When we first get to space, we feel sick. Your body is really confused. You’re dizzy. Your lunch is floating around in your belly because you’re floating. What you see doesn’t match what you feel, and you want to throw up.
– Chris Hadfield
I remember my first acting class: I was like, ‘That’s it.’ If I know that I want to do something then I’m going to do it and there’s no stopping me, whether it’s if I want to take a movie part or don’t, or eat sushi for lunch or don’t. There’s always a very clear goal. Once I figure out what I want that’s it.
– Ashley Greene
I thought I was Superman until I experienced that life-changing anaphylactic shock. I was eating lunch and gobbled down a couple of bowls of gumbo. Then, 15 minutes later, I’m in my dorm room resting up. My eyes started itching and my throat was swelling up. I could barely breathe.
– Adrian Peterson
Acting as a profession came to me by chance: in 1946, after the war, I was having lunch with my cousin, who was the Italian ambassador, and he asked, ‘What are you going to do now you’re out of uniform?’ I said, ‘I’m pretty inventive, and I can imitate people,’ and he said, ‘Have you thought about being an actor?’
– Christopher Lee