Top 33 Kent Quotes

Words matter. These are the best Kent Quotes from famous people such as Damon Dash, Heather Cox Richardson, Gene Luen Yang, Jim Lee, Chris Smalling, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.

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My favorite record was the one I produced with Clark Kent.
Damon Dash
The roots of Nixon’s political descent lay at least as far back as May 1970, when the shooting of four young Americans at Kent State University began to turn the president’s moderate supporters against him.
Heather Cox Richardson
I think there is always romantic tension between Lois Lane and Clark Kent.
Gene Luen Yang
There was something special and unique about the love triangle that existed between Clark Kent, Superman and Lois Lane.
Jim Lee
I was born in London but, after my dad passed away, we moved to Kent for a fresh start.
Chris Smalling
When you look at Clark Kent when he’s working at the Daily Planet, he’s a reporter. He doesn’t fly through the air in his glasses and his suit.
Gene Simmons
Curtis Martin just has to be Curtis Martin, and whatever that is, that’s good enough. He doesnt have to be Clark Kent or Lois Lane.
Herm Edwards
Romney Marsh remains one of the last great wildernesses of south-east England. Flat as a desert, and at times just as daunting, it is an odd, occasionally eerie wetland straddling the coastal borders of Kent and Sussex, rich in birds, local folklore and solitary medieval churches.
David Hewson
When National Guardsmen shot four unarmed students at Kent State, virtually the entire system of higher education shuddered and stopped.
Nancy Gibbs
Yes, I was a parish priest for five years. I was a curate in a large working class parish in Bristol and the Vicar of a village in Kent.
John Polkinghorne
When I lived in Whitstable, Kent, I used a Harvester all the time in Herne Bay and people used to say, ‘I didn’t expect to see you in here.’ Why wouldn’t I be in here?
Gregg Wallace
It is a part of my personality, but not the full circle. That character that you see is ‘The Situation.’ It’s not Michael Sorrentino. You’re seeing ‘The Situation,’ almost like Clark Kent and Superman.
Michael Sorrentino
I was a writer. I wrote on the show. We were in the writer’s room and by about episode five, I started to think: ‘I really understand Roy Kent. I really understand Roy Kent. I think Roy Kent is within me.’
Brett Goldstein
Tyler Kent was a horrible man. He was a rabid anti-communist who believed that the Jews had been behind the Russian Revolution.
Adam Curtis
‘Turn to Stone’ was written about the Nixon administration and the Vietnam War and the protesting that was going on and all of that. It’s a song about frustration. Also, I attended Kent State.
Joe Walsh
Well, the senators I’ve enjoyed working with the most would be Ted Kennedy and Kent Conrad, because they were both either chairman or ranking member of the committee I was chairman or ranking member of. And in both instances they were just great people to work with.
Judd Gregg
I spent my entire childhood in the same town, in Kent. I went to grade school there. There was a boarding school that my mother taught at, called – appropriately enough – Kent School, that I went to. Yeah, pretty much my entire childhood was spent in that town.
Seth MacFarlane
I love to see a wood full of bluebells. Growing up in the Kent countryside, I have special memories of this brief annual spectacle.
Gary Hume
I did modern English and American literature at Kent University, with no Chaucer and no Middle English: a perfect course.
Gavin Esler
Surprisingly, it was not an American but a British company that opened an amusement park in 2007 called Dickens World, located in the English county of Kent, complete with an Ebenezer Scrooge Haunted House, a Great Expectations Boat Ride and the as-advertised ‘costumed Dickensian characters.’
Matthew Pearl
I’d love to live in Kent but it’s all a question of work.
Jo Brand
The Lighthouse’ couldn’t have been made without this kind of freedom that is allowed to some filmmakers to be able to play around with genre. Jennifer Kent’s ‘Nightingale’ is more horrific than any horror movie – but also, I don’t think you could make that movie without this kind of freedom.
Robert Eggers
I was always performing as a child, and then I was determined to act and sing and dance, so I travelled for miles every day to go from home in Kent into London.
Kelly Brook
I grew up in Gillingham in Kent, and my dad commuted to Victoria Station every day. I remember travelling in with him one day and the noise, the people, and the heat leaving me wide-eyed and grinning.
Douglas Hodge
My daughter arrived when I was five months pregnant with my son. We adopted Melanie from Korea; she was 2 years old, almost 3. I always wanted to have a family. I had a good example because Melissa Hayden was a ballerina in our company, and she had two children and danced afterward, and Allegra Kent also did.
Patricia McBride
Tyler Kent himself is weird and mesmerising – but still unrepentantly anti-Semitic.
Adam Curtis
When I was seventeen, I left Scotland to go to Kent, a well-to-do boarding school in Connecticut, where there was a contingent of really naughty kids.
KT Tunstall
By no means am I as moral as Clark Kent, by no means at all. I made a lot of mistakes and done a lot of things that are in no way, shape, or form Superman- or Clark Kent-esque. But generally, I live my life that way and try to.
Dean Cain
I’d have to say that Nixon feels like the public figure who most dominated my life – from the time I went to fourth grade wearing a Nixon-Lodge button in the fall of 1960, through my college years, which overlapped with Kent State, Cambodia, the China trip and all the rest.
Thomas Mallon
My friends call me Clark Kent: I’m known to change in phone booths.
Dylan Lauren
Five of my father’s seven siblings made their bones as engineers or technologists, and some of his best buddies – David Woods, Elijah Kent, Weldon Staton – carved out successful engineering careers at Langley.
Margot Lee Shetterly
I went to Kent State basically to avoid going to Vietna

I went to Kent State basically to avoid going to Vietnam, I had no idea what I was doing in the world. I was lost, and trying not to get into a fight every day.
Mark Mothersbaugh
I wanted to restore an ancient house in Kent, and that’s what I did. It was a heap – this Tudor building with the beams painted lime green, so hideous. And I had this idea that I’d love the small village life, with the Range Rover and the dogs and baking cookies for the Y.W.C.A. But then it got so boring.
Christine McVie