipes
I became what I wanted to be.
– G. Gordon Liddy
My eccentricity became direction.
– Jean Paul Gaultier
I became a children’s author by accident.
– Jerry Spinelli
We became the songs we wrote.
– Barry Mann
As the years went by I became a writer and illustrator, although exclusively of fantasies.
– Chris Van Allsburg
I became a human placebo.
– Bobby Sherman
When ‘Main Rahoon’ released, it became a hit with the youth.
– Armaan Malik
I became a journalist because one didn’t have to specialise.
– Christopher Hitchens
I became the messenger who had to be killed.
– Anita Hill
Andrea Schulz became my editor in 2009.
– Alexander Chee
I became Gauleiter in 1927.
– Fritz Sauckel
I became stereotyped.
– Dick Dale
I became a beach bum.
– George Best
I became somewhat reclusive during a period of time in the ’80s.
– Corey Hart
I became a fitness fiend when I was about 17 or 18.
– Cynthia Erivo
In the ’80s, everything became too serious.
– Elsa Peretti
I became an actor so I didn’t have to be myself.
– Mark Ruffalo
I became conflicted in my late teens.
– Daniel Day-Lewis
I became the Dalai Lama not on a volunteer basis.
– Dalai Lama
I became an actor because I couldn’t not.
– Debra Winger
I became a set designer for opera.
– Maurice Sendak
Conservatives conserve and that is why they became irrelevant.
– John Reid
I became a specialist at comedic one-liners.
– Lauren Hutton
I had a calling to become what I became – I was created to do this.
– La Monte Young
Thanks to the Japanese and Geronimo, John Wayne became a millionaire.
– Pat Morita
I remained associated with the Technische Universitat Munchen, where I became Professor in 1976.
– Robert Huber
I became a writer in spite of my environments.
– Robert E. Howard