Words matter. These are the best Millionaire Quotes from famous people such as Sam Fender, Jason Ritter, Too Short, Gina Rinehart, James Earl Jones, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
When I was about 18, I started playing restaurants for £150 a night. I felt like a millionaire.
The only reason I ever do an independent film is that I believe in it, and I think it has something special to offer. I’m certainly not doing it to be a millionaire.
I could not have been a rapper in 1985 and thought, ‘I want to be a millionaire.’ That was not a realistic dream.
There is no monopoly on becoming a millionaire. If you’re jealous of those with more money, don’t just sit there and complain – do something to make more money yourself.
The goal wasn’t to be a millionaire or to be a Hollywood star. That was not the goal. The goal was something about – the goal was to find the goal, but I knew where it was.
Everything big-budget or stereotypical I was offered after ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ was a huge no-no.
Everyone’s a millionaire where promises are concerned.
I will write a couple of books and become a millionaire.
If someone’s intimidated by me, that’s something they have to deal with. When I walk down the streets of New York and an old woman grabs her purse when I pass by, I’m not going to give it a whole lot of energy because I’m not in the wrong. I’m a millionaire, and I’m not thinking about grabbing an old woman’s purse.
San Francisco is a city of twenty-something millionaire white kids named Doug.
I am the first millionaire in my family.
I think that I altered history in ‘Elizabeth,’ and I interpreted history far more than Danny Boyle or Richard Attenborough did to ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ or ‘Gandhi.’ They took Indian novels or Indian characters and very much stayed within the Indian diaspora.
I don’t think I’m a millionaire, but I’m comfortable.
You do stand-up because you have to do it. If you’re doing it to become ‘famous,’ you’re wrong. If you’re doing it to become a millionaire, you’re doing it for the wrong reasons. In 2003, I was flat broke. I’d been doing stand-up for 14 years at that point. I loved it and just kept at it.
Thanks to the Japanese and Geronimo, John Wayne became a millionaire.
I’m not a very big fan of ‘Slumdog Millionaire.’ I think it’s visually brilliant. But I have problems with the story line. I find the storyline unconvincing.
There are few shows on television as strong and iconic as ‘Millionaire.’
Imagine someone with $10 finding a classroom project that speaks to them personally, seeing where their money is going, and realizing that they don’t need to be a millionaire to make a difference.
I don’t hate redheads! The millionaire men – wealthy men – never pick them. Every time I offer them they say no. I could say the most gorgeous redhead in the world and they’ll say no, they don’t want it. Now if you ask an Irish guy in Ireland, he says ‘yes,’ because that’s indigenous to that country.
We can’t deny that films have a bigger reach. After the popularity of the ‘Slumdog Millionaire,’ a lot of people started reading Vikas Swarup’s ‘Q & A’. From a business sense, films are a good tool to increase the number of readers.
I’ve said this before: a homeless guy in Detroit has more mojo than a millionaire in Jacksonville.
Celador always ask me to do their shows, and I turned down ‘Millionaire.’ I couldn’t have done it as well as Chris Tarrant, or at least I couldn’t have done it any better.
Anything can be changed. Anything can be fixed. Things that are broken can be fixed. And you don’t have to be some billionaire or millionaire to do it. You just have to be a person with a vision and the passion to do it, and be willing to fight for it every day.
If you look at the people who make up the Bravo landscape from Jeff Lewis to Rachel Zoe and Padma Lakshmi and Tabatha Coffey and the ‘Millionaire Matchmaker,’ these are very strong personalities that people love to watch and that you… don’t see anywhere else.
If I had a dollar for every time somebody said, ‘I don’t understand: how can you be a Democrat and be a Christian?’ I’d be a millionaire.
Cory Booker became a millionaire because this is how the economy works for people of his class: Rich people give other rich people money to do nothing, simply because they ‘deserve’ it.
I come from being poor to a millionaire and I’ve seen the way cops treated people in my neighborhood. If you have a name, or you have a face, the treatment is different.
I’d like to date another millionaire. I’ve never done that.
If you use your time well and you have your health you are already a millionaire and everything else is secondary.
It’s upsetting to me that you have to be a millionaire to invest in your friend’s start-up.
I will never be a millionaire, and I don’t want to be.
The question is – did Richard Attenborough have a right to make ‘Gandhi?’ And did Danny Boyle have a right to make ‘Slumdog Millionaire?’ Quite honestly, if they didn’t have the right to make these films, I had no right to make ‘Elizabeth.’
Before I got married, I had a girlfriend who ran off in the middle of our relationship with a millionaire. She called from the South of France and said, ‘I found one, I’m sorry. That’s it. Goodbye!’
‘Slumdog Millionaire’ is a fairy tale, but it starts in a place you really believe, and that came from spending two months wandering around the slums picking up stories and talking to people.
Before you can become a millionaire, you must learn to think like one. You must learn how to motivate yourself to counter fear with courage. Making critical decisions about your career, business, investments and other resources conjures up fear, fear that is part of the process of becoming a financial success.
The casting of ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ is a dream. Anil Kapoor, as the sleazy TV host, diamonds winking in his earlobes, has never been better; the quietly understated Irrfan Khan turns in another bravura performance as the police inspector whose questioning brings out Jamal’s story.
Every time some spoiled European soccer millionaire complains about the blaring vuvuzelas, I want them to blare louder.
