30 Amazing Collection of Michael Ealy Quotes | The American Star

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Michael Ealy Quotes
Michael Ealy Quotes

Here is a rundown of 30 Amazing Collection of Michael Ealy Quotes | The American Star

Michael Ealy Quotes
Michael Ealy Quotes

I wasn’t smart enough to read relationship books when I was coming up. I learned everything the hard way.

Michael Ealy
Michael Ealy Quotes
Michael Ealy Quotes

I think we can continue to do as much protesting as we want. Systemic racism needs to be changed from within.

Michael Ealy
Michael Ealy Quotes
Michael Ealy Quotes

I would never sign on to a project that was male-bashing, because first and foremost I’m a man… what guy would sign on for that?

Michael Ealy

I think there’s a difference between making a feel-good movie like ‘Think Like a Man’ and a feel-good show like ‘Common Law.’ It’s not too heavy, it’s not too serious. You just walk away with a smile on your face. I think that makes people somewhat more endearing to you.

Michael Ealy
Michael Ealy Quotes
Michael Ealy Quotes

There’s something very beautiful and compelling about someone who has ambition and someone who knows what they want, but it can get a little frustrating at times, so I understand that. I have sympathy for that.

Michael Ealy
Michael Ealy Quotes
Michael Ealy Quotes

I was wondering if I could love another child as much as I love my son. And what I realized, within hours of my daughter being born, not only do I love her just as much if not more.

Michael Ealy
Michael Ealy Quotes
Michael Ealy Quotes

I think women should have insight as to how men think. Just like men should have insight into how women think.

Michael Ealy

Why aren’t there enough black cops out there? We need black cops to come in and educate some of the white cops who have issues.

Michael Ealy

If I feel like it’s a well-written script and if it speaks to me, it’s something I want to do. I usually rely on my instincts when it comes to a script.

Michael Ealy

I don’t live my life in a social way. I don’t put everything out on social media. I don’t live that reality lifestyle. At the same time, I’ve always been private, ever since I was in high school.

Michael Ealy

I would love to direct but I feel like directing is a whole separate craft and so I tend to respect it as a separate craft that I would need to study first. So, right now I’m still trying to do certain things as an actor and until I get bored of that or I feel completely fed by that then I’ll move into directing.

Michael Ealy

If you look at a lot of people’s careers, the first couple of movies, usually, are the most embarrassing.

Michael Ealy

The kind of issues that we face as detectives are similar to what the other married couples out there are facing, or the brother and sister, or the brother and brother are facing. Relationships are universal.

Michael Ealy

For me, it was a big challenge in playing an android that was almost human.

Michael Ealy

Any time you audition and get it, you earned it.

Michael Ealy

I feel like I’ve finally made it as an actor. I’ve been doing this for years and you don’t always make a movie that everybody likes.

Michael Ealy

I know the commitment that TV requires but it’s nice to come to work and have fun.

Michael Ealy

At the end of the day, the last thing I want to do is – well, anything. I just want to sleep. I crash out hard every day at ‘Common Law.’ I definitely lost a couple years of my life just on the fatigue factor on the first season.

Michael Ealy

I love going to see the theatre whether it’s a Broadway play or a Russian ballet company.

Michael Ealy

You know, a lot of actors I think go into acting for therapy from whatever trauma has affected them as children. But for me, I think I sought out the drama. That’s why I like doing what I do.

Michael Ealy

You have to have energy at hour 13, at hour 14, at hour 15 – comedy cannot be tired, cannot be lazy. You have to be ready to go; you have to have energy.

Michael Ealy

For the most part, I meet people who are like ‘I really like your work. I’m watching your career. I want to see you do well. Keep doing what you do.’ I get that so much, and it’s so reassuring. I often wish that so many people, who just work normal jobs, could get a pat on the back as much as I do, because it’s very complimentary.

Michael Ealy

The weightlifting was easy. The diet – no sugar, no salt, no carbs, way too much breast of chicken with no seasoning – that was the hardest.

Michael Ealy

I used to love the ‘Star Trek’ movies, ‘Wrath of Khan’ and stuff like that. Loved those movies when I was a kid. And ‘Star Wars’ obviously was hands-down probably – I mean I had the sheets. I was a big fan of that.

Michael Ealy

I can’t sing, like, I can’t saaang. I’m no Luther! That to me is singing. Being able to hit a note doesn’t mean you can sing.

Michael Ealy

My bank account has let me know that I’m a homeowner. Trust me.

Michael Ealy

I have two dream roles: One would be a biopic of someone I admire and respect and the other one would be some sort of action drama film similar to a ‘Bourne Identity.’ I just really want to do an intelligent action drama film.

Michael Ealy

I personally feel like I do look 28 – I never have seen anyone who told me I looked over 35.

Michael Ealy

There are people who are blond and blue-eyes who are walking through airports that are terrorists. There are people who look exactly like me who are terrorists.

Michael Ealy

I’ve always thought vampires were interesting because they live forever, they’re always well-financed, they dress well, you know what I mean? And they’re, like, cool. Usually vampire – you’ve never seen a broke vampire. Have you?

Michael Ealy

About Michael Ealy

Recognized for his lovely looks and deep personality, Michael Ealy honored the movie screen with his function in Barbershop (2002 ). From there he executed in several phase manufacturings, consisting of the Off-Broadway hits “Joe Fearless” as well as “Whoa-Jack”. He’s shown up in Showtime’s Soul Food (2000 ), on NBC’s Law & Order (1990) as well as the ABC sitcom Madigan Men (2000 ).

When he transferred to Los Angeles, he landed a lead role in “Barbershop” after a good friend informed him concerning it. Furthermore, he showed up in Kissing Jessica Stein (2001) as well as Jerry Bruckheimer’s Bad Company (2002 ), guided by Joel Schumacher. The all-natural, blue-eyed actor can be seen in HBO’s Baseball Wives (2002 ).

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