Find the best quotes by Cherie Lunghi.
There’s something about ‘Strictly Come Dancing.’ Everywhere I go, people wish me good luck; cabbies toot their horns. It’s lovely. I have a theory: in…
War is good for absolutely nothing, because no matter how far and wide apart we may live, we’re all the same under the skin. We…
There is so much pressure to be thin, and you constantly compare yourself to others. But confidence is something that comes with age and experience…
I’ve always been terrified about not having money. I’ve been a big saver and a big earner. When I’ve been out of work, I’ve always…
I’d see my daddy about once a month, and I missed him. I would have loved to have had more of him. He was tall,…
I wear my lines like a soldier wears his medals. They’ve been earned. They’ve been fought for – so there’s no reason to be ashamed…
I want to play women my own age, rather than artificially ‘de-age’ myself so that I can play women who are younger or much younger…
I have that precious commodity – freedom. I can live my life a day at a time, and I am open to whatever the next…
I have had big relationships. Three times in my life I have felt a special connection, but people talk about looking for love as if…
At the beginning of my acting career, I worked for two seasons at the RSC and spent a lot of time in the Cotswolds exploring…
I grew up in the Fifties, and the majority of people in my class had fathers living at home. I was very aware that I…
I had my appendix removed in my 20s. I was in the middle of a play with Helen Mirren at the Royal Court Theatre, a…
I’m a romantic and will only marry for love where there’s respect and compatibility. I’d like to be with someone if the right person came…
Whether it’s a good thing or a bad thing, the higher your profile, the more castable you are in TV dramas.
The lines on your face are your medals. You’ve earned them, so why shouldn’t they be worn with honour?
Sadly, the timing’s never been right. There have been men who would have married me but I didn’t feel the same, and vice versa.
People ask me how I manage without a man in the same tone they might ask someone how they’re doing with just one lung, but…
I’ve got an overactive, analytical brain. I get frustrated, impatient, angry with myself. I swear at myself a lot.
I’ve never felt the need to be defined by a man.
I’ve always loved dancing. As soon as there is good music, I’ve got to get up and dance. I was passionate about ballet as a…
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