Authors that match 'william'.

William Adams English Explorer (1564-1620)
William Maxwell Aitken Canadian Businessman (1879-1964)
William Alexander (-)
William R. Alger American Writer (1823-1905)
William Allan Scottish Artist (1782-1850)
William Albert Allard Photographer (-)
William Allingham Irish Poet (1821-1889)
William Ames English Philosopher (1576-1633)
William Henry Ashley American Businessman (1778-1838)
Francis William Aston British Scientist (1877-1945)
William Baldwin American Actor (1963-)
William Banting English Celebrity (1796-1878)
William Barclay Scottish Theologian (1907-1978)
William Bartram American Environmentalist (1739-1823)
William Beebe American Explorer (1877-1962)
William Bell (-)
William R. Benet (-)
William Bennett American Politician (1943-)
William Berkeley English Politician (1605-1677)
William Bernbach American Businessman (1911-1982)
William Beveridge English Economist (1879-1963)
William Billings American Composer (1746-1800)
William Blackstone English Judge (1723-1780)
William Blake English Poet (1757-1827)
William Peter Blatty American Writer (1928-)
William Bligh British Soldier (1754-1817)
William Blum American Author (1933-)
William J. H. Boetcker American Clergyman (1873-1962)
William Bolcom American Composer (1938-)
William Frederick Book (-)
William Booth British Leader (1829-1912)
William J. Brennan American Judge (1906-1997)
William J. Brennan, Jr. American Judge (1906-1997)
William Brewster English (1567-1644)
William Throsby Bridges Australian Soldier (1861-1915)
William Broome English Poet (1689-1745)
William Wells Brown American Activist (1814-1884)
William Jennings Bryan American Lawyer (1860-1925)
William C. Bryant American Poet (1794-1878)
William Jennings Bryant (-)
Robert Williams Buchanan British Poet (1841-1901)
William F. Buckley, Jr. Journalist (1925-2008)
William P. Bundy American Historian (1917-2000)
William Burroughs (-)
William S. Burroughs American Writer (1914-1997)
William Allen Butler (-)
William Camden English Historian (1551-1623)
William Wallace Campbell American Scientist (1862-1938)
William Carey English Clergyman (1761-1834)
William Cartwright English Dramatist (1611-1643)
William Cavendish British Civil Servant (1505-1557)
William Ellery Channing American Writer (1780-1842)
William Chappell English Writer (1809-1888)
William Merritt Chase American Artist (1849-1916)
William Christopher American Actor (1932-)
William Kingdon Clifford English Mathematician (1845-1879)
William J. Clinton American President (1946-)
William Cobbett English Politician (1763-1835)
William Sloane Coffin, Jr. (-)
William S. Cohen American Politician (1940-)
William Colby American Public Servant (1920-1996)
William Collins English Poet (1721-1759)
William Congreve English Poet (1670-1729)
William Johnson Cory English Poet (1823-1892)
William Cowper English Poet (1731-1800)
George William Curtis American Author (1824-1892)
William M. Daley American Politician (1948-)
William Dampier English Explorer (1908-1908)
William Daniels American Actor (1927-)
William Davenant English Poet (1606-1668)
William Devane American Actor (1940-)
William F. DeVault American Poet (1955-)
William O. Douglas American Judge (1898-1980)
William A. Drake American Writer (1899-1965)
William Drummond (-)
William Duane American Lawyer (1780-1865)
William Dunbar Scottish Poet (1460-1520)
William Eardley, IV American Public Servant (1964-)
William Allen Egan American Politician (1914-1984)
Charles William Eliot American Educator (1834-1926)
William Emerson English Mathematician (1701-1782)
William Empson English Poet (1906-1984)
William M. Evarts (1818-1901)
Frederick William Faber British Theologian (1814-1863)
William Falconer Scottish Poet (1732-1769)
Frederic William Farrar Indian theologian (1831-1903)
William Faulkner American Novelist (1897-1962)
William Feather American Author (1889-1981)
William Floyd American Politician (1734-1821)
William Cameron Forbes American Diplomat (1870-1959)
William Friedkin American Director (1939-)
J. William Fulbright American Politician (1905-1995)
William Gaddis American Novelist (1922-1998)
William Lloyd Garrison American Journalist (1805-1879)
William Gass (-)
William H. Gass American Novelist (1924-)
William E. Geist (-)
William Gibson American Writer (1948-)
William Gilbert British Composer (1836-1911)
William Schwenck Gilbert (-)
William Gillette American Actor (1853-1937)
William E. Gladstone British Leader (1809-1898)
William Glasser American Psychologist (1925-)
William Godwin English Writer (1756-1836)
William Golding English Novelist (1911-1993)
William Goldman American Novelist (1931-)
William H. Gray (1941-)
William Green (-)
