Manny Montana Quotes.
The last thing a real cop wants to do is write a ticket. That’s the truth.
I’ve only played gangsters and cops, and I always have to be serious.
You remember Donnie Brasco? It’s the most notorious undercover movie ever; it’s so street and so real. If you ever imagined yourself doing cop work, you imagined yourself getting pushed to that limit – seeing the furthest you can push yourself while still upholding the law.
People usually spend the first two months playing themselves up, not really being themselves. You waste those two months – and then they tell you, ‘You’re not who I was dating the first month!’
I get too involved with my job. If I was to do anything besides acting, I would be a fireman or a beat cop. I’d do a regular job.
I’m quiet and introverted, and I like to just be by myself a lot. I like to read, and just get away and surf.
If I was to do anything besides acting, I would be a fireman or a beat cop. I’d do a regular job.
If you’re driving, and a cop is behind you, you automatically think they’re going to pull you over, but cops have so much more going on than to think about pulling you over. The last thing a real cop wants to do is write a ticket. That’s the truth.
I’ve done a lot of TV, but not film.
You can’t always be the jokester and the doormat.
If I ever get the chance to do a football movie, that would be a dream come true.
I come from an area where it’s mostly, like, football and basketball, those are the sports. So my brother started surfing… I used to make fun of him for it, and then he challenged me to do it, and I’m a huge competitor, and I did it ,and I got hooked.
A lot of people that are always trying to be funny and “on” and performing are just hiding. It’s just a cover for what they really are and how they really feel.
I grew up a really shy kid, but I always surrounded myself with a lot funny people. It depends on the day – if I feel like being quiet, I will be. I’m not a complete goofball, though.
I grew up in the hood, and I was raised to hate cops. But then, I started to realize that they’re people, and they have lives, too.