Cheyenne Jackson Quotes.
My very first tattoo was for my dog, Zora, who died in my arms in New York. Right where her heart stopped beating I got a “Z”.
People either love me or they think I’m obnoxious. I get that.
People may have said, “The dude’s gay; how are we going to market this?” But it’s not an issue for me, because being out is very freeing.
I’m a New Yorker; my oven is used for storage.
Initially, in starting to pick the songs for the live show, it was really a matter of picking songs that I loved over the years. As far as the album goes, it happened very naturally.
I always wanted to be on a great TV show and in a Broadway show and have a CD out, and the fact that they happened simultaneously is kind of an embarrassment of riches.
Theater dressing rooms are my home away from home – my second home, really.
I don’t like to watch myself. I can’t get into the story; I’m too critical.
I have huge legs, and I never show them – not because of false modesty, I’m just not comfortable.
I’m definitely drawn to things that are new, so something specifically for me would have been fun.
People know if you’ve got the goods, if you’re easy to work with, and if you can get the job done.
I’d love to be able to be invisible, because I like to eavesdrop.
I think God has a plan for all of us, and even if that plan includes Hell, its still a plan.
I really like the melody “Red Wine Is Good For My Heart” and people respond to it. I decided to put it on the album.
’30 Rock’ is the holy grail of comedy in my opinion.
The more it happens, the easier it is for others, although I do understand why some actors choose not to come out. I have several famous friends who are still in the closet.
Unfortunately, I suffer from insomnia, so my bedtime is as soon as I start to feel the least bit sleepy.
I have insomnia, and it’s hard for me to sit still for a long time. My mind is always “tick, tick, tick.”
I love ‘Glee.’
I think having a dog makes you more compassionate.
The devastating repercussions of hate-filled language manifest in very real ways for today’s LGBTQ youth.
You’ve just got to focus on what you have to do.