William Greider American Author (-)
William Robert Grove Welsh Scientist (1811-1896)
William Gurnall English Author (1617-1679)
William Hague (1961-)
William Hall Canadian Soldier (1827-1904)
William Halsey American Soldier (1882-1959)
William Hamilton Scottish Politician (-)
William Rowan Hamilton Irish Mathematician (1805-1865)
William Christopher Handy American Musician (1873-1958)
William Henry Harrison American President (1773-1841)
William S. Hart American Actor (1864-1946)
William Harvey English Scientist (1578-1657)
William Hazlitt English Critic (1778-1830)
William Randolph Hearst American Publisher (1863-1951)
William Ernest Henley English Poet (1849-1903)
William A. Henry III (-)
William Alexander Henry Canadian Lawyer (1816-1888)
William Herschel British Scientist (1738-1822)
William Reddington Hewlett American Businessman (1913-2001)
William Ernest Hocking American Philosopher (1873-1966)
William Hogarth British Artist (1697-1764)
William M. Holden (-)
William Hone English Writer (1780-1842)
William Hooper American Politician (1742-1790)
William Dean Howells American Author (1837-1920)
William Henry Hudson British Author (1841-1922)
William Morris Hughes Australian Politician (1862-1952)
William Hull American Soldier (1753-1825)
William Hung American Entertainer (1983-)
William H. Hunt American Soldier (1823-1884)
William Morris Hunt American Artist (1824-1879)
William Hurlbut (-)
William Hurt American Actor (1950-)
William Ralph Inge English Clergyman (1860-1954)
William Jackson (-)
William James American Philosopher (1842-1910)
William Jay English Clergyman (1769-1853)
William L. Jenkins American Politician (1936-)
William Jerome American Musician (1865-1932)
Douglas William Jerrold English Dramatist (1803-1857)
William Samuel Johnson American Politician (1727-1819)
William Joyce American Author (1906-1946)
William Kapell (1922-1953)
William Kempe English Actor (-)
William Kennedy American Writer (1918-)
William Kent English Architect (1685-1748)
William Kidd Scottish Explorer (1645-1701)
William Lyon Mackenzie King Canadian Politician (1874-1950)
William Kirby English Scientist (1759-1850)
William Standish Knowles American Scientist (1917-)
William Kraft American Musician (1923-)
William Kunstler American Activist (1919-1995)
William Labov American Writer (1927-)
William Langewiesche (-)
William Laud English Clergyman (-)
William Law English Clergyman (-)
William P. Leahy Educator (-)
William Leith (-)
William Lilly English Celebrity (-)
William Lowndes American Lawyer (-)
William Lyons Scientist (-)
William H. Macy Actor (-)
William Connor Magee Irish Clergyman (-)
William Manchester American Historian (1922-2004)
William Moulton Marston American Psychologist (1893-1947)
William Masters American Scientist (1915-2001)
William Hamilton Maxwell Irish Novelist (1792-1850)
William J. Mayo American Scientist (1861-1939)
John William McCormack American Politician (1891-1980)
William McFee American Writer (1881-1966)
William McIlvanney (-)
William McKinley American President (1843-1901)
Peter McWilliams American Writer (1949-2000)
William Lamb Melbourne British Politician (1779-1848)
William Minto (-)
William Henry Moody American Politician (1853-1917)
William Least Heat-Moon American Writer (1939-)
William De Morgan British Artist (1839-1917)
William Morris English Designer (1834-1896)
William Thomas Green Morton American Inventor (1819-1868)
William Mulholland Irish Scientist (1855-1935)
William A. Neilson (-)
George William Norris American Politician (1861-1944)
William H. O'Connell American Clergyman (1859-1944)
William of Occam English Philosopher (1285-1349)
William Odom American Soldier (1932-2008)
William Osler Canadian Scientist (1849-1919)
William Paley English Theologian (1743-1805)
William S. Paley American Businessman (1901-1990)
William Penn English Leader (1644-1718)
William Pennington American Lawyer (1796-1862)
William Pepper American Scientist (1843-1898)
William J. Perry American Politician (1927-)
William Perry American Athlete (1962-)
William Petersen American Actor (1953-)
William Petty English Economist (1623-1687)
William Lyon Phelps American Educator (1865-1943)
William Pierce American Celebrity (1933-2002)
William Pitt British Leader (1759-1806)
William Plomer (1903-1973)
William Pollard English Clergyman (1828-1893)
William Powell American Actor (1892-1984)
William Prescott American Soldier (1726-1795)
William Proxmire American Politician (1915-2005)
William Ramsay Scottish Scientist (1852-1916)
William Randolph American Politician (1650-1711)
William Winwood Reade Scottish Historian (1838-1875)
William Rehnquist American Judge (1924-2005)