I was never money conscious. I would never have succeeded if I thought I was going to be a millionaire.
David Robinson chose to stay at Navy. He talked about commitment, loyalty and values. I wonder how many of us would choose these virtues rather than the chance of becoming a millionaire, especially if you were a college sophomore when you had to make that choice.
I find it funny how people from Boston and New York hate each other because of pro teams. But, like, everyone on the Red Sox is a random millionaire athlete from somewhere else.
On one of my last days at school, the headmaster said I would either end up in prison or become a millionaire. That was quite a startling prediction, but in some respects, he was right on both counts!
When you’re a kid, you want to be a millionaire.
If you earned money listening to music, I’d be a millionaire.
I became a millionaire overnight by signing a piece of paper. I made more money in that one second than my entire family did in their lifetime.
I think my father would have become a millionaire if he had grown up in South Korea or the United States… Almost anywhere else, business would have been my father’s vocation. But in North Korea, it was simply a means to survive.
Just don’t spend your money, and you’re well on your way to becoming a millionaire.
I’m not a paranoid deranged millionaire.
There are three reasons why I live in Scotland. First, I like silence, and you have to be a millionaire to buy silence in Italy. Second, I like cold weather. Third, in Italy I have too many relatives and know too many people, so I never get a quiet time.
Nothing matters more than your health. Healthy living is priceless. What millionaire wouldn’t pay dearly for an extra 10 or 20 years of healthy aging?
Acting has always been very boring to me. Anyone not in television to become a millionaire is a simpleton.
I’m not the kind that could lead the millionaire lifestyle. I’ve got a truck, and I’ve got my bike. I’ve got a lovely Labrador and two kitty-cats. I live very modestly.
When they asked me what charity I wanted to play for on ‘Who Wants to be a Millionaire?’ the first thing that came to my mind was that this would be a great opportunity to let people know about TOPSoccer.
There are loads of fan sites for the ‘Edge,’ including deviant art, song lyrics using ‘Edge’ language, multiple entries on Wikipedia, there are even some ‘Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?’ games all about the ‘Edge.’
By 25, I was a millionaire.
I get invited to many more literary festivals than I used to because I’m associated with ‘Slumdog Millionaire,’ the brand. Many more doors have opened up for me as a result of the global success of the film, although I believe that I’m the same person that existed before it.
My mum’s financial plan is: Romesh becomes a millionaire.
I was one of the shortlisted girls for the female lead of the Oscar-winning film ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ along with Freida Pinto.
Being a best-selling author doesn’t make you a millionaire. It’s not like Stephen King.
I’m way too famous and rich to be on a dating app, but if I get very desperate by the time I’m 60, I’ll go on Tinder. Or I’ll go on ‘Millionaire Matchmaker’; I’ll call Patti Stanger.
My father built a small business from scratch with years and years of sweat equity and many, many weeks away from home. He employed about 50 people, and by the end of his working years, the business was highly successful. He became a millionaire.
Above all, Danny Boyle’s ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ is the work of an artist at the peak of his powers. India is his palette, and Mumbai – that teeming ‘maximum city’, with 19 million strivers on the make, jostling, scheming, struggling and killing for success – is his brush.
‘City of God’ and ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ are both films that I really like, but they are stylistically the opposite of what I wanted to do.
I used to say the wealthiest among us have to pay our fair share, which I still occasionally say. That’s not dodging the word ‘millionaire.’
Right after my Twin Towers walk, I was approached by hundreds of people, and I said no to all the offers. I could have become a millionaire overnight, obviously, but I said no, and I continue to be uninterested.
I want a man who’s kind and understanding. Is that too much to ask of a millionaire?
I borrowed 100 pounds and made the pact with God: Make me a millionaire – and you can have half of my money.
My biggest inspiration was the music of Slumdog Millionaire.’ The music that Rahman tried had such an Indian sound, but that didn’t stop it from winning two Oscars.
Drake was a fan before a friend. He already was a Cash Money millionaire. When opportunity came, maybe we put the most on the table. That was my thinking because I just thought that this was a very talented young man. We saw a future with him, so it was about him being comfortable.
If it weren’t for baseball, many kids wouldn’t know what a millionaire looked like.
India has 2,000,000 gods and worships them all. In religion, all other countries are paupers; India is the only millionaire.
‘Slumdog Millionaire’ was as good or as bad any Bollywood film. If I had to rate it, I would give it just 5.5 points out of 10. Unlike others, I am not gung-ho about the film winning so many Oscars. Yes, I am happy that I was a part of the project, but I am yet to figure out why it got so many Oscars.
Some things are very low profile, but if they excite me creatively, I accept them. Sometimes there are high-profile projects, and you have to do it. We all have human limitations. It is a painful decision to turn things down. Even accepting ‘Slumdog Millionaire’ was a decision that I had to sacrifice another project.
The struggle to write with profundity of emotion and at the same time to live like a millionaire so exhausted F. Scott Fitzgerald that he was at last brought down to the point where he could no longer be both a good writer and a decent person.
I’m a millionaire, I’m a multi-millionaire. I’m filthy rich. You know why I’m a multi-millionaire? ‘Cause multi-millions like what I do.
When we did Dynasty, it was the clothes. I think the clothes affected every woman around the world. I got so many letters, I think we made the designer a millionaire!