Joshua Jackson

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Joshua Jackson: Random

“Most people call my style of dress slovenly, I call it extreme casual. If I didn’t have a mother and a sister for the times I do have to get dressed, I would be absolutely lost.”

“You want to compare me to the Brat Pack, feel free; I mean I don’t have a problem with that. If you want to compare me to Joe, the guy who fixes your plumbing that might be a different story.”

“For me I’d rather be happy in the moment than live life miserable because I’m not somewhere else.”

“Unfortunately, I was never a nice Canadian boy.”

“I don’t consider myself pretty, I was never a pretty boy, I’m not going to be a pretty man and it’s not something I truly aspire too. When I think of iconic men I think of that Forties era, of a guy in a good suit and a hat. That’s when men were men.”

“You know, at the end of the day, I can only be me. I could try to convince you that I’m Leonardo DiCaprio…but I’m Josh. And I don’t want to spend my time projecting a false image.”

“I hate people saying anything stupid. I don’t really suffer fools very well at all. When people are acting like idiots, not that I’m not guilty of doing the odd idiotic thing myself from time to time, but when people say stupid things, it stresses me out. I have a pretty thick skin about people coming up to me and saying things to me when I’m out, I don’t really mind that too much. but when people are just loud and annoying, it drives me crazy.”

“I’m pretty far from being voted Sexiest Man Alive.”

“I’m not a flagrant consumer. No Mercedes for me. But I definitely like having cash in my pocket.”

“I don’t think the law of diminishing returns applies to me. Things just seem to keep on getting better and better.”

“Once you’ve seen my ass, there are really no secrets between us.”

“I don’t consider myself pretty, I was never a pretty boy, I’m not going to be a pretty man and it’s not something I truly aspire too. When I think of iconic men I think of that Forties era, of a guy in a good suit and a hat. That’s when men were men.”

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