Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Autographs Quotes from famous authors such as Peter Capaldi, Ryne Sandberg, Haley Bennett, Tito Ortiz, Soulja Boy. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I destroyed all my geek stuff because I didn’t want to be a geek, and I regret it to this day. Consumed in the geek bonfire of the vanities was a collection of autographs and letters from Peter Cushing, Spike Milligan and Frankie Howerd, the first Doctor Whos, actual astronauts, and many more.
I know I’m appreciated by how fans treat me, and the best way to treat them is play every day, hard. I sign autographs, but if I’m with someone I don’t know who doesn’t start the conversation, there won’t be a conversation. That’s just me, living my life. But I’ll loosen up after baseball.
When I’m out the street, I get people whispering behind me, ‘Isn’t that Jennifer Lawrence?’ I should start doing autographs – although if you stood us side by side, you wouldn’t make that mistake.
I’m a person that’s been fueled on emotions. And any fan who’s ever been around any of my fights, I’m the only fighter who’d go out on the concourse to sign autographs the day of the fight. Because I’m in love with my fans.
I hate it when people come up to me on trains and ask ‘Are you Soulja Boy?’ If people want pictures or autographs, that’s cool, but I don’t like the dumb questions.
Do you know what I love about hunting? That I am no one in the woods, no one at all. I thought the animals might recognize me, but they didn’t. They did not even ask me for any autographs.
I get up in the morning. I usually do a radio interview early in the morning. I usually do a book signing, because I’m also a cookbook author, so I’m at some store, at a Walmart or a Williams Sonoma, for three hours, standing up, signing autographs, and taking pictures for three hours.
The Midland community is huge into softball. They have a lot of competitive men’s teams. We played at a beautiful stadium, and our games would be packed every weekend. I’m pretty sure people have my signature on softballs and they don’t even know. Because we would just sign so many autographs all of the time.
I have a big box of autographs. I took photographs of me and Marlene Dietrich, me and Ida Lupino. I took pictures of Myrna Loy and Joel McCrea in front of the studios. I loved Hollywood. I have 500 autographs and 500 photographs I took.
I learned a lot from observing Wayne at the Rogers Cup. He was offered a cart across the grounds, but he wouldn’t take it; he walked and stopped and signed autographs for people, and I thought that was amazing.
Oh yeah people recognize me, but the craziest thing? I mean I’ve had the normal autographs… but I had to sign a baby’s carriage once. I thought that was weird, so yeah, I guess that’s the craziest thing.
I think any movie star who refuses autographs has a hell of a nerve.
I usually don’t mind giving autographs, but when hundreds of folks with paper and pen start coming at you, it’s time to seek shelter.
The thing that’s caught me off guard is going to dinner and people asking me for autographs or to take a picture. People coming to my house asking for autographs – that’s something I really haven’t grasped the whole entirety of yet.
I’m really looking forward to playing in Copenhagen again. Last time I stayed as long as I could, took pictures, signed autographs, and hung out until they through me out of the place!
I always signed autographs when I could and always stayed and chatted with them when I could.
Now, as an astronaut, I have to bring a Sharpie with me everywhere – so I have a pen to sign autographs.
This hand is not very active always, because it was in this hand that I carried my books. My carrying hand was always my strongest. Now I think my other hand has developed more muscles from signing all those autographs.
I was a fan once, and I remember what it was like approaching footballers for their autographs. I used to get starstruck a lot of the time.
People come up to me all the time in New York. Not for autographs, but to talk about movies, often in a very scientific way.
It’s never a good idea for a celebrity to sign autographs or take pictures if a crowd is gathering.
People cross the road to give me their autographs.
We had a showing of Battlestar in LA last week. I walked out the door and there were 50 people. I signed a ton of autographs. Other actors walked away without signing. These are the fans. I guess it depends. on who you are.
In Denmark lots of people come up to me for autographs.
Money, autographs, I had no desire to even do that. I fell in love with fighting and those types of things became attached to it.
I used to collect autographs outside of the old Cleveland Stadium. I can still remember everyone who took the time and spent a few minutes to make your day. That sticks with you.
It’s definitely a dream come true to be recognized and to be able to sign autographs. But, it’s also a lot of hard work and can be draining. If you don’t know already, you will quickly learn who your real friends are.
The fans are always at the hotel waiting, they like to get pictures and autographs. I enjoy it all, the displays of love and support at the hotel and the shows.
Giving autographs is flattering.
It’s cool to talk to the fans and get some one-on-one time and shake hands, sign autographs, take some pictures and have conversations with people.
I remember meeting the princesses at Disney World and getting their autographs.
I was a huge fan of ‘Avenue Q’ long before I ever dreamed of being a part of it. I saw it off-Broadway at the Vineyard and waited at the stage door for autographs!
As a kid growing up in California, I collected autographs.
I really enjoy being with my fans. They offer great support and encouragement to me. I like signing autographs and posing for pictures.
Bonanza’ has given me the springboard to dive in so many other things. You’ll hear no complaints from me. Certainly, there are times when I would like to have one spoonful of clam chowder before being asked to sign autographs, but that’s part of the price.
It’s good to be well known. Everywhere I go it’s the same thing – autographs, pictures.
I don’t think anyone would say that the women on the United States national team are not great role models and ambassadors. Everywhere we go, we connect with fans, sign autographs, and represent our sport and federation with class.
Everywhere I go, people ask me for photos and autographs, saying I inspired them to start training. Boris Johnson says his sons started boxing after seeing me – how cool is that?
I love being able to sign autographs when I get that extra free time after a round just to be able to give back to the fans.
