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  • I love the ocean. Boats, not so much.
  • The original settlers of Alaska apparently were Russian.
  • I, uh, don't think I'm, y'know, so different than your average, y'know, average.
  • I don't go to these places where there are belly dancers and this and that.
  • To be able to always have a super sense of who I was and my own real identity and be petty and seem informed and always thinking in thoughts would be great.
  • Amazing tradition. They throw a great party for you on the one day they know you can't come.
  •  People work harder when conditions are worse.
Jeff Goldblum Quotes
  • This was one of the places people told me to go, it was one the big trips that you should see: Alaska.
  • It's mysterious what attracts you to a person.
  • I now, more and more, appreciate when I'm in a group of good people and get to work in good movies and projects. I'm wildly grateful and appreciative.
  • No matter how you travel, it's still you going.
  • He was a great man. And he was also me.
  • You never know in a movie if it's going to be a sequel, but right now I'm proud of what we produced.
  • Well, Well, Well, its certainly a compelling provocative exciting delicious to think about idea, smart people say the universe is so big there must be something statistically it could be likely there could be something happening on some other world.
  • It's nice to play a character that has a soulful, dependent, close relationship. It must mean my character is interesting in some way.
  • If any movie people are watching this show, please, for me, have some respect. You wanna sell some tickets, act like you know what you're talking about.
  • I travel for work, but recently, friends said I should take major trips. 
  • Well, of course I would choose to be the top scientist in my field.
  • Acting is nothing more or less than playing. The idea is to humanize life.
Jeff Goldblum Quotes
  • While you were trying to figure out if you could, you didn’t stop to think if you should.
  • The movie feels to me like a real work of lovely art.
  • No pay, no Goldblum. That's it.
  • My friend Ed Begley goes fishing. It's a little smelly to me, I don't like it so much. I like to eat fish, but I don't like to catch them.
  • It's not charming to go on a show and say, I dunno. It doesn't fool anybody. There's nothing glamorous about it at all.
  • It's an important fact of life, war. 
  • It's a delight to trust somebody so completely.
  • Gee, The lack of humility before nature that’s being displayed here staggers me.
  • I've turned my guest house into this little studio, and we have actors come over and do readings.
  • I like the challenge. I like a good, meaty experience for me.
Jeff Goldblum Quotes
  • I love to be directed. They can trust me and go.
  • How can you say when you're attracted to something? It's not easy to articulate my tastes.
  • Hawaii can be heaven and it can be hell.
  • Even if I don't have a job, I work on plays and scenes.
  • Even Scenes At the end of the movie all of us have this shared redemption.
  • Yeah but your scientists were so preoccupied with whether or not they could they didn't stop to think if they should.
  • Oh yeah, oohing and ahhing, that's how it always starts, but later there's the running and screaming.
  • He was a great man. And he was also me
  • As soon as you're interested in what is good taste, then you're in bad taste land already. What's comfortable and what represents your life, what's unique and individual about you, that's style.
  • I like a pickled cucumber. A regular cucumber I'm not so interested in.
  • No. I'm simply saying that life, uh, finds a way.
  • There is a fine line between passion and gas.
  • I like the challenge I thought, this is a good sign. There's something perfect and right about this.
Jeff Goldblum Quotes
  • Don't knock rationalization. Where would we be without it? I don't know anyone who'd get through the day without two or three juicy rationalizations. They're more important than sex. Have you ever gone a week without a rationalization?
  • Involve yourself every day. Work hard and figure out how to love acting all day, every day. It's getting into a made-up situation and making it good and making it real and just playing, just practicing and playing. Like the musicians that I played piano with: they never expect to be rich or famous, but they, for the sheer joy of it, play every day, all day.
  • My life has been transformed by great teachers all the way.
  • I'm always interested in the unexpected and know that things, especially in show business, but in life generally, are inevitably fleeting to one extent.
  • I like the idea of being a student, and I play with very good musicians. So playing with them allows me to get better. My aim is to get better, but I really love it for its own sake.
  • Sometimes I think that people's characters get forged, at least in part, from their names.
  • It's best not to stare at the sun during an eclipse.
  • God help us we're in the hands of engineers.
  • I had a brother who died early on - he was 23 when I was 19. And, boy, I certainly didn't expect that. That was utterly shocking.
  • The marrying of an actor and his whimsical and theatrical vision is very enjoyable, because he wants it to be filled with something honest, truthful, human, soulful, substantial.
  • Anybody can die, everything is fleeting, and you've just got to make sure that you catch up on what you can catch up on.
Jeff Goldblum Quotes
  • I'm a humble student of acting myself and part of that studentship is teaching.
  • Going back to the noir fiction of the 30s, 40s and 50s. It's very contemporary.
  • I think we're dealing with a realm of human experience that doesn't get all that much attention on television.
  • I do a lot of talking, playing with the audience, but I don't really know what that's going to be. Somebody kind of feeds me cold. He gives me these kind of cold games that I play with the audience or quizzes that I do with them.
  • The universe is so big, there's so many worlds, there must be one of them or more, something that's alive.
  • I'm always interested in craft and I was interested to see how people work. For me, it's a little like lessons at school.
  • In fact you can begin to discover and investigate whether you are an actor or not, whether you're in my view, qualified for a life in this profession or in this endeavor by checking yourself out and acting every day, getting plays and scripts and getting together with people and divvying up the parts and acting in one way or another, or writing things.
  • Actors don't necessarily want to be famous or rich or anything else. It's a very bad gamble if that's what you're after.
  • I like little collaborations where the other thing happens, where it's half-baked or it's improvised, and let's develop it together. "What do you want to wear? Do you have an idea?" All that's fun to do, and I like that, but it doesn't take anything away
  • You did it. You crazy son of a bitch, you did it.
  • You want to be in a movie where your part works. That's the main thing. No matter how you beat yourself working on the thing, if it doesn't work, it doesn't work.
  • NOW EVENTUALLY YOU DO PLAN TO HAVE DINOSAURS ON YOUR DINOSAUR TOUR, RIGHT?
  • I like little collaborations where the other thing happens, where it's half-baked or it's improvised, and let's develop it together. "What do you want to wear? Do you have an idea?" All that's fun to do, and I like that, but it doesn't take anything away.
  • Don't knock rationalization. Where would we be without it? I don't know anyone who'd get through the day without two or three juicy rationalizations. They're more important than sex. Have you ever gone a week without a rationalization?
  • At its best, life is surprising. Maybe, because that's my appetite, the frontier is uncharted. But it suits me fine. I've gotten used to that. Some people couldn't bear it, but I like that life.

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