Zitat des Tages von Nathan Lane:
People think they know who I am, because I've played so many very, very out gay men on stage, and they think that's me.
People always think I'm Jewish and changed my last name from Rabinowitz.
I seem to always inspire a strong reaction one way or the other.
I'm still the fat kid from high school who never had a date.
All I can do is try to create the best show possible, and I feel we've truly done that.
I have my aluminum siding business, and that's going like a house afire.
The reason I was in most of the movies I've done is that they paid for me to be in the theater.
I was born Joseph Lane, but when I applied to the actors union, they said they already had a Joe Lane on the books and I'd have to change my last or first name. I had played the character of Nathan Detroit, whom I liked very much, in 'Guys and Dolls,' so I took the name Nathan.
He's so interesting because you think you know Dennis Hopper, but you don't really know Dennis Hopper. I don't really know Dennis Hopper, I just know him from the silver screen.
I'm really an honorary Jew, you know; all the best people are. I really do feel Jewish, even though I'm a Catholic. The way the Church has been behaving, I'm happy to be Jewish.
It's a cliche, but there really is no handbook about the celebrity thing; you have to figure it out as you go along.
I didn't know Charlie before doing the movie, but I was a huge fan of the British Queer as Folk.
Sure I think it is healthy to speak the truth, and be who you are, and be proud of that.
Look, I'm 40, I'm single, and I work in musical theater - you do the math!
Kevin Costner. I love Kevin Costner. That's all I have to say. I love Kevin Costner.
The thing that everyone remembers about 'Bambi' is that moment. 'The Lion King,' took it to quite an extreme because it was an action sequence: his father was killed in a wildebeest stampede - I related, because mine was, too.
There are some people that the press like to pick on and not just the gay press, but the press in general. And some people, the press just doesn't care about at all.
I have to accept the fact that, no matter what I do, it's going to annoy someone.
People have to do things in their own time, and that's what I did.
'The Producers' is a sort of a once in a lifetime kind of phenomenon, and I was grateful to be a part of it.
I'm one of those old-fashioned homosexuals, not one of the newfangled ones who are born joining parades.
There doesn't seem to be a lot of middle ground with me.
As a kid, I loved 'Godot' because of the poetry and the humor and the strangeness, but then as you get older, it's much more resonant.