Jude Law Quotes

You can't spend your life apologizing.

You cant spend your life apologizing.

Success and even life itself wouldn't be worth anything if I didn't have my wife and children by my side. They mean everything to me.

I'm kind of ashamed to be a celebrity. I don't understand wanting to read about other people's dirty laundry. I think celebrity is the biggest red herring society has ever pulled on itself.

There is no defence for my actions which I sincerely regret. [on an affair with nanny Daisy Wright]

Landing a role now is not based on my looks - more on my acting ability.

I'm not Tom Cruise. Very few British actors are. If you look at the body of work I've done it's pretty obvious I'm not going to make a 'Mission: Impossible.'

When you step back and watch people you realize that we use every single body part. Movement dance - I find it genius because it's ultimate expression really.

I always prefer things straight up not cold or watered down. Not big on cocktails either.

Making an effort is polite and getting ready and looking after yourself makes an event more fun.

I don't want to do anything that I'm not passionate about.

If you want to change who you are you have to change what you do.

A job is not just a job. It's who you are.

London is my home... I know what's right and wrong here and it's nice to have somewhere familiar to go back to.

I never thought I had to forge a family but it felt the most natural thing that ever happened to me - meeting someone and becoming a father.

I'm only wanted by directors for the image I give off and it makes me angry. I always wanted to be an actor and not a beauty pageant winner.

Women like bad boys"¦Being a good boy never worked for me.

I suppose I'm intrigued with the bad traits of society because I'm a part of society and the bad traits pose the dangerous questions for our future.

I feel more and more at ease because I think the older I get the less pressure there is. People say 'Well he's not cutting edge because he's not in his twenties so he's not expected to be.'

I think it's a bigger risk following a part that plays up your looks than it is to try and carve out a career as an actor.

When you suddenly appear on the scene and you are the new face everything centers on you. I experienced this in my mid-20s and I found it rather hard.

I've always thought Prince Charming in 'Cinderella' was the most boring role; I'd rather be the Wicked Witch.

Face it I didn't become famous until I took my clothes off.

The other nice thing about the robes is that they keep you cool in the summer and we were filming sometimes in Rome where it was sometimes over 100 degrees.

I honestly have no interest in celebrity whatsoever. If anything I always cringe at it because it takes away from what I am which is an actor who wants to be better and do better things.

I suppose that some days I wake up I have to wake up and be responsible reliable and down to earth and some days I don't.

It's interesting to see how people bring different things to them. I think it comes down to the universal appeal of the Holmes-Watson that they can keep being discovered in different ways.

There is something nice about wearing the same thing everyday having that go-to.

I think the message of peace is for everyone.

You heard it from the heart you saw it in their eyes. Then I got used to the fact that I couldn't feel my fingers and my feet. That for me was the essence of the battle.

I don't consider myself any great sage of fashion or style whatever people may want to think.

The only film I ever made for money was something called Music From Another Room which I really didn`t like.

My only obligation is to keep myself and other people guessing.

I need someone to give me a part where I play the piano so I can learn it. I would love that.

Rafferty [Law] plays three or four instruments. He is very gifted. Whereas I pick instruments up and kind of stare at them and go "I can't ever possibly play this." And I don't!

My goal was always to be recognized as a good actor but no one was interested in that simply because society just wants to warm towards your appearance. This is the great blemish of society.

You have a handkerchief put it in your pocket.

I sometimes shy away because I don't want to be too 'showy-offy' but the older I get I think 'You have a handkerchief put it in your pocket.'

Look how many stories have I broken? Hundreds. How many have proved to be untrue? There isn't one.

In a way it was like washing your laundry in public and yep there you go you've seen my underwear. And now I feel like there's nothing left you've seen it all and I can get on.

I've never been a fan of just doing. I like to do things for a reason.

I would never know how to sell myself as a sex symbol. That's not how I'm programmed.

If there is a will there is a way.