I don't think playing a villain is my greatest talent.
As for lawyers, it's more fun to play one than to be one.
Shakespeare is the one who gets re-interpreted most frequently.
I think the bait for doing something really is always the part.
If I have to be typecast, I'd like it to be as Abraham Lincoln.
I've been able to do things that allow me to hold my head up and still be popular.
The bad guys don't always get punished and the good guys are not necessarily pure.
Obviously the first roles that you're proud of are the ones that everybody else liked too.
I'm sort of obsessed with the news. That is a syndrome. But I don't watch a whole lot of TV.
I came to New York in 1962 and it began to look like I might he able to make a living in 1972.