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Susan Sarandon

  • If sexuality means saying yes to life, then you should be able to remain sexual until the day you die.

    • Susan Sarandon,
    • in Erica Merino, ed., Life, Italian Style ()
  • To become a lapsed Catholic, first go to a Catholic university.

    • Susan Sarandon,
    • in Erica Merino, ed., Life, Italian Style ()
  • It's important to just keep wanting whatever it is you want and fight for it, desperately.

    • Susan Sarandon,
    • in Erica Merino, ed., Life, Italian Style ()
  • As a mother trying to raise kids with some kind of a code, an honorable way to solve problems without using violence, I find it interesting to live in a country where your government is allowed to kill, whether it's war or execution. What interests me is not who deserves to die but who deserves to kill.

    • Susan Sarandon,
    • in Erica Merino, ed., Life, Italian Style ()
  • There is no shortcut to grieving.

    • Susan Sarandon,
    • in Modern Maturity ()
  • This is an amazing country, for all of its faults. My feeling is, dig in and let's try to change the world. Dissent is not only your right, it's your duty.

    • Susan Sarandon,
    • in Meg Grant, "Speaking Her Mind," Reader's Digest ()
  • The trouble with being an activist is you end up like Eve and you get kicked out of the Garden of Eden. You know, Eve was the first person who thought for herself. And she still gets a bad rap. I named my daughter after her.

    • Susan Sarandon,
    • in Modern Maturity ()
  • Children reinvent your world for you.

    • Susan Sarandon
  • I look forward to being older, when what you look like becomes less and less an issue and what you are is the point.

    • Susan Sarandon
  • That's the thing about independently minded children. You bring them up teaching them to question authority, and you forget that the very first authority they question is you.

    • Susan Sarandon
  • I try to maintain a low standard of living so I can afford a high standard of freedom.

    • Susan Sarandon,
    • in Cosmopolitan ()
  • I believe in love and trust and commitment, but not in marriage. Marriage may do something for lawyers and mothers, but not for husbands and wives.

    • Susan Sarandon,
    • in Cosmopolitan ()

Susan Sarandon, U.S. actor

(1946)

Born: Susan Abigail Tomalin.