“I’m an outgoing, personable kind of guy, so I’m not sure why they cast me as the lonely son of Tom Hanks in Road to Perdition. I heard they liked how I could use my eyes. Since I made that film a few years ago, I’ve changed from a 4'9” 96-pound thirteen-year-old, to a 6’ 160-pounder. Thank God my voice is lower! I’ve been acting now since I was eight, and one Hollywood stereotype I’ve learned is not true is that actors are weird and selfish. I’ve met the coolest, most down-to-earth actors working in the business. No one is nicer and more humble than Tom Hanks. When his son came to visit the set, Tom took us to see the Cubs play at Wrigley Field. How awesome is that?“ - Tyler Hoechlin in A&F’s 2004 Rising Stars Magazine
Charles Farrell & Janet Gaynor made 12 pictures together during the years 1927 to 1934.
“We three were so chummy that I became their "beard,” the cover-up for their secret romance. I would drive them out to a little rundown, wooden house well south of Los Angeles, near the sea. I’d leave them there and go sailing or swimming until [it was] time to collect them and then we’d have a bit of dinner.“ - Douglas Fairbanks Jr.