Milo Ventimiglia

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It gets confusing because they say, How do you die? Not how does Jack die?feedback
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Sep 27 2017
We found 30 articles in which Milo Ventimiglia said something. The most recent Milo Ventimiglia’s quote is: “I'm glad we've revealed a little bit to everyone. I know people have been asking questions, and I stay silent, because there's so much I can't reveal, but I'm glad they know at least a bit.”. In addition, all sources we refer have quoted Milo Ventimiglia 63 times. On this page, you will find all of Milo Ventimiglia’s quotes organized by date and topic.
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Sep 18 2017

You learn from it. You learn a better way of doing things. It wasn't until my mid to late twenties that the job wears on you, relationships wear on you. He "wouldn't change a thing. When you get knocked over the head in life, it builds your perspective.feedback

Sep 17 2017

I definitely feel responsible even though Sterling and Justin are older than me in life. I definitely feel like they're my sons.feedback

Sep 17 2017

I feel like I've arrived into complete adulthood. I think I'm old enough to know I'm not young enough to thing I know everything. Back then I was like, I know that.' Now I'm like, I don't know that. I'm going to learn that. I'm going to take my time. I'm going to stretch.' There's always something to learn.feedback

Sep 15 2017

You learn from it. You learn a better way of doing things. It wasn't until my mid to late twenties that the job wears on you, relationships wear on you. He "wouldn't change a thing. When you get knocked over the head in life, it builds your perspective. I've always looked forward to being older because people always looked at me as younger. It was the same thing with my mother and my father. My father is 70 and my mother is closing in.feedback

Aug 14 2017

The No. 1 comment I get is, Tell me how [Jack] died,' which stung a little bit when I would first get that question. I remember the first time it happened was the day after the finale and I was taking a meeting and I was walking across the studio lot and a guy said to me, Hey man, great show. … I was a little bummed, though. Last night, we couldn't see how you died.feedback

Jun 30 2017

When I was a kid it was totally Alyssa Milano. I think everybody had a crush on Alyssa Milano.feedback

Jun 28 2017

I don't think of myself as anything more than a person who sits in the living room with you telling you a story. I just happen to be in 16 million living rooms. So for me, I never want to ruin that experience so I try and keep my private life private and let the characters and the work be the experience for an audience.feedback

Jun 28 2017

I was shocked and terrified and in love and feeling something I'd never really felt before. And it was amazing and I wanted it again.feedback

Jun 27 2017

It's just patience. I think hair grows, um, a millimeter every month, or half-inch every six months, or a quarter kilometer every year. I'm really not sure, I think the best thing to do is wash your face and use lotion and just pray that it grows in right.feedback

Jun 27 2017 - Wall Street

There is nothing wrong with being clean-shaven. If you're a little patchy, and you've got your fingers crossed for that nice thick heavy Wisconsin butcher beard, just be OK with looking more like a Wall Street, slick, well-dressed, well-shaven man. Nothing wrong with that.feedback

Jun 21 2017

Service members are out every day, giving everything. It's the smallest and easiest thing to do to recognize the great work that all of our service members do for us.feedback

Jun 20 2017

I'm wanting to get back to Jack in his 50s, having walked out the door stepping away from his marriage for a second to go sleep on Miguel's couch. Just to know how he can get his family back on track. Seeing Jack and Rebecca in disrepair breaks my heart, too, and so I'm looking forward to getting back to the '90s.feedback

Jun 20 2017

Before the conversation even came up about Jack's real history – even outside of his bad childhood with his father – in my mind, I'd always seen Jack as a Vietnam vet.feedback

Jun 20 2017

I would love to explore that era of Jack when he was a young man in Vietnam. I feel like there's 50-some years of this man's life and we've only seen 18 hours of it. My dad is such a great man … I know even though he presented himself as put-together, I know that war impacted him and affected him. I would start to pull those feelings I saw from my own father into Jack.feedback

Jun 19 2017

I was going to go be an auto mechanic. In Southern California there's this auto school and it's advertised 'Everybody needs mechanics, because they need those cars fixed' and I'm like, That's a job that's going to be in demand, so why don't I learn more than I already know about cars and professionally fix cars.feedback

Jun 19 2017

It broke my spirit. Because that show itself, toward the end, it felt like the world-ending engine was more important than the human experience of it, which is what the show started as. It kind of just broke me inside and I thought to myself 'Do I really want to do this? Do I want to continue acting? Because it may just be disappointment after disappointment after disappointment.feedback

Jun 19 2017

The third time I was gonna quit I was like, You know what, I gotta leave the country, because this is just killing me, this business. I have dual citizenship with Italy. I was like, I'm gonna sell everything, I'm going to fly to Rome, I'm gonna buy a motorcycle, I'm going to ride around until I can find a farm I can work on. I'm going to shave my head, I'm gonna grow a beard and I'm going to work on a farm … just lead a very different life very far away.feedback

Jun 19 2017

I wasn't there yet in other people's eyes. So I was just like, Look, I feel that I'm there and if you don't see it then sorry, f– you.' So I basically was like, I'm gonna go.feedback

Jun 19 2017

They'd be like: 'Kid, you look like you're 17,' . I mean, even now – I'm 40 this year, and they're like: 'No, you're not.feedback

Jun 19 2017

They'd be like: 'Could you stop doing that thing with your mouth where your lip is going down?' . And I'd be like: 'Hey, I was born that way.' … I mean, look, I can't get away from it now. It's who I am, you know? I've got a crooked mouth.feedback

