In this post, you will find great Pigeonholed Quotes from famous people, such as Matthew Vaughn, Khandi Alexander, Steve Zahn, Kathryn Hahn, Mia Goth. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
When I was younger, you get pigeonholed in parts, which is understandable.
I don’t really think about being pigeonholed so much.
I’m not in a certain type of genre, and I can’t be categorized or pigeonholed. That leaves a wide range of what I can do for myself, for other people, and with other people.
I get pigeonholed into type-A personality characters, but I’m really not type A. I’m kind of a spaz.
Maori get pigeonholed into the idea they’re spiritual and telling stories like ‘Whale Rider‘ and ‘Once Were Warriors,’ quite serious stuff, but we’re pretty funny people, and we never really have had an opportunity to show that side of ourselves, the clumsy, nerdy side of ourselves, which is something I am.
It’s not fun for an actor to be pigeonholed in any way.
It’s important to get well-rounded right off the bat. A lot of experienced dancers can get pigeonholed into one thing. I’ve been hired for a lot of different gigs simply because I can do a lot of different things with different levels of dancers. And it’s sad to me that some dancers don’t do more.
I could have pigeonholed us and wrote a whole record like ‘Pumped Up Kicks,’ and we would have been this breezy, nostalgic West Coast Beach Boys recreation band. That’s not the type of writer I am. Once I try one style, I move on.
A lot of times, women are pigeonholed.
The cool thing about being different in this industry is that you get different roles; you aren’t pigeonholed the same way.
I think liberals have a lot of good ideas, actually. But I’ve been pigeonholed, and I’m quite comfortable with it.
I embrace my blackness, just as I do my conservatism and my Christianity, but I don’t want to be defined or pigeonholed by any one of the many elements that make up my character.
I don’t like being pigeonholed. Why would you want to limit yourself to one style or one genre? Labels are something I want to avoid. I’ve had it my whole life, being pushed into a place, a circumstance or situation I didn’t want to be in. My motivation has always been to get away from it.
I wouldn’t want to be just pigeonholed as an extravagant director.
Everyone always says, ‘We don’t want to be pigeonholed.’ But sometimes, your pigeonhole is a great place to be.
You get pigeonholed. It’s a kind of safety device for people who don’t really want to look any further outside of the box, but I’m actually impregnable as far as what people say about me.
If I’m pigeonholed, it’s that people think I play sweet-natured ne’er-do-wells. There are worse fates than that in Hollywood.
I think when I got into broadcasting I told myself, ‘I don’t ever want to be pigeonholed as one thing.’
It’s tough advocating for trans visibility and not being pigeonholed as just a trans actress.
I don’t like the monikers, and I don’t like being pigeonholed. You know, I’m a human being.
I can create clothes for so many different time periods. I’ve always tried to avoid being pigeonholed. Plus, everything I learn about design and costume from one movie somehow works its way into something else.