Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Tony Hale Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
If a D.C. event doesn’t have crab cakes, it’s low-rent and you need to flee.
I was a creative kid; I wasn’t really into sports, and sports in the South are a pretty big deal. It’s like a religion down there.
What I always got excited about with ‘Arrested Development’ was the element of surprise.
Look, if I ever stop being grateful for gigs, I just need to stop. Because this business is… you know, it’s just so kind of job-to-job, and the fact that I’ve continued working… I’m just incredibly thankful for it. And I never, ever take it for granted.
I’m sounding like Oprah, but if you’re not practicing contentment where you are now, you’re not getting contentment when you get what you want.
When I booked ‘Arrested Development,’ which was a fantastic job, and I was working with an amazing cast and some of the best writing I’ve ever done, I still found myself looking for the next thing.
I think, probably like a lot of people, I kind of root for the underdog.
The only bipartisan place in D.C. is Brooks Brothers.
I remember when I was watching ‘Lost,’ which I loved. I didn’t know what was going on, but I still loved it.
It’s very rare to have rehearsal time on a television show: You get scripts, you show up, and you do it.
I didn’t act at all in college.
My character on ‘Veep’ doesn’t have an ounce of rebellion.
I don’t think this business encourages you to be present. This is a business that’s always pushing you to think about your next thing.
Even if a kid doesn’t go into acting or the arts like I did, some kids need that environment to find themselves and find what they love to do.
What’s fascinating about D.C., the exteriors are these elaborate structures, this gorgeous architecture and beautiful stonework, and then you go inside and it’s crap-looking – apart from the White House, which is beautiful.
My dad was in the Army, and we moved, I think, eight times before I was in the seventh grade. We landed in Tallahassee when my dad retired from the Army and started working for the state.
It’s always a surprise! This business is always an adventure.
I remember kids in high school and middle school who – I was kind of an insecure mess – I think there were those kids who really stepped out and paid attention to the kids that weren’t as popular, and I see those kids as leaders.
I’ve had the opportunity to do a wide range of stuff, a lot of different characters and they’ve all had their own kind of thing.
‘Veep’ has been one of the best rides of my life.
I’m doing ‘Alvin and the Chipmunks.’ I get to play the bad guy. That’s a nice change of pace.
What would be a show that I would rescue? If I could bring anything back, it would be ‘The Carol Burnett Show’. Tim Conway is just… I just watched him so many times do stuff over and over. He’s just so amazing.