Words matter. These are the best Zach Braff Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I think I felt compelled in a way because if I hadn’t written the part, I never would have been offered the part. There are at least 10 guys who would have been offered the part before me.
I’m putting myself out there in a way I don’t know if I ever have before.
I think I suffer from some mild depression.
I’m a person who likes these sort of movies… sad but moving ‘art movies’ that normally are at a festival and then they go to a small art house theater and disappear.
I’d always fantasized about writing a new play. Even when I had all this success in television, what I was daydreaming about in my dressing room is that one day I would do it.
I always liked the story of Noah’s Ark and the idea of starting anew by rescuing the things you like and leaving the rest behind.
That image is a couple different people’s homes that I knew growing up.
Everyone has an idea that they think would be a great movie. Everyone has a cousin who they think you should work with.
In theater or movies you see either ‘I’m religious’ or ‘I’m an atheist.’ I’ve never seen too much discussion of ‘I believe there’s a higher power but I’m hesitant to reach out to him because I don’t know if I’m worthy of his attention.’
I know every politician spins the truth a little.
I went to film school and wanted to learn everything there was about making movies.
It used to be that you came out of school, and you got married – those who were going to get married. But my peers are getting married in their early 30s, so now there’s like this extra 10 years of that angst.
I’m sure lots of actors and creative people go through this, where you have some weeks where it’s all going according to plan and some weeks where you’re super frustrated.
In fifth grade, we had to write a story and read it in front of the class. When I read mine out, the class were just belly laughing. And I remember being like, ‘This is the coolest!’ So I want to dedicate my life to trying to make people laugh. I can’t imagine doing anything else.
I love ‘Scrubs.’ It’s the best day job in the world.
My mother’s a psychologist, my stepfather’s a psychologist, my stepmother is a therapist and my dad’s a lawyer. So it was all prominent in my life. I don’t know anyone who doesn’t know someone on some form of prescription medicine.
The way I write is that I’ll actually have a conversation out loud with myself. In a weird way, I just kind of get schizophrenic and play two characters.
I think a lot of people are drawn to seeing people that want to be better. We see it in ourselves.
I think in a play it’s wise to just sit back and watch other actors and be able to shape it from the audience.
I had no interest in sports so I didn’t make friends in that traditional way where kids are in public school and they go and they join clubs, and play sports. So I kind of had to find my own way to make friends and get attention and so I just was the class clown.
They put all this money into these huge films and then no one goes to see them. That sort of shows they’re out of touch. Then everyone in town passes on my little movie and it does really well.
I have no desire to make money off musicians. I just want to promote them because I want to share music.
I always encourage over-tipping if you can afford it because… share the wealth.
I procrastinate so much and I get distracted by anything.
I had a very funny family.
I said, I’m on this TV show and I love doing it, but I don’t want to be known always as the silly ‘Scrubs’ guy… So part of me was like, You know what? Life’s short. Let’s go for it.
I’m by no means condemning prescription medicine for mental health. I’ve seen it save a lot of people’s lives.
Actually when I gave out the script, I gave it with a CD of all the music I wanted to put in the movie, and again, we never thought we’d get all that music.
I want to take piano lessons, I want to study at university, I want to travel, I want to do other parts, make another movie.
I didn’t necessarily have a total idea when I was writing the movie of where everything was going. I just wanted to have really realistic dialogue and write like people I knew talked. I tried to keep it very real.
Everyone has a warped vision of Hollywood and what success in Hollywood is like.
I was kosher until I had my Bar Mitzvah, and I parlayed officially becoming a man into telling my father I wanted to eat cheeseburgers.
I am really driven, but my drive doesn’t effect the conversations I have in my head about life, and my worries and fears and insecurities.