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Arnold Schwarzenegger Net Worth

How rich is Arnold Schwarzenegger?

Arnold Schwarzenegger net worth:
$300 Million

Arnold Schwarzenegger information

Arnold Schwarzenegger information

Birth date: July 30, 1947 age 67
Birth place: Thal, Austria
Height:6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Weight:249 lbs (113 kg)
Profession:Actor, Bodybuilder, Politician, Entrepreneur, Businessperson, