Megan Fox (1986) started off her career in “Holiday In the Sun” starring opposite Ashley Olsen. She has later starred in various television series, including What I Like About You and Two and a Half Men. She is currently married American actor Brian Austin Green.
Megan Fox makes it known that she’s aware that she’s known for her sex appeal more than her acting skills, and true to form, she doesn’t hold back from talking about that, or anything else really.
Read some quotes of Megan Fox:
I’m wary of doing romantic comedies, you could end up doing them all the time. Business-wise, those movies are very safe. They’re tailored to Middle America. But I’m 24, I don’t belong in a romantic comedy yet. A black comedy like Jennifer’s Body maybe, but I don’t know if I could do something like The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants.
~ Megan Fox is reluctant to star in comedy roles / June 27, 2010
They couldn’t remake it because it would destroy it, but I’ve always loved The Lost Boys. The female character in it s not really amazing, but if you were to turn one of the male characters into a female, I would love to do that. That movie has stuck with me my whole life. There’s something magic about it to me.
~ Megan Fox would love to star in a Lost Boys remake / June 27, 2010
We are just even more committed to each other and we always have been. I am more in love with him now than I was in the beginning.
~Megan Fox on her relationship with Brian Austin Green / June 18, 2010
It’s going to be years! I’m going to be 44 when I get married! Brian is in on the planning. He wants to be!
~ Megan Fox is in no rush to get married / June 18, 2010
I’ve maintained the same relationships that I’ve had before this happened to me, and I kept people close to me that I love and respect, and I’ve distanced myself from the Hollywood crowd. I don’t go out and socialize that way, I’m very domestic, and I think that keeps me sane. My personal relationships keep me grounded.
~ Megan Fox saying her fiance Brian Austin Green helped her from going insane / June 16, 2010
Mickey is such a beautiful, wonderful human being. He’s so genuine and so sweet and so talented. I just love him to death. I kept telling him that he needs to have kids, because I think he’s going to be an amazing dad. I hope he does that soon. I actually got a tattoo that is sort of in honor of him. It’s on my ribs. I don’t know if it’s been photographed yet, but it’ll come out eventually, I’m sure. I just love him very much and think he’s very special.
~ Megan Fox says Mickey Rourke should settle down and have kids / June 15, 2010
I just think, if you’re going to get married, if you’re going to be with someone and make a commitment, it’s good to tell the universe, to say, ‘I’m committing to this person and making them my family’. I think there’s something respectable about that and if we were to do it, it would be for ourselves. It wouldn’t’ be for society.
~ Megan Fox expects to marry boyfriend Brian Austin Green in the future / June 15, 2010
Megan Fox said about herself:
I guess I see a resemblance between us two, but I want to become my own person.
~ Megan Fox
I really enjoy having sex, and that’s offensive to some people. Women are the quickest to call other women sluts, which is sad. I haven’t met a lot of men who’ve said, “You like having sex? What a dirty whore you are!”. That’s because they wish their wives or girlfriends would have more sex with them.
~ Megan Fox
I just had an incredible amount of empathy for her my whole life. I cry when I see her on camera.
~ Megan Fox
People who don’t like me talk about it as though I’m trash because I have tattoos. I find that insane because it’s 2008, not the 1950s. Tattoos aren’t limited to sailors. It’s a form of art I find beautiful. I love it.
~ Megan Fox
I could see myself in a relationship with a girl; Olivia Wilde is so sexy she makes me want to strangle a mountain ox with my bare hands. She’s mesmerizing.
I didn’t get along with Lindsay Lohan on ‘Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen’, but you have to consider that we were 16-year-old girls. I haven’t seen Lindsay since then, but I imagine she’s grown and become a different person. I know I have.
I have a mouth and I’m not afraid to use it.
I have no friends and I never leave my house.
I have the libido of a 15-year-old boy. My sex drive is so high. I’d rather have sex with Brian all the time than leave the house. He doesn’t mind.
