I wanted passionately to be a priest.
That's what I really wanted to do when I was 16, be in comics!
I wanted to model when I was younger.
When I understood the rudiments of what nanotech was all about, I knew I...
I wanted already to be a filmmaker after I saw 'La Dolce Vita.'
The main thing I wanted was to manage.
I wanted to write.
All I wanted to be was a player.
I became what I wanted to be.
I've so exceeded what I ever wanted to do.
I wanted things that I couldn't at times articulate.
I painted. I wanted to be a painter. I sang.
I was convinced that the only thing I wanted to do ever - was write novels.
I read 'Whiplash,' and I wanted to do it.
I wanted to be a meteorologist. I wanted to be a marine biologist.
The corporate killer downsizing is directly responsive to what the mutual...
I really wanted to be Ambassador to Argentina.
I wanted to be a comedian.
They wanted to do a movie about the Backstreet Boys.
As a teenager especially, I just wanted to do my thing and not be noticed.
I just wanted laughs - that's really what I was after.
A lot of my branding has come from stubbornness - I knew what I liked. I knew...
When I was younger, I actually wanted to be a CIA agent. Really. I even did...
What we wanted from an agent depended on what he brought in.
I just wanted to be an ordinary parish priest.
I wanted to be a painter.
I wanted to be heard, not seen. That's how it all started.
When I was turning 40, I felt that there were no books out there that hit the...
When I was 22, I realised I wanted to be an inventor.
I couldn't imitate anyone if I wanted to.
Eliminating what is not wanted or needed is profitable in itself.
When I read Copland, I really wanted Stallone's part.
I wanted to be a plumber.
I actually wanted to be a fireman when I was younger.
All of my buddies and I wanted to be Cal Ripken.
I was a very unconfident teenager. I wanted desperately to fit in.
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