Find the best quotes by Anson Mount.
When you’re in school until you’re 25 and you get out and suddenly structure is not handed to you, if you’re smart you realize that…
I have a great-great-great-grandfather who was a Confederate cavalry colonel, and I still have his military composite photo on my wall. The chemicals in the…
I grew up hunting with shotguns and rifles, and we had a gun in every corner of the living room. I’m not a gun advocate,…
You don’t need to like your protagonists.
Life fundamentally does not change depending on work or fame or success.
The whole cable-TV original programming just changed the nature of television.
It’s really rare that you come across a Southern character that’s not stereotyped, vilified or aggrandized.
In the last two or three decades, there’s been a feminization of the man in popular media that I’ve never really understood.
I’m a goofball.
I’m not interested in the heroes or the villains. I’m interested in playing people.
I love the long-form format of television. I love being able to develop a character, over a long period of time.
I love getting paid to ride a horse.
I like science fiction. I took all the accelerated classes in school. I’m kind of a dork.
I like my work to stand on its own as much as possible.
I like being able to be a man.
I don’t go to movies for redemption – if I want that, I’ll go to church!
I grew up in a place where a lot of my friends had horses, so I grew up riding. But I’m not an expert.
I can’t claim I’m truly a man’s man, I’m just as much of a dork and a crybaby sometimes as anybody else.
For me, acting is play. It’s just play and it’s playing make believe really, really well.
About once a year, I do these long-distance relays with some friends of mine, and it takes about 27 or 28 hours to complete it.
Explore More Topics →