Justin Theroux Quotes

D.C. is a hard city to grow up in. I couldn't find my footing there. Also I got a late start academically and I was dyslexic.

I hate when people make a really good product and then stop making it. I get annoyed.

I was always acting. I was doing after-school plays and stuff like that.

I stole a lot from Gary Oldman. I stole the hairdo from his incarnation of Dracula. We cheated it just enough so we couldn't get accused of copyright infringement.

I've always been pretty happy with my style. I've been wearing tapered jeans since 1980 something.

In New York you can bump into someone on the street and go to a thing go get coffee real quick.

I did Chekhov's Three Sisters once. Two months in I remember going "Human beings shouldn't be forced to do or watch this play every night." It's so dark and so bottomless.

I've always liked boots. I always think it's better to wear a boot not a shoe.

Though there is something cruel about being in Hawaii and you have a computer in front of you the whole time.

In the '90s there was a big bell-bottom craze. Everyone was wearing grungy bell-bottoms. It was so repugnant to me.

I always go to bed thinking I'm the luckiest guy in the world.

I feel more comfortable writing firmly comedic or slightly comedic stuff.

Being a fan of comedy it's so unique in their own voice. I was really stoked to be able to participate. They're so great at just coming up with stuff on the fly and making stuff funny.

If I was roped into a seven-year TV contract I'd probably hang myself.

Fame is something I think happens as a result of trying to do good work. If you're trying to be famous your work usually suffers.

I was always acting. I was doing after-school plays and stuff like that. But I wasn't doing well in any of the schools so by ninth or tenth grade I ended up going to a boarding school.

There's a logic to dreams that doesn't necessarily follow linear narrative. You don't know why things happen it's your subconscious pushing you to give you information.

I always try to do the most interesting fun thing for me.

It's like once you've seen Tom Hanks win the Golden Globes the Oscars you've seen his wife what kind of car he drives when you watch his movies you can't fully get really lost in them.

When you hear about people in the '50s getting married at 20 you're like What were they thinking? My grandparents were together for over 50 years.

I love New York. It's kind of perfect. I'm in New York part of the time and in L.A. part of the time. That's always been a goal to be bicoastal in a real way.

I've never been the guy who's like 'I take it home with me.'

Normally when you're promoting something a lot sometimes you get tired.

I've never been shocked by anything on television except the news.

I think we need to tell stories that reflect our world.

I had such a distaste for '70s clothing. So the '90s were a rough period for me because I got made fun of for wearing what they used to call "pegged pants." Now they call them "skinny jeans.