Famous Creative Women Quotations from . . .

Fanny Brice
(1891-1951) born on
Oct 29
US singing comedienne. "She performed satiric sketches of ballet dancers, fan dancers, and "vamp" actresses for many years in the "Ziegfeld Follies.""

"I never liked the men I loved, and never loved the men I liked."

"Being a funny person does an awful lot of things to you. You feel that you mustn't get serious with people. They don't expect it from you, and they don't want to see it. You're not entitled to be serious, you're a clown . . ."
Your audience gives you everything you need. They tell you. There is no director who can direct you like an audience.
"When love is out of your life, you're through in a way. Because while it is there it's like a motor that's going, you have such vitality to do things, big things, because love is goosing you all the time."
"Let the world know you as you are, not as you think you should be, because sooner or later, if you are posing, you will forget the pose, and then where are you?"


Published Sources for the above Quotations:
F:  "In "The Fabulous Fanny," ch. 6 by Norman Katkov, 1952."
R: "In "The Fabulous Fanny," ch. 6 by Norman Katkov, 1952."
A: "In "The Fabulous Fanny," ch. 6 by Norman Katkov, 1952."
N: "In "The Fabulous Fanny," ch. 19 by Norman Katkov, 1952."
K: "In "The Fabulous Fanny," ch. 24 by Norman Katkov, 1952."

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