William B. Riley (-)
Frederick William Robertson English Clergyman (1816-1853)
William Heath Robinson British Cartoonist (1872-1944)
William Rowley English Dramatist (1585-1626)
William Ruckelshaus American Lawyer (1932-)
George William Russell Irish Writer (1867-1935)
William Howard Russell Irish Journalist (1821-1907)
William Safire American Author (1929-2009)
William Sanderson American Actor (1948-)
Theodore William Schultz American Economist (1902-1998)
Sean William Scott American Actor (1976-)
Seann William Scott American Actor (1976-)
William Scott (-)
William Scranton American Politician (1917-)
Nassau William Senior English Economist (1790-1864)
William Sessions American Civil Servant (1930-)
William H. Seward American Statesman (1801-1872)
William Seward (-)
William Shakespeare English Dramatist (1564-1616)
William Shatner Canadian Actor (1931-)
Hartley William Shawcross British Lawyer (1902-2003)
William Shawn American Editor (1907-1992)
William Shenstone English Poet (1714-1763)
William Tecumseh Sherman Soldier (1820-1891)
William Shirley British Politician (1694-1771)
William Gilmore Simms American Novelist (1806-1870)
William E. Simon American Public Servant (1927-2000)
William J. Slim (-)
William Robertson Smith Scottish Scientist (1846-1894)
William Somerville English Poet (1675-1742)
William Stafford American Poet (1914-1993)
William Thomas Stead English Journalist (1849-1912)
William Steig American Cartoonist (1907-2003)
William Howard Stein American Scientist (1911-1980)
William Stephenson Canadian Soldier (1897-1989)
William Wetmore Story American Sculptor (1819-1895)
William Strunk, Jr. American Writer (1869-1946)
William Styron American Novelist (1925-)
William Graham Sumner American Businessman (1840-1910)
William Howard Taft American President (1857-1930)
William D. Tammeus (-)
William Taylor British Writer (1765-1836)
William Temple (1555-1627)
William Makepeace Thackeray English Novelist (1811-1863)
William M. Thomas American Politician (1941-)
William Thomas American Athlete (1968-)
William Hepworth Thompson English Educator (1810-1886)
William Irwin Thompson American Philosopher (1938-)
William Trevor Irish Writer (1928-)
William Trogdon American Author (1939-)
William Turner British Scientist (1508-1568)
William Tyndale English Clergyman (1484-1536)
William Henry Vanderbilt American Businessman (1821-1885)
William W. Vaughan Scientist (-)
William Vickrey Canadian Educator (1914-1996)
William Wallace Scottish Revolutionary (1270-1305)
William Waller English Soldier (1597-1668)
William Warburton English Critic (1698-1779)
William Arthur Ward American Writer (1921-1994)
William Watson (-)
William Weaver English Author (1923-)
William Hedgcock Webster American Public Servant (1924-)
William Weld American Politician (1945-)
William Westmoreland American Soldier (1914-2005)
William H. Wharton American Politician (1802-1839)
William Whewell English Philosopher (1794-1866)
William Whipple American Politician (1730-1785)
William Allen White American Editor (1868-1944)
William Whitehead English Poet (1715-1785)
William Whitelaw British Politician (1918-1999)
William Wilberforce English Politician (1759-1833)
William Wiley American Soldier (-)
Prince William British Royalty (1982-)
Alvin Williams (-)
Andy Williams American Musician (1927-)
Anson Williams American Actor (1949-)
Anthony A. Williams American Politician (1951-)
Armstrong Williams American Journalist (1959-)
Barry Williams American Actor (1954-)
Bern Williams (-)
Bert Williams American Entertainer (1875-1922)
Bill Williams American Celebrity (1960-1998)
Billy Dee Williams American Actor (1937-)
Brian Williams American Journalist (1959-)
Carey Williams (-)
Charles Williams English Editor (1886-1945)
Clarence Williams American Musician (1898-1965)
Claude Williams (-)
Dar Williams American Musician (1967-)
Edward Bennett Williams American Lawyer (1920-1988)
Eric Williams Historian (1911-1981)
Esther Williams American Actress (1921-)
George C. Williams American Scientist (1926-)
Hank Williams American Musician (1923-1953)
Ian Williams American Musician (1970-)
Jason Williams American Athlete (1975-)
Jayson Williams American Athlete (1968-)
JoBeth Williams American Actress (1948-)
Joe Williams American Musician (1918-1999)
John Sharp Williams American Politician (1854-1932)
John Williams American Composer (1932-)
Juan Williams American Journalist (1954-)
Kenneth Williams British Actor (1926-1988)
Kit Williams Author (-)
Larry Williams American Musician (1935-1980)
Lucinda Williams American Musician (1953-)
Mary Lou Williams American Musician (1910-1981)
Michael Williams (1935-2001)
Montel Williams American Entertainer (1956-)
