Words matter. These are the best Rob James-Collier Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I went to Huddersfield University Business School. That’s where I learned my trade.
You know if something is good because you remember the lines because it is written so well. The rhythm of the speech is spot on.
If I had a comfort blanket, I wouldn’t have been as passionate and driven.
I would like to do theatre because it scares me, and I think you should do things that scare you.
Most actors will tell you that villains are the most interesting to play.
Because you’ve done the horrible jobs, it gives you an even grittier determination to succeed.
Being in ‘Coronation Street’ is only going to make me a better actor.
I got into acting for the different scenarios and roles and meeting different people.
Obviously, I play a villain in ‘Downton Abbey’. As an actor, you want to get a variety of roles, so to be offered the part of Joe, it was perfect.
People identify with being heartbroken. We’ve all been heartbroken, haven’t we? I’ve been dumped, and it feels horrible.
America does not like people being not nice to dogs.
If you rile a tiger, he’s going to show his claws.
It’s hard being gay in Edwardian times.
I think because of my background – I went through university and did an academic career and fell into acting – I’ve never had a game plan for my career because I got into it quite ad hoc.
My dad doesn’t watch ‘Coronation Street.’ But my mum is a massive fan. I’d like to think my dad will watch it for a few token episodes, as I’m in it.
Particularly with internships, you have to work for a year with no money. How on Earth are you going to finance that?
Before ‘Coronation Street,’ I was a jobbing actor, and after it, I’m a jobbing actor again.
If you’re going to kiss a man, let it be a beautiful man like Ed Speleers.