Words matter. These are the best Ross Kemp Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
The one thing that I’m absolutely sure about is that the people of Gaza aren’t going anywhere. And neither are the people of Israel.
Many areas of Los Angeles have gang problems.
When I was an actor, I was part of a team, which I loved. You are a part inside something which is larger.
I have seen incredible bravery from very young guys, the young generation that people write off.
I do dream about Afghanistan. I wake up and think I’m still there.
The welfare system was designed to do something different when it was started than what it does now. It was a safety net to help people get back to work: if they were sick, it would help them get back.
I think we have always had a fascination for gangs and gangsters, and I think we always will.
When checking in at an airport, no matter how rude the check-in person is to you, always smile and be nice because you don’t know what kind of day they’ve had. You are going on holiday and they’re stuck wherever they are. Be nice to them because they can re-route your baggage to wherever they feel like.
I would never ever talk about my own personal life in an interview.
It’s an odd feeling, knowing someone is trying to kill you. On the front line, you learn quickly that if you’re in the path of a bullet, you will get hit.
There is no such thing as the worst gang because they’re all pretty bad. It is very difficult to classify them in terms of who is worse than the other because they all have pretty bad things associated with them.
I didn’t even watch the soaps when I was in them because it’s like a coal miner coming home and staring at the coal scuttle – I was never a great lover of watching myself act.
Sunglasses are a bit like watches for me – a real obsession. My favourites are Oakleys, Ray-Bans and Wileys, which are worn by the U.S. military.
I’ve always had a lot of time for servicemen. Yet there’s been this bad relationship between civilians and the armed services. We say to soldiers, ‘We want you when we want you, but stay away in peacetime. We’re proud of you, but keep away from my daughter and don’t come drinking in my pub.’
I really hate people who feel their private lives should be paraded, and there are magazines like ‘Hello!,’ ‘OK’ and ‘Bella’ totally devoted to this.
I don’t think you should go into politics until you can stand on your own two feet economically, if possible, and you know enough about the world.
War is not cheap, but it’s the human cost that’s the highest.
On my travels around the world, I’ve met people in countries where democracy doesn’t exist and if it does, they are intimidated into voting in a certain way.
I’m an old git now, so I would say this, but television was better when there were less channels. There was more concentration and selection in terms of the output.
People-trafficking is modern day slavery. There are more slaves today than there were at the height of the slave trade.