On her mental state:
“I think that I’m so psychotic and so mentally ill that if I could tap into that I could do something really interesting.” – Entertainment Weekly, June 2009
“If there’s no sun, I go batshit crazy.” – Total Film, July 2009
“I haven’t gone completely insane, but it might happen soon.” – Entertainment Tonight, June 2009
“I have no friends and I never leave my house.” – Times of London, June 2009
“My weight fluctuates constantly—I don’t really take good care of myself. I just sort of exist and survive.” – Elle, June 2009
“I’m so suspicious of boys-slash-men. I just don’t like them or trust them.” – Elle, June 2009
“Retards. Ridiculous. So pathetic!” – British GQ, July 2009
“I really don’t know anything about being single yet, really. I was with someone from the time I was 18, so I’ve never been forced to take care of myself. I’ve always had someone doing that for me.” – Elle, June 2009
“I’ve always gotten along better with boys.” – Elle, June 2009
“There are some…actors who have been in the business for a while, who are very egocentric and have been able to sleep with a lot of girls for whatever reason, and because they don’t know me they think I’m going to be this little cupcake, this Marilyn Monroe type who’s going to bat my eyes and be like a receptacle for them.” British GQ, July 2009
“I’m not going to be married – I’m not the marrying type. I know people will say, ‘Why are you engaged if you’re not the marrying type?’ I am impulsive and I love my boyfriend, but I have no plans of getting married any time soon.” Extra, April 2009
“I come across as confident and [women] assume that means that I think I’m hot shit. And that makes them feel bad about themselves and so they hate me.” – Entertainment Weekly, June 2009
“I go to the set thinking I’m not going to have any female friends, because that’s the reality of the business. From what I’ve experienced, women aren’t good friends to one another. When guys want to hang out with you because your personality is badass, women immediately hate you.” – Maxim, July 2007
“I’m actually frightened of [Angelina Jolie]. I haven’t had the opportunity to meet her and I try to avoid that because I’m afraid. Angelina’s a powerful person and I bet she would eat me alive. I guess that is why I’m afraid of her.” – FHM, June 2007
“I was joking [about Angelina]! She always seems otherworldly in her power and her confidence. I’m sure she has no idea who I am. But if I were her, I’d be like, ‘Who the fuck is this little bullshit brat who was in Transformers that’s going to be the next me?’ I don’t want to meet her; I’d be embarrassed.” – Entertainment Weekly, June 2009
“I’m not trying to take Cate Blanchett down.” – USA Today, April 2009
“I didn’t get along with Lindsay Lohan on Confessions Of A Teenage Drama Queen, but you have to consider that we were 16-year-old girls. I haven’t seen Lindsay since then, but I imagine she’s grown and become a different person. I know I have. From what I’ve experienced, women aren’t good friends to one another. When guys want to hang out with you because your personality is badass, women immediately hate you.” – Maxim, July 2007
“If you want your girls to feel strong and intelligent and be outspoken and fight for what they think is right, then I want to be that type of role model.” – Times of London, June 2009
On Zac Efron:
“Zac Efron is my obsession, we’re the same person. We’re not actually here, it’s like Janet and Michael Jackson. He just puts on his wig and a dress, and it’s me, and you don’t know that. It’s one of the greatest mysteries of all time.” – GQ Man of the Year Event, 2008
“Well let me tell you what [High School Musical] is really about. High School Musical is about this group of boys who are all being molested by the basketball coach, who is Zac Efron’s dad. It’s about them struggling to cope with this molestation. And they have these little girlfriends, who are their beards. Oh, and somehow there’s music involved. You have to get stoned to watch it.” – Esquire, June 2009
“Robert [Pattinson] and Zac [Efron]—they’re just too pretty, with the big hair and the suits.” – Elle, May 2009
“I hope they legalize [marijuana] and when they do I’ll be the first fucking person in line to buy my pack of joints.” – British GQ, July 2009
“I’ve done drugs, and that’s how I know I don’t like them. I tried several things in order to make an informed decision, but I didn’t enjoy anything other than marijuana. Cocaine is back with a vengeance, everyone in every club is doing drugs. A lot of people are on prescription drugs. Celebrities aren’t trying to hide it, except where people have camera phones.” – Maxim, 2007
“Before I go onstage anywhere, I take a Xanax now.” – GQ, October 2008
“Well, I’m clearly not ugly.” – Entertainment Weekly, June 2009
“Really my only job is to look attractive. I was so angry about that, that I went in the opposite direction. I turned into a really butch bull dyke for, like, six months… Then I went in the other direction. From being a giant motorcycle-riding lesbian, I turned into a zombie. I lost, like, 30 pounds. I was like, ‘I’m losing weight for the movie’. I was telling myself I was being method (method acting), which was so outrageous and ridiculous and not true.” – British GQ, July 2009
“I think all women in Hollywood are known as sex symbols. That’s what our purpose is in this business. You’re merchandised, you’re a product. You’re sold and it’s based on sex. But that’s okay. I think women should be empowered by that, not degraded.” – Entertainment Weekly, June 2009
“I thought it was awesome [being sexualized at a young age]. I was going to a Christian high school and I wasn’t a feminist yet.” – Entertainment Weekly, June 2009
