Gabrielle Union Quotes and its meanings

Gabrielle Union has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

Age Beauty Change Cool Experience Failure Family Fear Good Home Knowledge Mom Movies Nature Pet Respect Romantic Sports

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What does Gabrielle Union write about?

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What are the top most famous quotes by Gabrielle Union?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Gabrielle Union.

  • In Hollywood, you play a mom, and the next thing you know, you're on 'The Golden Girls.' They age you so fast.
  • Hollywood needs to recognise all shades of African American beauty.
  • I can't just say one time of the year I'm going to do something different. I have to commit to a lifestyle behavioral change and just try to be a little bit better today than I was yesterday.
  • I'm not going to change the world overnight. It's one person at a time, and hopefully they're people in positions of power who can help people get in those roles and really, truly embrace colorblind casting.
  • I think I'm drawn to more villain-type characters, because it's so cool to get to say all the things you want to say. In Hollywood, you get to this position where you have to bite your tongue so much. You take all your experiences of not being able to say what you really want to say, and channel that through your character.
  • I like directors who have worked as actors. They know the experience.
  • You get so afraid of failure and so afraid of losing and so afraid of not being the best that it's not a natural drive - it's born out of fear of failure. Which helps in Hollywood.
  • We give a lot of others significance in our lives even when they don't deserve it. It doesn't matter if they're family or if you've known them forever. If they're not good for you, they've got to go.
  • You want to come home to a nice firm bed with the corners tucked in so you start over, like each night is like a new night.
  • Drama can feel like therapy whereas comedy feels like there's been a pressure and a weight lifted off of you. You come to work and you laugh all day, you go home and you feel light and there's a certain feeling when you're sitting with the audience and they leave after 90 minutes and it's just pure escapism and they're happy.