Otis Williams American Musician (1939-)
Pat Williams American Athlete (1972-)
Paul Williams (1939-1973)
Pharrell Williams American Musician (1973-)
Ralph Vaughan Williams English Composer (1872-1958)
Raymond Williams Welsh Novelist (1921-1988)
Richard Williams Canadian Director (1933-)
Ricky Williams American Athlete (1977-)
Robbie Williams British Musician (1974-)
Roberta Williams American Designer (1953-)
Robin Williams American Comedian (1952-)
Roger Williams English Theologian (1603-)
Rowan D. Williams (-)
Rowan Williams English Theologian (1950-)
Roy H. Williams American Businessman (-)
Saul Williams American Musician (1972-)
Serena Williams American Athlete (1981-)
Shirley Williams British Politician (1930-)
Tad Williams American Writer (1957-)
Ted Williams American Athlete (1918-2002)
Tennessee Williams American Dramatist (1911-1983)
Tony Williams American Musician (1945-1997)
Treat Williams American Actor (1951-)
Vanessa Williams American Musician (1963-)
Venus Williams American Athlete (1980-)
Walter Jon Williams American Writer (1953-)
Wayne Williams (1958-)
Wendy O. Williams American Musician (1949-1998)
Henry Williamson English Author (1895-1977)
Hugh Williamson American Politician (1735-1819)
Kevin Williamson American Author (1965-)
Malcolm Williamson Australian Composer (1931-2003)
Marianne Williamson American Author (1952-)
William John Wills English Scientist (1834-1861)
William Griffith Wilson American Celebrity (1895-1971)
William J. Wilson (-)
William Windham British Politician (1750-1810)
William Wirt American Statesman (1772-1834)
William Wordsworth English Poet (1770-1850)
William Wycherley English Dramatist (1640-1716)
William Wyler American Director (1902-1981)
William Butler Yeats Irish Poet (1865-1939)
William Egeln American Businessman (1892-1972)

Quotations that match 'william'.

I don't love comedy but I can watch someone who's kind of interesting forever. I think a waitress who's having a bad day is a lot more fun than Robin Williams doing forty minutes of material. Bruce McCulloch
[ Bad Comedy Day Doing Forever Forty Fun Having Interesting Kind Lot Love Material Minutes More Robin Someone Than Think Waitress Watch Williams]
I had a lot of success from the start. I never really was tested for long periods of time. I got my first professional job while I was a senior in college. I signed with the William Morris Agency before I graduated. Denzel Washington
[ Agency Before College First Got Graduated Had Job Long Lot Morris Never Periods Professional Really Senior Signed Start Success Tested Time While William]
I thought I'd be a success even back in the mailroom at William Morris. David Geffen
[ Back Even Morris Success Thought William]
My manager was Buddy Glee, who put me together with Mike Curb, and was basically the idea to bring some soul to the label and bring something different to the label besides the Hank Williams situation. Solomon Burke
[ Basically Besides Bring Buddy Curb Different Hank Idea Label Manager Mike Put Situation Some Something Soul Together Williams]
I indeed had only one scene, one speech, one little speech, but it was with Robin Williams. Charles Keating
[ Had Indeed Little Only Robin Scene Speech Williams]
William Gladstone has not a single redeeming defect. Benjamin Disraeli
[ Defect Gladstone Redeeming Single William]
My definition of an intellectual is someone who can listen to the William Tell Overture without thinking of the Lone Ranger. Billy Connolly
[ Definition Intellectual Listen Lone Overture Ranger Someone Tell Thinking William Without]
I always wanted a guitar. I always wanted to be a cowboy singer because I also listened to Hank Williams, and he would always sing these neat romantic songs. Dick Dale
[ Also Always Because Cowboy Guitar Hank Listened Neat Romantic Sing Singer Songs These Wanted Williams Would]
When I was starting to write, the great influence was T.S. Eliot and after that William Butler Yeats. Howard Nemerov
[ After Butler Eliot Great Influence Starting William Write Yeats]
For a man who purports to have learned of media ethics only this month, Mr. Williams has spent an undue amount of time appearing as a media ethicist on both CNN and the cable news networks of NBC. Frank Rich
[ Amount Appearing Both Cable Cnn Ethics Learned Man Media Month Mr Nbc Networks News Only Spent Time Undue Williams]
Again like Williams, with the emphasis now regrettable, when a man makes a poem, makes it mind you, he takes the words as he finds them lying interrelated about him. Robert Creeley
[ Again Emphasis Finds Him Interrelated Lying Makes Man Mind Now Poem Regrettable Takes Them Williams Words]