Jun 19 2017

No, no, no, no, no – your mouth is too crooked,' . They said: 'You look too young,' and I was like: 'Yeah, but I'm 24.feedback

Jun 19 2017

Every time I'd catch myself getting this slanted, really pronounced mouth, I would figure out a way to straighten the word out – straighten my mouth out through the word and kind of correct that so it wasn't as pronounced. Now, it only pops out if I'm running and yelling. If I'm running and yelling in a scene, I can't control it. It gets so crooked!feedback

Jun 16 2017

I think that he's never going to not love her. Now that doesn't mean it's a romantic love – it just means, I think, the two of them found something deep, a connection so deep when they were so young that even though their lives went on different paths, different directions, they had that. They had that together and you never lose it.feedback

Jun 16 2017

Jess absolutely loved Rory still – absolutely did. But it was also like the moment was passed. Or was it not? I don't know. … I didn't write the show, so I don't really know,' . I just know that [creator Amy Sherman-Palladino] wanted me to look lovingly in the direction of Rory, played by the great Alexis Bledel, and I did.feedback

Jun 16 2017

It was fun, I enjoyed it, I'm happy I got to step back into Jess' leather jacket for a moment, but at the same time, it was a different experience.feedback

Jun 15 2017

I feel like there's a currency to your personal life and your performance – your acting, your work. If that personal life starts to outweigh what the work is, then your work suffers. Your actual performance suffers because the audience won't see the character, they'll see you. And then you're just playing yourself, but you're playing a version of yourself that's not yourself.feedback

Jun 15 2017

I'm very happy – incredibly happy. Haven't been happier!feedback

Jun 15 2017

It isn't easy, but I go back to the work.feedback

Jun 14 2017

I feel like this show is getting back to that appointment television where you're going to clock in once a week, you're going to pay attention, and then guess what? You're going to wait one more week, just seven days. So that information, that want to, that desire to say, I want to know how Jack died,' well, you're just going to have to wait and be patient.feedback

Jun 07 2017

I try to show up even on the days I'm not working. I do a lot of photography behind the scenes. I shoot everything on film [that takes place] in the past and everything on digital [that takes place] in the present. I try to be around, be that Papa Pearson.feedback

Jun 07 2017

People are dissatisfied no matter what. If Jack dies: 'Why did you kill him?' If Jack lives: 'Why didn't you show us how he died?' . I know how [Jack dies], I know when, I know why.feedback

Jun 07 2017

People just need to calm down … and understand that things are going to unfold as they're supposed to unfold.feedback

Jun 02 2017

I'm so happy we gave the fans more episodes of Gilmore Girls, but I'm more happy for the second season of This Is Us.feedback

May 24 2017

Service members are out every day, giving everything. It's the smallest and easiest thing to do to recognize the great work that all of our service members do for us. So, to show up, shake some hands, hold some babies is awesome.feedback

May 16 2017

It never feels good to make people cry, but at the same time, to make someone feel a little bit of emotion is always a good thing.feedback

Mar 15 2017

There are all these big moments [in the season 1 finale] and, of course, for Jack and Rebecca the idea that they're broken.feedback

Mar 15 2017

I feel like you and I are in marriage counseling right now saying all this. That's what you and I are going to be doing, marriage counseling over the break.feedback

Mar 15 2017

Next time that you tell me that you love me, make sure you're not just doing it out of habit. At the end of the day, what happens to them – how they turn out – that's bigger than us.feedback

Mar 14 2017 - Twitter

Heartbreaking. What else can you expect from this show? Heartbreaking in the way that life is heartbreaking. That's what I love about this show. The way he passes away is going to be heartbreaking for people.feedback

Mar 13 2017

I know he was in some pretty hot spots. He was 20, 21 years old. To know that my father has experienced war, like some of my friends have experienced war, gives me a different perspective. ... There's gotta be a better way to solve the problems that we have.feedback

Mar 13 2017

I think I would absolutely love to have that, have a family, have a wife, have a partner. You think about who is that one person that you're going to be with that you can just walk shoulder-to-shoulder with in life, support, and they support you, you know.feedback

Mar 13 2017

I didn't see my father cry until I was maybe 21 years old, when his father passed away. And I thought to myself, Wow I've never seen my dad cry, until then. Why is that?' And I started breaking that apart and thinking, I believe that my father was trying to give me strength as a young man moving forward in life.feedback

Mar 03 2017

Contribute to the world instead of taking away from it, and I think in that you're going to attract a good mate. You're going to attract someone that is going to admire you for who you are, and maybe not just the way your nose is placed on your face in relation to your chin.feedback

Mar 03 2017

Yes. I love very deeply. I think what I try and do is try and represent what men could be – which is kind, which is giving, which is not a pushover. Just be a strong man. Be a good man. You can tell there's a little animosity in how much the wife loves me. And I say: 'Hey, let's get her on the phone, let's call her – but she needs to know that you delivered me, so the glory goes back to you. It's not about me, it's about you. You did the good thing for your girl.feedback

Mar 03 2017 - Japan

Maybe get a puppy? A 'support animal' I think they call them nowadays. But it's just an idea that, find a loved one – someone you care about – and hold them tight because the end of the season may hurt a little bit. One day, I brought to set these little wooden tops that I picked up in Japan, and I gave them to all three kids. I had one for Mandy and me to use as well, so we could all do it together and make a game out of it, see who could spin it the longest and all that. I always try and keep the kids engaged, focused, but also let them be kids.feedback

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