Words matter. These are the best Joe Keery Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
Everyone thinks they’re the hero in their own story.
When I first auditioned for ‘Stranger Things,’ I was just living in Chicago. Just looking for a job. Working at a restaurant, doing commercials and bit parts on shows. I honestly would have been happy booking anything.
I don’t wash my hair really too much, and I just roll out of bed and try to push it out of my eyes.
All of the John Carpenter movies scared the crap out of me when I was a kid.
I went to DePaul University Theatre School in Chicago, Illinois.
Cate Blanchett is somebody who’s transformed herself in so many different ways and worked with so many amazing actors and directors. If I was gonna model my career after somebody’s, it would definitely be hers.
I’ve primarily worked with actors the same age as me for the past four years, so working with somebody who is 10 years younger than me, you learn a whole different set of skills.
Mostly, people want to take pictures sometimes of me, or they’ll say, ‘Hey.’ That’s been kinda cool.
I’ve never been on a date.
I was pretty obsessed with ‘Saturday Night Live.’
I’d say that every haircut I’ve had has been a bad haircut.
I definitely wasn’t a perfect person in high school. That is the time to make mistakes, especially with significant others and also with friends.
I really liked sports and athletic stuff, but I was a total nerd.
Certain things will always hurt: rejection, or loss.
Everybody’s asking me what type of shampoo I use, and I’m like… 4 years of buildup right here.
I’ve been doing both music and acting since I was pretty little. Just for fun. Being able to peruse both professionally is the greatest thing in the whole world.
The music that I really jive with is the ELO sound and maybe Wings as well.
I had friends – and I had situations – where you spend so much time hanging out with your girlfriend that you lose touch with other people. You only really have this one person – and when that person starts to let go, you almost feel like you need to clamp on even harder, you know?
Some people say, ‘Oh, you look just like the guy from ‘Stranger Things.’ And I’m like, ‘I am the guy.’ And they think I’m totally joking.
A lot of people don’t expect people to live in Chicago. But Chicago is a sick city.
People have always been like, ‘You’ve got a wild head of hair!’
To put it simply, people who are strangers to me will come up and say, ‘Are you that guy from that show?’ I’ll be like, ‘Yeah,’ and they’ll say, ‘Oh, nice job.’ And really, for the most part, it’s people showing appreciation for the work you’ve done.