We’ve sourced some of the most interesting and thought-provoking Rami Malek Quotes. Each of the following quotes is overflowing with creativity, and knowledge.
People used to think of me as a comedy actor.
Not long after ‘The Pacific,’ I began shooting the comedy ‘Larry Crowne,’ which was also with Tom Hanks, who also directed and plays the title character.
Every guy should be the owner of a really nice pen. When you put your thoughts down, or whenever you’re going to share something with someone, it means something if it bleeds out in a nice ink.
I’m just trying to play against ethnicity. I got to play a guy from Louisiana in ‘The Pacific’ named Merriell Shelton, and now I’m playing Elliot Alderman.
I don’t use emojis. I go vintage.
I think people have a hard time thinking that I could’ve done a sitcom.
Everything has become so easy. It’s great that it’s at your fingertips, but I miss those good old days. And we’re connected, but it can be very alienating. There is this distance between all of us because we’re speaking to each other through cameras and monitors and icons and Emojis.
I love film. I’ve always been enchanted by doing film. It’s something I grew up watching – classics and directors I admire – so that’s something I’ve always been passionate about.
I’m very fortunate to have the privilege of working with directors like Bill Condon and Paul Thomas Anderson, who I think is one of the greatest filmmakers of our time.
I have to extend my admiration and respect for Sam Esmail, who is a visionary with what he’s done with ‘Mr. Robot,’ and this brilliant resurgence of Christian Slater only helped us get where we are today – very talented individual.
‘Twilight’ fans are different. They’re very civil with one another. It’s a respect because they’re all in this together and they all appreciate the same things.
Mara Casey gave me my first job. I saw something online, and it was for a part in a ‘Gilmore Girls’ episode, and I thought I was right for it.
Being on a Paul Thomas Anderson film, the best decision an actor can make is to listen to Paul Thomas Anderson. Because he’s probably not going to steer anyone in the wrong direction. I would always say go with your gut on any other movie set, but with Paul, I would say go with Paul’s gut.
It’s funny to think that when you get done with an acting job, you’re considered unemployed. There are definitely times when those checks don’t last forever. I went to college at a private school, and I racked up quite a bit of debt. I was very slow to pay them back.
All you ‘Twilight’ fans, can’t thank you really enough for being so supportive. You’re real cool people.
My sister is an ER doctor, and my brother is a teacher.
I’m drawn to projects where I play these really complicated characters, but also where I can have some type of influence on affecting what we see as societal norms.
I would say ‘The Master’ was one of the most inspiring things I’ve ever got to work on.
I get to delve into some of the most creative experience I’ve had as an actor on ‘Mr. Robot.’ I think there’s a wide opportunity for actors to do that now more so than ever on television.