I don’t even like to go out onto the streets sometimes because I can’t get anything done. People want pictures and autographs all the time.
If I had the hand strength to sign autographs for everybody in Kansas City, I would… but its just impossible to get to everyone.
In Naples, each time I go out people want to take my photo or ask for autographs.
People are always asking me for pictures, signing autographs, everywhere I go. Before, it used to irritate me, but I’ve learned to handle the situation. I cannot run away unless I lock myself in my room and never go out.
Going to the cinema or a meal can be difficult, with people asking for pictures or autographs.
Any ballplayer that don’t sign autographs for little kids ain’t an American. He’s a communist.
Just imagine, I was doing exams and signing autographs for other students. It was surreal. I’m really proud that I passed.
For some reason people are very polite to me, but some ask me for autographs and photos.
When I was living on the street I would be standing out in front of Grauman’s Chinese Theater, leaning against my car and signing autographs and nobody had any idea that I was living in it.
People always take pictures and ask me for autographs. That just comes with it. We all do that.
Having signed a few autographs in my time, I always wonder what the heck people do with them.
‘Beverly Hills Cop’ opened up a whole world. I got the television show and movies, and I would go sign autographs for one hour and get paid $25,000.
If kids see you on the street and they want an autograph, that’s a big honour so I spend half an hour before I get in the ground and 40 minutes to an hour after the game with the Everton fans signing autographs.
I’ve been to a few conventions, you know, when the tax man knocks at the door and the ‘Star Wars’ convention people say: ‘Do you want to come and sign some autographs?’
I drive around on my scooter in Milan alone – we don’t have bodyguards or anything like that. I am a fashion designer, not a celebrity, and although I get stopped for autographs and the like, I don’t think I am famous.
I get as much fan mail today and sign as many autographs as I did when I played. It’s mind-boggling to a certain degree.
When mom and dad were at the height of their careers, and things were super-crazy, and they couldn’t leave their houses, there wasn’t social media. It was all about autographs. Now, everyone’s the press. I feel fame is perforated: it can be glorious, but it can completely destroy a human, too.
I sure saw a lot of kids that I’m sure didn’t know a lot about us, or we were definitely new to them. The kids who came up to me afterward, we’d talk about music, sign a lot of autographs. So I’m sure we made a lot of new fans.
Elvis walked over and signed a few autographs over the fence. They were screaming. I had never seen this.
I’ve signed a few autographs.
You know, I don’t turn down autographs. I try to sign as many autographs as I can.
During the making of ‘Abdullah’ I asked the assistant director to teach me Hindi; he taught me to read the script too. He also taught me Urdu. Now I can sign autographs in Hindi, Urdu and can write my name in Tamil.
Dad never misses a chance to remind me that whenever we are travelling together, if 100 people mob him for autographs, five approach me.
I have to give people time to take a picture, and sign autographs. I have to be generous to people. It is in my heart. Without that, I would not be Manny Pacquiao.
I wasn’t the kind of person that liked waiting for autographs or following them, I just liked to go to the shows, study their records, driving many, many hours to different states to go to concerts.
Signing autographs is weird. I’m an introvert, so it’s been a strain in that way.
My office walls are covered with autographs of famous writers – it’s what my children call my ‘dead author wall.’ I have signatures from Mark Twain, Earnest Hemingway, Jack London, Harriett Beecher Stowe, Pearl Buck, Charles Dickens, Rudyard Kipling, Alfred, Lord Tennyson, to name a few.
The idea of sitting in a booth, and having someone pay me to sign autographs, seems so gross to me.
People definitely wait outside my house, hotel, apartment, whatever, asking for hugs or autographs.
I saw James Ellsworth at an independent wrestling show where I was signing autographs, so I took a photo with him and put up a post on Facebook called ‘The night I met James Ellsworth.’ Just by nature of how popular that post was, how many comments there were and likes and shares, I was like, ‘people love this kid.’
The only time I mind autographs is when I’m out with my family. You’re trying to enjoy kids and grandkids and here comes a swarm, and there go your wife and kids. That happens to every celebrity. It’s the price you pay.
I don’t really get off on the anonymous love of strangers, which I think a lot of actors do. They’re lacking something in their own personal lives, so they want the adoration of autographs and all that stuff.
I don’t sign autographs when I’m out for a meal or out with my kids. I think that’s rude and disrespectful. I would never ask anyone for an autograph while they were eating dinner; that’s what I was taught by my parents.
Wherever we play golf, people come out here to get autographs. They obviously come out to watch us play and see us in action, but they also want to interact with us.
If you want to be an actor because you want to be recognized on the street and have people ask you for autographs, look for another career. If you want to be an actor because you love being on stage and want to capture a person’s heart, go for it.
People ask me for autographs now and I think to myself: ‘Are you sure?’
My hand still shakes when I sign autographs. I still go and sit in the movies like everyone else and look up there and go ‘God! Movie stars! Wow!’ And I’m in this business. I walk out there just fascinated, and I always want to stay like that. I’m just a little kid going to these movies, and I don’t ever want to change.
I get photographers hiding in my bushes. We’re way past autographs. We’re into being stalked and followed.
Well, when you get into the business, what you have to realize is that signing autographs and getting ‘bothered’ is just part of the deal. It’s not a bother to me at all. That’s part of being an actor and that’s something you have to realize before you ever get into this business.
You have no idea the people I meet when I do these Comic-Cons. When I go sign autographs and say hello to people, I see everything!
When Bugs Bunny walks into rehab, people are going to turn and look. People at rehab were stealing my hats and pens and notebooks and asking for autographs. I couldn’t concentrate on my problem.