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I wish I'd known that one day the geek would inherit the Earth.
I suppose I just like being arty. That's all. Arty.
Keep going and don't give up. You're doing wonderfully. You'll know how to fly this thing eventually.
I'd say, don't listen to what anyone says: you're good. Go put your anorak on. Get your thick bottle-top specs. Draw your little cartoons and your comics and keep writing to the BBC.
I love people where, at the end of the day, they'll pick up a paintbrush and paint clouds. They can physically make things.
There is no such thing as too much swearing. Swearing is just a piece of linguistic mechanics. The words in-between are the clever ones.
I'm not an extravagant man. The fact that I can have a coffee out whenever I want still makes me feel grateful.
I found American actors quite scary because they're brilliant actors and brilliantly funny, and they never stopped once you wound them up... off they went and they just deliver fantastic stuff.
Every viewer who ever turned on Doctor Who has taken him into his heart. He belongs to all of us.
The older I get, the more I think lightness of touch is an incredibly difficult thing to do.
A girl once came to my beery flat in Kensal Green, opened the blinds and cooked me breakfast. I married her.
My family has to be very patient living with me, if you're playing a part that's not you. You have to get it right.
'Doctor Who' belongs to all of us. Everybody makes 'Doctor Who.'
I haven't played Doctor Who since I was 9 on the playground.
It's weathered many a storm, but the British film industry is, thankfully, still afloat.
I think that people like the idea that fans are sort of slightly eccentric and strange, but generally I've just found them very creative and warm and cheerful.
I'm pretty good for an old geek.
A little showbiz never hurt anyone.
Real heroes are all around us and uncelebrated.
I'm a huge fan of The Sopranos, and suddenly, you find yourself going one-to-one with this guy who you've been watching for years, watching every flicker in his eye and every detail on his face.
I hate restaurants that play music. You come out for a quiet meal, and you're supposed to put up with all this booming. Why? It's madness!
When I first came to London, I loved hanging around in cafes, smoking, scribbling, dreaming. It was life-affirming and fun.
I'm sure if Shakespeare were alive today, he'd be doing classic guitar solos on YouTube.
If you actually have to engage with somebody who's superior to you and actually battle with them, struggle with them, I think it's more interesting, and funnier for the audience.
I'm so lucky to have worked with Burt Lancaster, who I remember was one of the first people I'd heard swearing in a really interesting way.
We had our British background of traditional theatre behind us.
I can't imagine I'll be the new George Clooney. That's not really in the cards.
Chris Addison is a stand-up comic, but his ability to act is extraordinary, to be so natural, I've taken 25 years just getting to that level.
The difference between movies and TV is that in TV you have to have a trauma every week, but that event may not be the biggest event in the characters' lives.
If you travel in time and space, most of the people you know and love will eventually be gone. But you'll also be able to go and find them again.
I don't remember 'Doctor Who' not being part of my life, and it became a part of growing up, along with The Beatles, National Health spectacles, and fog. And it runs deep. It's in my DNA.
Being asked to play 'The Doctor' is an amazing privilege. Like the Doctor himself I find myself in a state of utter terror and delight. I can't wait to get started.
A year after winning the Oscar, almost to the day, I was directing a dog food commercial.
I wake up in the morning, and I go, 'I'm Doctor Who! I'm playing Doctor Who. I'm Doctor Who.'
Believe it or not, one teacher used to call me a giant spastic for not being able to play football.
We don't consider the Wizard of Oz or Father Christmas to be too old. They're still magical characters, and the fact they've been around the block only adds to their magic.
My family know not to get me any tech for Christmas. I can never get it to work, and it all becomes very tearful and pressurised.