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I was directing before I knew it was called that.
– Guillermo del Toro
I wrote music as soon as I knew notation.
– Harrison Birtwistle
I knew I was going to be a sportsman.
– Greg Rutherford
If I knew I couldn’t win races, I would have stayed in the States.
– Jacques Villeneuve
Poetry is indispensable – if I only knew what for.
– Jean Cocteau
I developed a loyal following. No one knew I was homeless.
He knew everything about literature except how to enjoy it.
– Joseph Heller
I knew that I had to write my memoirs.
– Jane Fonda
I knew that discrimination existed, even though there were many individuals who were not prejudiced.
– Joseph Stiglitz
I knew how to swim by the time I turned 4.
– Audrina Patridge
Mr. Hitchcock knew what he was doing.
– Billy Crystal
I knew I was happy when I was dancing.
– Ajay Naidu
I knew that I wasn’t a first-ballot Hall-of-Fame inductee.
– Bert Blyleven
I could never hate anyone I knew.
– Charles Lamb
I always knew I was the center of my parents.
– Chelsea Clinton
Every band I knew or played with had flyers and properly-recorded demos and contacts; I couldn’t even get a gig.
I always knew I would adopt. Always.
– Charlize Theron
When I understood the rudiments of what nanotech was all about, I knew I wanted to participate.
– Bernard Marcus
If I have smashed the traditions, it was because I knew no traditions.
– Maude Adams
I never knew anyone who was cloned, but I played one in ‘Multiplicity.’
– Michael Keaton
The Joan Crawford that I’ve heard about in ‘Mommie Dearest’ is not the Joan Crawford I knew back when.
– Douglas Fairbanks, Jr.
I wanted to be a pro athlete. I knew that.
– Giancarlo Stanton
By 1960, the South Africans knew that they were becoming a pariah state.
– Noam Chomsky
I always knew how to draw a crowd.
– Evel Knievel
I knew very early on that I wasn’t Brad Pitt.
– Eddie Marsan
I knew what normalcy was, and I wasn’t having it.
– Gary Coleman
But Steven Bochco was smart; he knew that viewers were smart.
– David E. Kelley
The Howard Hughes I knew began to change after his plane crash in 1941.
– Gene Tierney
We knew shortly after the war that our troops were becoming ill.
– Christopher Shays
When George Bush used the Willie Horton ad, he knew what he was doing.
– Paul Tsongas