I got Jimmy Hall from Wet Willie and he also plays now with Hank Williams Jr. Gregg Allman
[ Also Got Hall Hank Jimmy Jr Now Plays Wet Williams Willie]
Do you think I am standing here, making this up as I go? I am sorry to disillusion you. I am not Robin Williams. I am the king of the pen. Mitch Hedberg
[ Am Disillusion Go Here King Making Pen Robin Sorry Standing Think Up Williams]
My father had a varied ear, from Hank Williams to Ravel. Madeleine Peyroux
[ Ear Father Had Hank Ravel Varied Williams]
I recently did a piece for the Boston Pops and John Williams, and I hope that it's as well a composed piece as I've ever done for any other medium or occasion. Peter Maxwell Davies
[ Any Boston Composed Did Done Ever Hope John Medium Occasion Other Piece Pops Recently Well Williams]
The William Penn Hotel in Pittsburgh... was the place where Champagne Music was born. Lawrence Welk
[ Born Champagne Hotel Music Penn Pittsburgh Place Where William]
Two more years were to go by before I knew anything about William Blake. Many years later, when his wife died, my godfather gave me the two books as a remembrance. Laurence Housman
[ Anything Before Blake Books Died Gave Go Godfather His Knew Later Many More Remembrance Two Were Wife William Years]
You were saying that once when visiting Yale, you were struck that unlike Pound, Williams's thinking was volatile, I mean, did not stay locked into a pattern of concepts that then defined his subsequent necessary behavior, whereas Pound did. Robert Creeley
[ Behavior Concepts Defined Did His Into Locked Mean Necessary Once Pattern Pound Saying Stay Struck Subsequent Then Thinking Unlike Visiting Volatile Were Whereas Williams Yale]
A man has to have goals - for a day, for a lifetime - and that was mine, to have people say, 'There goes Ted Williams, the greatest hitter who ever lived.' Ted Williams
[ Day Ever Goals Goes Greatest Hitter Lifetime Lived Man Mine Say Ted Williams]
William Shatner has one style. We have completely contrasting personalities. We're very good friends. I adore him, but we're very different people, so they were smart enough to write characters that reflected that. Patrick Stewart
[ Adore Characters Completely Contrasting Different Enough Friends Good Him Personalities Reflected Shatner Smart Style Very Were William Write]
I am very proud of my name. My full name is Richard Treat Williams. Treat Williams
[ Am Full Name Proud Richard Treat Very Williams]
I think Robbie Williams is an utter and complete prat. His last record was a pile of rubbish. Pete Waterman
[ Complete His Last Pile Record Rubbish Think Utter Williams]
The way those clubs shift against Ted Williams, I can't understand how he can be so stupid not to accept the challenge to him and hit to left field. Ty Cobb
[ Accept Against Challenge Clubs Field Him Hit How Left Shift Stupid Ted Those Understand Way Williams]
There's no question that Roberts will vote like William Rehnquist... If he swings, it will be from right to far right. Jonathan Turley
[ Far Question Right Roberts Swings Vote Will William]
There is a great deal of cyberpunk that I admire, especially the work of William Gibson which I think is excellent. Somehow he speaks from his own heart and cyber punk is what comes out. Robert Sheckley
[ Admire Comes Cyber Deal Especially Excellent Gibson Great Heart His Out Own Punk Somehow Speaks Think Which William Work]
Jim Norton and Harland Williams always make me laugh. Dane Cook
[ Always Jim Laugh Make Norton Williams]
I think you have everyone kind of pulling on the same end of the rope. It's not like you're Robin Williams and everyone else is a deaf mute. It's like - there's plenty of help. Michael McKean
[ Deaf Else End Everyone Help Kind Mute Plenty Pulling Robin Rope Same Think Williams]
I thought it was terrible. I don't know who to believe. Williams was very loyal and honest. Nobody could ever say different. Sometimes, that got him into a lot of trouble. But after he died and they cut his head off, that made me sick. Curt Gowdy
[ After Believe Could Cut Died Different Ever Got Head Him His Honest Into Know Lot Loyal Made Nobody Off Say Sick Sometimes Terrible Thought Trouble Very Williams]
A lot of poets too live on the margins of social acceptance, they certainly aren't in it for the money. William Blake - only his first book was legitimately published. Jim Jarmusch
[ Acceptance Blake Book Certainly First His Legitimately Live Lot Margins Money Only Poets Published Social Too William]
Allen Ginsberg was a world authority on the writing of William Blake, and had an incredible knowledge of classic literature and world politics. David Amram
