Hilary Swank - Quotes
- "I grew up in a trailer park in Bellingham, Washington."
- "I haven't tucked a sock in my pants for three years."
- "I don't know what I did in this life to deserve all of this. I'm just a girl from a trailer park who had a dream."
- "I'm only twenty-seven, and I'm not easy to pigeonhole. But if you need to do that, if it makes you feel comfortable, okay, fine."
- "I can remember crying on the set of Beverly Hills 90210 after being released from the show a few years ago."
- "The truth is, after Boys Don't Cry, I realized how few and far between the great roles are. I am beyond thankful for finding Million Dollar Baby."
- "One thing I've learned - You never know where life is taking you, but it's taking you."
- "Being a teenager was a horrid time."
- "I used the subway all the time. It's my form of transportation, ... because it's quick. It's inexpensive."
- "I could do half a pull-up when I first started training, ... I literally, I tried to pull myself up, and I was shaking. And I couldn't do it. And I couldn't believe it. I thought, you know, and as a kid, you had, doing pull-ups and stuff. And then when I was done, I could do 11."
- "I had to fight my whole life to break out."
- "[She didn't tell Eastwood what had happened.] I didn't tell Clint, because in the end, that's what happens to boxers, ... They get blisters, they get infected. They have injuries and they keep pushing through it."
- "I ended up dropping out of high school. I'm a high school dropout, which I'm not proud to say, ... I had some teachers that I still think of fondly and were amazing to me. But I had other teachers who said, 'You know what? This dream of yours is a hobby. When are you going to give it up?' I had teachers who I could tell didn't want to be there. And I just couldn't get inspired by someone who didn't want to be there."
- "In terms of property damage, ... the estimate is at least $26 billion in insured losses and perhaps twice that in uninsured losses over a 90,000-square-mile area - approximately the size of Kansas."