I’ve always been hopeful about Scotland’s prospects. And I now believe more than ever that Scotland is within touching distance of achieving independence and equality.
Some age, others mature.
I’m an actor – it’s not brain surgery. If I do my job right, people won’t ask for their money back.
Everyone talks about how they knew the Bond films were going to be a success, but it simply isn’t true.
There’s always a new challenge to keep you motivated.
Everything I have done or attempted to do for Scotland has always been for her benefit, never my own and I defy anyone to prove otherwise.
I am not a politician and I have no intention of being one.
Scotland should be nothing less than equal with all the other nations of the world.
I’m an easy target because of my political opinions.
I have no shortage of material or offers, it’s just a case of what you select to do. But I think it’s realistic that my chances of playing Romeo are now over.
You know, the Oscar I was awarded for The Untouchables is a wonderful thing, but I can honestly say that I’d rather have won the U.S. Open Golf Tournament.
I met my wife through playing golf. She is French and couldn’t speak English and I couldn’t speak French, so there was little chance of us getting involved in any boring conversations – that’s why we got married really quickly.
I’ve never kept a record of anything.
I still pay full tax when I work in England and the same when I work in America.
I’m swimming every day and I’m even trying to get the golf swing working again – but that might take a little bit longer.