[ Allen Authority Blake Classic Ginsberg Had Incredible Knowledge Literature Politics William World Writing]
The William Morris Agency handled me. In that business, you're only as good as your last picture. Johnny Weissmuller
[ Agency Business Good Handled Last Morris Only Picture William Your]
I like a very dry wit, not the big kind of humor like Robin Williams. I don't think I'm capable of that. Chris Cooper
[ Big Capable Dry Humor Kind Robin Think Very Williams Wit]
When he died, Emerson was thought of as the representative American writer par excellence, and his point of view was still so potent that William James was honored to be asked to speak at a centenary celebration. Howard Mumford Jones
[ American Asked Celebration Died Emerson Excellence His Honored James Par Point Potent Representative Speak Still Thought View William Writer]
I don't want to be nasty but let's just say Robbie Williams is no Freddie Mercury. John Deacon
[ Freddie Just Mercury Nasty Say Want Williams]
I am and always will be an HRH. But out of personal choice I like to be called William because that is my name and I want people to call me William - for now. Prince William
[ Always Am Because Call Called Choice Name Now Out Personal Want Will William]
Tennessee Williams was a gifted talker with a beautiful accent and we had lots of things in common. Gloria Swanson
[ Accent Beautiful Common Gifted Had Lots Talker Tennessee Things Williams]
The president of the branch in Atlanta was a pastor of a church, the Reverend Sam Williams, a wonderful guy. He was middle-class and fairly militant for the time and place. Julian Bond
[ Atlanta Branch Church Fairly Guy Middle-Class Militant Pastor Place President Reverend Sam Time Williams Wonderful]
General: I attempted to take Williamsport yesterday, but found too large a force of infantry and artillery. After a long fight, I withdrew to this place. John Buford
[ After Artillery Attempted Fight Force Found General Infantry Large Long Place Take Too Withdrew Yesterday]
As an actor, I felt I couldn't compete. I wasn't as cute as the leading man; I wasn't as brilliant as Robin Williams. Phil Hartman
[ Actor Brilliant Compete Cute Felt Leading Man Robin Williams]
When Ted Williams was here, inducted into the Hall of Fame 37 years ago, he said he must have earned it, because he didn't win it because of his friendship with the writers. I guess in that way, I'm proud to be in this company that way. Eddie Murray
[ Ago Because Company Earned Fame Friendship Guess Hall Here His Inducted Into Must Proud Said Ted Way Williams Win Writers Years]
We got to go to Lucas Ranch and, at that time, my brother was still living in a condo about a mile from Robin Williams, and so I made all of the other comics jealous because I got to get a ride home with him. Carlos Alazraqui
[ Because Brother Comics Condo Get Go Got Him Home Jealous Living Lucas Made Mile Other Ranch Ride Robin Still Time Williams]
William Holden and I weren't just good friends. He was my very best friend. I feel his loss very much still. Glenn Ford
[ Best Feel Friend Friends Good His Just Loss Much Still Very Weren William]
One guy that I wish was here right now, Ted Williams, helped me so much, our long talks, not about hitting but about fishing, one of Ted's passions, and I wish he was here today to share this with me because I owe so much to Ted Williams. Wade Boggs
[ Because Fishing Guy Helped Here Hitting Long Much Now Our Owe Passions Right Share Talks Ted Today Williams Wish]
My bravery however was the effect of assurance for could I have believed the current report, I should have fled as fast as any man, no man can possibly have a greater reluctance to an intimacy with Sir William Howe than my Self. Henry Laurens
[ Any Assurance Believed Bravery Could Current Effect Fast Fled Greater Howe However Intimacy Man Possibly Reluctance Report Self Should Sir Than William]
Ted Williams was the greatest hitter I ever saw, but DiMaggio was the greatest all around player. Bob Feller
[ Around Dimaggio Ever Greatest Hitter Player Saw Ted Williams]
I'm William Wallace, and the rest of you will be spared. Go back to England and tell them... Scotland is free! William Wallace
[ Back England Free Go Rest Scotland Spared Tell Them Wallace Will William]
We've gotta give Richard Williams a lot of credit - to give us two number one champions is a phenomenal feat. Tracy Austin
[ Champions Credit Feat Give Gotta Lot Number Phenomenal Richard Two Us Williams]
And, I'd never done Tennessee Williams, and I had done Broadway musicals, so it was a challenge. Andrea Martin
[ Broadway Challenge Done Had Musicals Never Tennessee Williams]
