Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Malibu Quotes from famous authors such as Christina Milian, Kevin Dillon, Roma Downey, Edd Byrnes, Josh Gordon. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I would love to go to a restaurant on the beach. And that could be in Miami or that could be in Malibu or Bahamas, Mexico.
I live out here in Malibu, where I can see the stars. So I want to get a really nice telescope so I can look at the stars a little bit more.
I have a home in Salt Lake, and I have a home in Malibu, at the beach.
It was hard to admit I had a problem when I still had money, property, prestige. How can I have a problem when I’m driving my new Mercedes, and it’s paid for, and I have a house at Malibu?
I chose to go on my own accord, my own thoughts, and thought it would be beneficial for me to go out to Cliffside in Malibu, Calif., and seek out some help and see what could be done.
Move to California. Malibu is paradise.
My collections are full of adaptable pieces: within the energetic lifestyle of L.A., they are able to take you from the beach in Malibu to the red carpet in Hollywood.
I love being in Malibu. It’s so cool there, and the water is just, it’s nice and, and I love the beach. And I found a sand dollar there.
Coming back to Guess is so natural for me; they’re my family. I always love being back, and to be able to come home and be in Malibu across the street from my high school shooting this campaign is absolutely amazing and just feels like the right thing.
If I’m in Malibu driving up and down Pacific Coast Highway, my ’68 Dodge Charger usually is what I like to drive.
Things that are unique and rare will cost a lot of money. Houses in East Hampton and Malibu will cost a lot of money because there just aren’t that many of them. The value of sports has appreciated because it’s the only thing that people have to watch live.
Working on ‘Malibu Country’ with Reba McEntire is truly a gift. She is one of the nicest people that I have ever had a the pleasure to be around. She is so professional and always on time and has it together. It really is a joy to be around her.
It’s fun to just get out there and have a nice conversation when I’m running. To be honest, when I do longer runs, the trail that I like to run up in Malibu has mountain lions, so I always feel I want to run with someone else.
There are portions of Malibu that are very remote; it’s like living in the country somewhere.
I couldn’t do any of my other characters, you know? But I could have done the lady. Church Lady’s Malibu Beach party is an idea I have for a movie, too. Yes.
Well, chainsaw art is when you pick up a log and carve a mermaid or a dolphin or dogs or bears or whatever. I saw some people doing it in Malibu in the early ’90s and I couldn’t get it out of my head.
I have a trainer, a really nice woman named Nina Greenberg, and she got me a training plan, and we go running in the canyons in Malibu. It’s just beautiful up there, absolutely gorgeous. You see bobcats up there sometimes.
I have two homes in Malibu, a home in Canada that I’m building, and I just love pouring my heart out into this part of my life.
I feel when you walk into somebody’s apartment on Fifth Avenue or house in Malibu and you see a Basquiat, a Warhol, a Richard Prince, you say to yourself, ‘$700,000, $2.2 million, $350,000…’ To me that is completely uninteresting. I’d rather go to a house where there’s great art and I have no idea who the work is by.
As much as I love beach holidays, I do really like to get out and about and explore. It’s why I like Los Angeles: because I can easily drive to Malibu or Santa Monica to see what they have to offer. I get itchy feet if I stay still too long in one place when I’m abroad.
I was a West Hollywood and Laurel Canyon girl for years, and it was so central that I felt like we’d moved to Portland when we came to Malibu, but now I can’t imagine living anywhere else. We have the best of all worlds, hilltop living, 15 minutes from town, with the beach at the bottom of the road.
I was watching ‘Mr. Roger’s Neighborhood’, ‘Sesame Street’, ‘Electric Company’, ‘Romper Room’, and ‘Villa Alegre!’ when I said to my self, ‘Hey, self! Wouldn’t it be fun to be one of those kids on the TV?’ My mom thought it was a pretty good idea, too… and she instantly moved us from the Bay Area to Malibu… nice.
I have always been a Malibu Man, like all actors.
When I’m, like, 30, I want to go off the map, have a family and live in Malibu with a farm, and just raise my own chickens.
L.A. prides itself on newness or being the last frontier or just not liking old things and tearing them down to build new things. But Malibu history is interesting to me. My mom’s family was one of the early families in California, so there’s history going back to the 1840s or ’50s.
I’ve participated in the Nautica Malibu Triathlon a couple of times, but only in the running portion.
I like a real beach. A crowded one, you know? People, towels, umbrellas. I hate those little private strips of sand you see up in Malibu.
Sharks will scare me. I went out to Malibu a couple of weeks ago. Beautiful, clear day, out in five feet of water, going to surf, and there was this big ol’ freakin’ leopard shark… I’m looking at him and I’m thinking, ‘OK, he won’t hurt me.’
I do live a weirdly divided life, because I’m not a Hollywood superstar, I don’t live on Malibu Beach, I don’t do massive ‘OK!’ spreads, I don’t go to premieres and parties that much.
I’m the Steven Spielberg of Malibu.