Frank Oz Quotes & Sayings

26 most famous Frank Oz quotes and sayings. These are the first 10 quotes we have for him. He's a 72 year old American actor born on May 25, 1944.

Frank Oz Quotes
“I don't buy diamonds, I don't buy cars, but I enjoy travelling. I'm not a very possessive person as far as things go.”
Frank Oz Quotes
“The more work I do, the more important it is to work with people I like - who are very talented.”
Frank Oz Quotes
“Well, Hollywood isn't made up of individual studio heads anymore. It's made of corporations. And corporations are looking for the bottom line. They don't want to take chances. They want the money back for stockholders.”
Frank Oz Quotes
“Always two there are, a master and an apprentice.”
Frank Oz Quotes
“I look back on my work and I think, 'Oh, why didn't I do that differently?'”
Frank Oz Quotes
“The biggest problems with movies are expectations.”
Frank Oz Quotes
“I'd like to read a book sometime. I've never read a book before. That'd be an adventure. I understand they have pages and everything. Yeah, I've got to do that sometime.”
“Hope and Crosby made seven 'Road' movies, starting in 1940 with 'Road to Singapore.' The movies were always about Crosby and Hope fleeing America and finding Dorothy Lamour in some exotic location. Bob's character was cocky and cowardly; Bing's character was smooth and unruffled. They were great characters - lousy, lovable guys.”
“I have no idea what a British sensibility or a British sense of humor is. I have no concept of what that is. I have no concept of what American sensibility is. I was born in Great Britain, but I was only there for six months, and we moved to Belgium, where I grew up.”
“I was born in Hereford, England, in 1944. We moved when they had an opportunity to get a visa, about 1950. My dad always thought Europe was a bit too small for him. He wanted to see the United States... The typical immigrant story. He wanted a better life for his children, too. He always tried to get the visa, and it didn't come up.”

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