1 of 10
"All I knew was that I was lucky and I had better not f--- it up."
— Kate Winslet, on landing her first film role, at the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Patron of the Artists Awards
2 of 10
"A couple days after we had actually met, I was like in my head 'That's going to be my husband! That's my husband right there.' "
— Jordin Sparks, on newly-minted husband Dana Isaiah, to PEOPLE
3 of 10
"When I started, I tried to be outspoken and I was told that I should keep silent on this subject because it wouldn't benefit me."
— Coco Rocha, on attempting to speak out against sexual harassment in the modeling industry, to Business of Fashion
4 of 10
"People are now really talking about their own well being and how to help those around them. We are shattering the silence since that was a real barrier to progress."
— Prince Harry, on ending mental health stigmas, at the 24th Virgin Money Media Mind Media Awards
5 of 10
"[Pretty Little Liars] had put up this poster and it was from our first season and it was completely crazy. Nobody looked like themselves."
— Ashley Benson, on being shocked to see she and her PLL costars were photoshopped, to Stylecaster
6 of 10
"I felt completely transported into a new reality."
— Jenna Fischer, on her onscreen kiss with her The Office costar John Krasinski, in The Actor's Life: A Survival Guide
7 of 10
"I go to work the next day and my ears are all black, and [the hairstylist] goes, 'What did you do?' "
— Matt LeBlanc, on the time he tried dying his hair during his Friends days, on The Late Late Show
8 of 10
"I was flying once and had fresh produce in my carry-on. I got stopped by customs at LAX and told them I had nothing to declare, but I was caught by one of the beagles!"
— Anna Faris, on a little white lie she told that led to a "funny predicament," to InStyle
9 of 10
"He 'outed' me with no regard for my well-being, an act we all recognize as homophobic."
— Ellen Page, on feeling "violated" after being allegedly outed by X-Men director Brett Ratner, on Facebook
10 of 10
"He's a phenomenal actor, but he's not a very good person. His career now I think is over."
— Bryan Cranston, on Kevin Spacey, to BBC Newsbeat