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15 Quotes By Heath Ledger That Show His Sheer Commitment As A Performing Actor

Heath Ledger has for all time carved his name in our memories. With the most earth shattering villain character of profession, and furthermore the historical backdrop of comic book films, the Joker. He showed up in accidentally diversion changing motion pictures like Brokeback Mountain and 10 Things I Abhor About You and stole our hearts with only one look. A lamentable misfortune to media outlets, his passing hasn’t influenced us to overlook him, he survives his work.

Here are 15 of his quotes that think about how he was as a pearl of a performing actor and person.

#1. IF YOU ARE JUST SAFE ABOUT THE CHOICES YOU MAKE, YOU DON’T GROW.

#2. I DON’T FEEL LIKE I HAVE ANYTHING TO LOSE, SO I DON’T REALLY UNDERSTAND WHAT I’M PUTTING AT RISK.

#3. THERE’S NOTHING LIKE WORKING WITH YOUR MATES – IT’S THE WAY IT SHOULD BE, AS FAR AS I’M CONCERNED.

#4. YOU LEARN MORE ABOUT YOURSELF THROUGH YOUR CHILD, I GUESS.

#5. I LIKE TO SET UP OBSTACLES AND DEFEAT THEM.

#6. I ONLY DO THIS BECAUSE I’M HAVING FUN. THE DAY I STOP HAVING FUN, I’LL JUST WALK AWAY.

#7. IF YOU MAKE DECISIONS BASED UPON PEOPLE’S REACTIONS OR JUDGMENTS THEN YOU MAKE REALLY BORING CHOICES.

#8. I’M IN CONTROL OF MY LIFE, NOT ANYONE IN HOLLYWOOD.

#9. I COMPLETELY LIVE IN THE NOW, NOT IN THE PAST, NOT IN THE FUTURE.

#10. I THOUGHT, I NEED TO BE MORE CAUTIONS ABOUT MY CHOICES – IT REFLECTS ON WHO I AM.

#11. IT CAN BE A LITTLE DISTRESSING TO HAVE TO OVER – INTELLECTUALIZE YOURSELF.

#12. I’M KIND OF ADDICTED TO MOVING.

#13. WHEN I DIE, MY MONEY’S NOT GONNA COME WITH ME. MY MOVIES WILL LIVE ON FOR PEOPLE TO JUDGE WHAT I WAS AS A PERSON.

#14. IT’S LIKE ANYTHING IN LIFE, VISUALIZING THE OLD MAN YOU’RE GOING TO BECOME: AS LONG AS YOU HAVE A CLEAR PICTURE OF THAT – THE LIFE YOU WANT TO LEAD – EVENTUALLY YOU’LL PROBABLY GET THERE.

#15. NO AMOUNT OF MONEY CHANGES WHAT I DO BETWEEN ‘ACTION’ AND ‘CUT’.

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