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Camryn Manheim quotes

So to me, fat just seems to be right to the point and the most descriptive way to say it.

It's okay to be a fat man. It's prestige and power and all of that. But fat women are seen as just lazy and stupid and having no self-control.

I hate overweight, because it implies that there's a weight standard I should be adhering to.

I think Ellenor is embarrassed and ashamed and has devoted all of her energy to the law and to helping other people get justice because it's too difficult for her to face her own struggle for justice.

It's important to me that I look good on television because, let's face it, I'm single, and you want somebody to watch the show and fall in love with you.

Instead of hating, I have chosen to forgive and spend all of my positive energy on changing the world.

When I meet large women who walk with confidence and are articulate and really have an understanding of how they walk in this world, I love them so deeply for being able to overcome such unbelievable odds.

I have lived my life in a culture that hates fat people.

Almost everything I do is related to being fat.

Waiting, waiting, waiting. All my life, I've been waiting for my life to begin, as if somehow my life was ahead of me, and that someday I would arrive at it.

Handsome, thin, sophisticated men often fall madly in love with larger women, we just never see it on TV.

Parents know how to push your buttons because, hey, they sewed them on.

For a long time, I really struggled with the idea of being an actor because I really felt that I should be in the Peace Corps.

I don't even like to be naked in front of myself!

I placed over a thousand deaf people in jobs throughout my career working for the deaf.

I think the play actually became bigger than me. No pun intended.

I've always thought of fat as just a descriptive word.

Isn't it amazing how celebrity status preempts even the most ingrained hatreds?

It never occurred to me that I'd be on a television show or in feature films but when those came into play my dreams changed along the way.

My parents have always been offended by my weight, embarrassed maybe. It didn't fit with their sensibilities.