I feel that I'm leaving Williamstown too early, but I'd rather leave too early than too late. Michael Ritchie
[ Early Feel Late Leave Leaving Rather Than Too]
The honorable William Penn, late governor of Pennsylvania, was chosen agent to the Court of Britain, and directed to deliver the petition to the King himself and to endeavor by his personal influence to procure a favorable reception to this last address. Mercy Otis Warren
[ Address Agent Britain Chosen Court Deliver Directed Endeavor Favorable Governor Himself His Honorable Influence King Last Late Penn Pennsylvania Personal Petition Procure Reception William]
I just finished writing an essay about William Maxwell, an American writer whose work I admire very much. Donna Tartt
[ Admire American Essay Finished Just Maxwell Much Very Whose William Work Writer Writing]
When I worked with Robin Williams, now there is improv! He is just as funny as you think he is. We did at least five or six takes of every scene, improvising every scene differently. He was a riot. Stephen Root
[ Did Differently Every Five Funny Improv Improvising Just Least Now Riot Robin Scene Six Takes Think Williams Worked]
An intellectual snob is someone who can listen to the William Tell Overture and not think of The Lone Ranger. Dan Rather
[ Intellectual Listen Lone Overture Ranger Snob Someone Tell Think William]
I didn't get to meet Hank Williams. I was in the Air Force on Okinawa when he passed away. Mel Tillis
[ Air Away Force Get Hank Meet Okinawa Passed Williams]
We have this morning dropped anchor, just off Williamstown. William John Wills
[ Anchor Dropped Just Morning Off]
I met my wife and, for the next ten years, we did no films at all. She did the first movie and then I did several after. My first movie was written by Tennessee Williams and directed by Kazan and was called Baby Doll. Eli Wallach
[ After Baby Called Did Directed Doll Films First Kazan Met Movie Next Several She Ten Tennessee Then Wife Williams Written Years]
Whether it's people walking off 'The View' when Bill O'Reilly makes a statement about radical Islam or Juan Williams being fired for expressing his opinion, over-reaching political correctness is chipping away at the fundamental American freedoms of speech and expression. Eric Cantor
[ American Away Being Bill Chipping Correctness Expressing Expression Fired Freedoms Fundamental His Islam Juan Makes Off Opinion Political Radical Reilly Speech Statement View Walking Whether Williams]
I think people think Jim Carrey's just wild and crazy. He really is very disciplined. It is true of Eddie Murphy and Robin Williams as well. Christine Baranski
[ Carrey Crazy Disciplined Eddie Jim Just Murphy Really Robin Think True Very Well Wild Williams]
I would take William H. Macy as a teacher any day of the week. He's incredible. He's got a lot of hard-earned experience. Skeet Ulrich
[ Any Day Experience Got Incredible Lot Take Teacher Week William Would]
I have no doubt that there are great people about though... the thing of it is, nothing to this day moves me like classical music (Debussy, Vaughn Williams). Gary Lucas
[ Classical Day Debussy Doubt Great Moves Music Nothing Thing Though Vaughn Williams]
I have a tendency to evolve into William Shatner, with my big fat face. Jason Bateman
[ Big Evolve Face Fat Into Shatner Tendency William]
I was so naive I didn't even know about agents. I telephoned the William Morris agency and asked to speak to Mr. Morris. I expected Bill Morris to be waiting for my call. Kirstie Alley
[ Agency Agents Asked Bill Call Even Expected Know Morris Mr Naive Speak Waiting William]
For example I don't work with William Hurt the same way that I will work with Viggo. They're different guys and they work in different ways. So a good sensitive director has his general style and technique and personality that he uses but you don't impose that on the actors. David Cronenberg
[ Actors Different Director Example General Good Guys His Hurt Impose Personality Same Sensitive Style Technique Uses Way Ways Will William Work]
My ranch William S. Hart Park is for the benefit of the American Public of every race and creed. William S. Hart
[ American Benefit Creed Every Hart Park Public Race Ranch William]
From William of Orange to William Pitt the younger there was but one man without whom English history must have taken a different turn, and that was William Pitt the elder. Albert Bushnell Hart
[ Different Elder English History Man Must Orange Pitt Taken Turn Whom William Without Younger]
Few if any teenagers can relate to getting up for school and finding famous comics like Pryor and Williams hanging out in your living room after a hard night of partying. But that's Hollywood. Pauly Shore
