Quotes by Andie MacDowell

During Katherine Hepburn's time when she was just coming into her own at 40.
– Andie MacDowell
I feel very comfortable in the UK. I could see myself living in the Cotswolds. I love it. I've had some great experiences. This is my fourth film here, and people seem to accept me. It's always nice to be accepted and welcomed.
– Andie MacDowell
I get so exhausted with people's perception of what I must be like to be 40 when it's actually wonderful. It's incredibly fabulous. I've never felt sexier in my whole life. I can wear sexy clothes because I've got an incredible body and I happen to be 43 but it's really not that hard, all you have to do is work out a little bit and it's not like everything is falling apart.
– Andie MacDowell
I live in a small town now, so beauty salons are sort of like where all the gossip ruminates where I live.
– Andie MacDowell
I lived in Paris when I was 20 and 21, and actually knew people that worked for the government there, that talked about terrorism in the country 20 years ago.
– Andie MacDowell
I mean, how many times does an actress get to play a school headmistress and then go out and have sex on top of a tombstone? Even when I see it now, I blush.
– Andie MacDowell
I must be thankful that I get to do intense dramatic roles, because it takes so much more, whereas I've been doing L'Oreal forever, and I can do that in my sleep.
– Andie MacDowell
I think hidden underneath a lot of teachers are very sexy women.
– Andie MacDowell
I think I would be more concerned about a sexually risque movie, than a movie that reveals a truth that needs to be revealed.
– Andie MacDowell
I think the human body is beautiful, and I don't really have a huge problem in dealing with it, but it's the context, the environment and what I feel about it that that makes the difference for me.
– Andie MacDowell
I think women have an innate ability to be intuitive with people that they truly love, but they have to trust that inner voice, and I think it is there. I think we are more intuitive than men.
– Andie MacDowell
I tried to tell them about the dating process because I'm single now and how horrible it is and how many foolish experiences I had had dating. So I was really selling him hard, but the whole time he really wanted me!
– Andie MacDowell
I've had young guys come on to me and I can't do it. I'm just not into it. I just can't do it. I think partially because my life circumstances are different. I have a 14-year-old son, and I wouldn't want to embarrass or humiliate my kids in any way, so I wouldn't allow myself to be attracted to a younger man.
– Andie MacDowell
It's the same old boring thing, and I honestly think it's the truth-wearing sunblock, drinking water, getting good sleep and being at peace with yourself. Whenever I am tormented inside, whenever there's something going on that makes her hurt or painful, that's when I'll look my worst. And I think it's for everybody.
– Andie MacDowell
My life in Montana is so diverse from my Hollywood life that it even feels odd for me to go from one life to the other.
– Andie MacDowell
Of course I have TIME underneath my belt. It would be a shame to put that to waste. It's bizarre. Who came up with this concept. What happened? When did this happen. We are supposed to be liberated and it seems like we've declined. Someone told me that Mae West did not start her acting career until she turned 40.
– Andie MacDowell
People that are 40, they don't sit around at talk about gray hair and how it covers their hair. They talk about highlighting, of course they're covering gray, but they don't talk about it that way. They're going to get their colors because they need a little lightening.
– Andie MacDowell
There's a picture of this woman who's got every different color hair. I thought that would be really interesting to pick up my kids looking like that.
– Andie MacDowell
We can sit around and go, okay, is there really a plan, does somebody really know what's happening, is it all planned out, because sometimes it just seems too remarkable to me the things that have happened to me.
– Andie MacDowell
When I was 23, basically I stopped modelling and started going to school, and was able to study with wonderful teachers.
– Andie MacDowell