I love the challenge of show business. It keeps me on my toes.
Show business offers more solid promises than Catholicism.
Show business is made up of disappointments, and it's through life's disappointments that you grow.
In my heart and soul, I always knew that I wanted to be in show business.
In my opinion, life is more important than show business.
I came from a real working-class show business family.
I never intended to be in show business; I intended to be an extremely grounded person.
I'm in show business... I want to hang out with Janet Jackson, not Jesse Jackson.
I never wanted to be in the show business. I wanted to do special effects.
Unlike a lot of actors, my father encouraged all his kids to go into show business.
Nobody in show business can possibly get away with making fun of their boss.
I'm oddly not competitive. What I love about show business is there is a home for everyone.
I like to act. Every other aspect of show business I find uninteresting.
I've been in show business for 50, no, 60 years. I was approached in school to join a variety act.
I'm very happy to be employed. I always contend that in show business that if you're employed, then you're successful.
No matter what the role, you're trying to do the impossible - make a living in show business.
I think it's a terrible shame that politics has become show business.
I didn't get here for my acting... but I love show business.
I decided to retire from show business at the age of 17, because I didn't like it a bit.
I've always been pretty levelheaded. In show business, you need to have a certain internal stability.
When I graduated from college I thought I was over with show business and was pursuing other things.