More From Chris Evert
- "I think team sports probably teach you more about giving – about being unselfish and being flexible."
- "When you’re a famous, successful person at 16 years old, the rules change for you. Everybody is doing things for you to make life easier so you can go out and play. And I think you miss out on lot of growing up and a lot of reality checks."
- "I was labeled at a young age – Miss Unemotional, Miss Cool, and that would carry over to my press conferences."
More In Famous
- "I walk the streets, take the train, it’s real simple. Some actors create their own mythology: ‘Oh, I’m so famous I can’t go places, because I created this mythology that I’m so famous I can’t go places.’"― Samuel L. Jackson
- "It was a mixed blessing to have famous parents. It was tough to go to auditions and be bad, since I couldn’t be anonymous."― Ben Stein
- "It struck me that working digitally with a small crew, I could lay out a general plan for Famous and hope for mistakes which would create something more than satire and something less than truthful reality."― Griffin Dunne