“I think people are born bisexual and the make subconscious choices based on the pressures of society. I have no question in my mind about being bisexual. But I’m also a hypocrite: I would never date a girl who is bisexual, because that means they also sleep with men, and men are so dirty that I’d never sleep with a girl who had slept with a man.” – Esquire, June 2009
“I’m just really confident sexually, and I think that sort of oozes out of my pores. It’s just there. It’s something I don’t have to turn on.” – Elle, June 2009
“If you know how to take control of [being a sex symbol], then it can be powerful. But I have no idea how to handle it yet, how to deal with it.” – The Sun, May 2009
“I really enjoy having sex, and that’s offensive to some people. Women are the quickest to call other women sluts, which is sad. I haven’t met a lot of men who’ve said, ‘You like having sex? What a dirty whore you are!’ That’s because they wish their wives or girlfriends would have more sex with them.” – FHM, 2008
“I resent having to prove that I’m not a retard.” – Esquire, June 2009
“I’m smart and I can be really funny and interesting and I can go toe-to-toe with anybody in a conversation.” – Entertainment Weekly, June 2009
“I don’t want to have to be like a Scarlett Johansson, who I have nothing against, but I don’t want to have to go on talk shows and pull out every single SAT word I’ve ever learned to prove, like, ‘Take me seriously, I am intelligent, I can speak.'” – Esquire, June 2009
“That was taken out of context. It made it sound like I was suggesting she’s pretentious. She’s clearly book-smart and she allows people to see that every time she opens her mouth. And I was suggesting that for me to do that – people would receive it as though I was being pretentious.” – Entertainment Weekly, June 2009
“I’ve never been a big believer in formal education.” – CosmoGirl, June/July 2008
“I used to sit back and think, ‘Please, Britney Spears has the best life ever—she has everything she could ever want!’ But she has one of the worst lives. Her life is a living fucking nightmare. I have panic attacks thinking about her life.” – Entertainment Weekly, June 2009
“We actors are kind of prostitutes. We get paid to feign attraction and love. Other people are paying to watch us kissing someone, touching someone, doing things people in a normal monogamous relationship would never do with anyone who’s not their partner. It’s really kind of gross.” – British GQ, July 2009
“If I show up and give any sort of performance at all, even a mediocre one, everyone will walk away going, ‘Holy shit! Megan did a great job in that movie!’ So I’m an overachiever just by default because of the category I’ve been put in.” – Times of London, June 2009
“Oh my God! Screen kissing is f****** gross. This one kid I had to kiss had just eaten. And he passed a piece of whatever it was into my mouth. Not on purpose, like it was in his tooth or something. And it was really salty. I almost cried. I was a bitch for the rest of the day.” – British GQ, July 2009
“It pisses me when people fucking complain that I’m too beautiful to get this part. That’s bullshit. You wouldn’t be working if you weren’t attractive. Hollywood is the most superficial thing you could possibly be a part of. And if I weren’t attractive I wouldn’t be working at all.” – Esquire, June 2009
“I’ve done one movie. And it’s not a movie I want to stand on as far as acting ability goes. I mean, I’m not going to win an Oscar anytime soon. I’m not Meryl Streep.” – GQ, October 2008
“I would love to do a movie naked; it would be beautiful. No one dares make that kind of film today. They did it in the 1930s in an arty way, so why not now?” – The Daily Star, July 2008
“Maybe, you know, [my next role can be] something that’s more of a character piece that doesn’t involve a leather motorcycle outfit.” – Entertainment Tonight, June 2009
“I’m horrible to live with. I don’t clean. My clothes end up wherever I take them off. I forget to flush the toilet. Friends will tell me, “Megan, you totally pinched a loaf in my toilet and didn’t flush.” – FHM, June 2007
“I am pretty sure I am a doppelganger for Alan Alda. I’m a tranny. I’m a man. I’m so painfully insecure. I’m on the verge of vomiting now. I am so horrified that I am here, and embarrassed. I’m scared,” – Red carpet interview at the Golden Globes, 2009
“I wouldn’t regret [my “Brian” tattoo] if we weren’t together. I can always have a kid and name him Brian. There are options.” – FHM, June 2007
“If you eat Chinese food, your farts come out like Chinese food. If you eat Mexican food, your farts come out like Mexican food. And milk, it’s like-you can smell the warmth in the fart. My wardrobe on Transformers always smells like farts, and I have no idea why.” – GQ, October 2008
“I need to behave in a way that will cause people to take me seriously.” – Entertainment Tonight, June 2009
“I don’t hang out in strip clubs so much anymore. But when I just turned 18, and dare I say, before 18, it was just my thing. I was just so happy to be doing something I knew my mom would die if she knew where I was. I was going through that stage. I would go with my girlfriends. It was a really fun and loose environment. There’s one strip club in L.A. that I would go to called ‘The Body Shop.’ I was obsessed with it, and I’m in love with Motley Crue because Vince Neil sings about it in ‘Girls, Girls, Girls.’ I would go there and think, ‘Oh my God, Vince Neil and Tommy Lee would come here! It’s so amazing!’ I don’t do that anymore. But every once in a while I don’t mind going out with some guys and hanging at a strip club.” – GQ, October 2008