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Morgan Brittany
December 5, 1951 -
Nationality: American
Category: Actress
Subcategory: American Actress

Everything is a rejection of you, not your product, or your script, or a cosmetic. It's you.


Most child actors go through that. Unless you can transition into an adult star, your career is over.


I thought I would keep the first name Susan and change the last name but I picked up this book and as I opened it the lead character in it was called Morgan Brittany.


I've played killers, crazies, and really bad people.


People are hungry for messages of hope and life.


At the time I was growing up in the business I was very well established within the industry as a child actor and as I grew up and turned into a teenager there was less and less work.


Well, our children do know what this industry is about, but they have a good grip on who they are.


The only time in my career prior to that I played an evil character was in the twilight Zone.


I feel bad about a lot of the movies I see that teach kids that if they do bad, they'll win.


You've got to hang on to who you are, what you are. Don't let anyone take it from you.


Once you sell yourself, it's over. You've got nothing left.


Hollywood has an obligation to watch what they put out there. Kids do imitate what they see - good or bad.


You have to work in this business on your own terms. Don't sell out for money, fame, or notoriety.


I lost agents and managers because I turned down big movies that were smutty.


Drugs won't enhance your performance.


I can meet any producer in Hollywood and look them in the eye, knowing I didn't sleep with them, or do drugs with them.


The highest grossing films have great, moral messages - not dirty, base themes, so we're trying to get producers to make more of the uplifting movies.


You put yourself on the line as a performer, and when people reject you, it's a personal rejection.


I was looked at as weird, odd, not fitting in with the Hollywood crowd.


My mother had been a country and western singer but when she moved out to Hollywood found it very difficult to get work so when I was born they put me into dance classes and singing classes as soon as I could walk actually.


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