"Apart from her looks, which were magical, she possessed beautiful poise; her neck looked almost too fragile to support her head and bore with it a sense of surprise, and something of the pride of the master juggler who can make a brilliant maneuver appear almost accidental. She also had something else: an attraction of the most perturbing nature I had ever encountered." -Laurence Olivier
"When Natalie died, I was embittered. I still get angry about it and I wonder why it had to happen. I have all those feelings of grief and anger that people who've lost someone they love always have. I had lived a charmed life, and then I lost a beautiful woman I loved with all my heart." -Robert Wagner
There's something about the Brits. If you compare the American girls to the British ones, there's a certain elegance, a certain class that, if you're lucky, comes with English actors. And she's a classy actress with great instinct.-Lasse Hallstrom (Director, Casanova)"
"There's only one woman who has been my friend over the years and by that I mean a real friend, like a man would be. That woman is Maureen O'Hara. She's big, lusty, and absolutely marvelous definitely my kind of woman. She's a great guy. I've had many friends and I prefer the company of men. Except for Maureen O'Hara." -John Wayne
"I've had luck with my leading ladies. The real shocker was Ursula Andress, with whom I made What's New Pussycat. She's a bloody sex symbol and all that, and yet she's one of the nicest people you'll ever meet. A real mother hen, looking after everybody." -Peter O'Toole
"Isn't Halle Berry the most beautiful woman? I have a film I'd like to be in her with. I mean, I'd like to be with her in." - Ewan McGregor, at the 2002 Golden Globe Awards commenting to Melissa Rivers on Halle Berry, who just walked by.