Find the best quotes by Bruce Forsyth.
When I was a child, life felt so slow because all I wanted to do was get into show business. Each day seemed like a…
Some people hate the sight of me as soon as they see me on television. They loathe the look of me, and I accept that…
Once you’ve experienced the warmth of an audience, the achievement of getting your first laugh, and entertaining them, singing or playing piano, it just keeps…
Not working is bad for you. It is my drug, it gives me a high; most performers will tell you that. And there is nothing…
My biggest regret is that my mother didn’t see me walk on to that London Palladium stage, being the star she always wanted me to…
Lots of people come up to me and call me Sir Bruce now. Interviewers call me Sir with every question, but I never make a…
I’ve always been a family entertainer. Every show I have done has been suitable for any age – parents never need to worry that, if…
I hate the term ‘arm candy.’ But, look, a woman’s figure is a beautiful thing, and if she has shapely legs, then she should show…
All kids love to get dirty, but if I wandered into the garage, my father would say: ‘Son, you’re not going to have filthy hands…
When you’ve been brought up in variety, I think timing is always important in your life. If I’m ever late for anything, whether it’s personal…
When I was in the business as a young performer, it was a recognised fact that when you got to 60 you were out, because…
Probably more than anybody else, I loved Nat ‘King’ Cole as a performer – not only his singing but his piano playing. Whenever he had…
I do lead a careful diet, I don’t overeat, I have fruit and vegetables every day and I drink a lot of water. And my…
You can only be as good as your audience. Sometimes you can be as bad as your audience, but you have to remember you can…
When a performer doesn’t get nervous, that is when you have to give up.
They do say, the smaller the feet, the better the dancer.
There are enough tears in any child’s life; we certainly don’t need to add to them in the name of entertainment.
That Mick Jagger, I feel sorry for him. After all these years he still can’t get no satisfaction.
Television is great but for me, as a performer, nothing compares to a live theatre show.
On stage, I think I’m 35. Working takes over my whole body and I become a younger man – that’s why I won’t stop.
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