[ After Any Comics Famous Few Finding Getting Hanging Hard Hollywood Living Night Out Partying Pryor Relate Room School Teenagers Up Williams Your]
When this boy was brought to Dr. Young, his name being William, the same as mine, my mother was ordered to change mine to something else. This, at the time, I thought to be one of the most cruel acts that could be committed upon my rights. William Wells Brown
[ Acts Being Boy Brought Change Committed Could Cruel Dr Else His Mine Most Mother Name Ordered Rights Same Something Thought Time Upon William Young]
That's something Mary Lou Williams used to tell me: If you're not feeling right about what you're doing and you play a minor tune it all comes back, falls into place. I don't know if that's true, but I do it. Marian McPartland
[ Back Comes Doing Falls Feeling Into Know Lou Mary Minor Place Play Right Something Tell True Tune Used Williams]
I subscribe to William Faulkner's' view that history is not just about what we were before but who we are now. Ken Burns
[ Before Faulkner History Just Now Subscribe View Were William]
I was a beginner again. I practiced hard and used to listen very closely to recordings of American jazz drummers such as Tony Williams and Kenny Clarke. Jamie Muir
[ Again American Beginner Clarke Closely Drummers Hard Jazz Kenny Listen Practiced Recordings Such Tony Used Very Williams]
I own four copies of Robin WIlliams's Live on Broadway comedy special for HBO. One in Wilmington, one in L.A., one in my trailer, and one at my parents' house. I can watch it over and over again and it never gets old. He is the funniest, wittiest man on the planet! Sophia Bush
[ Again Broadway Comedy Copies Four Funniest Gets Hbo House Live Man Never Old Over Own Parents Planet Robin Special Trailer Watch Williams Wilmington]
In the early days of his reign, Bismarck confided to a friend that it would some day be necessary for Germany to confine William II in an insane asylum. Kelly Miller
[ Asylum Confided Confine Day Days Early Friend Germany His Ii Insane Necessary Reign Some William Would]
I was down with Lucinda Williams and Mary Chapin-Carpenter. We did an acoustic tour, just the three of us, three chicks and three guitars. Rosanne Cash
[ Acoustic Chicks Did Down Guitars Just Mary Three Tour Us Williams]
William Packard surely must be one of the great editors of our time. James Dickey
[ Editors Great Must Our Packard Surely Time William]
I wish there was a painter who could paint as well as Ted Williams could hit. Jack Levine
[ Could Hit Paint Painter Ted Well Williams Wish]
Which Esther Williams do you want to hear about? Esther Williams
[ Hear Want Which Williams]
With us tonight is William Warfield, who is with us tonight. He is a wonderful man, and so is his wife. Eugene Ormandy
[ His Man Tonight Us Wife William Wonderful]
William Bennett is my patron saint, one of them. Redd Foxx is another. Kinky Friedman
[ Another Bennett Patron Saint Them William]
Marry Prince William? I'd love that. Who wouldn't want to be a princess? Britney Spears
[ Love Marry Prince Princess Want William]
But guys such as Allen and William are more supportive than most men. Kathy Acker
[ Allen Guys Men More Most Such Supportive Than William]
The mystical poetry of William Blake's artwork also forms the basis for the album cover. Bruce Dickinson
[ Album Also Artwork Basis Blake Cover Forms Mystical Poetry William]
NBC anchor Brian Williams is a standup comic in disguise. Leonard Maltin
[ Anchor Brian Comic Disguise Nbc Standup Williams]
I think most people read and re-read the things that they have liked. That's certainly true in my case. I re-read Pound a great deal, I re-read Williams, I re-read Thomas, I re-read the people whom I cam to love when I was at what you might call a formative stage. James Laughlin
[ Call Cam Case Certainly Deal Formative Great Liked Love Might Most Pound Re-Read Read Stage Things Think Thomas True Whom Williams]
All my life I've been waiting for this, and now it can happen. A Williams is going to win. Richard Williams
[ Been Going Happen Life Now Waiting Williams Win]
The Lotus is a couple of years newer than the Williams was, and as the pace of development in F1 cars is so quick, I expect it to be another completely different experience, but still one that I know I'm going to enjoy. Nelson Piquet
[ Another Cars Completely Couple Development Different Enjoy Expect Experience F1 Going Know Lotus Newer Pace Quick Still Than Williams Years]
If Ted Williams just tip his cap once he could be elected Mayor of Boston in five minutes. Eddie Collins
[ Boston Cap Could Elected Five His Just Mayor Minutes Once Ted Tip Williams]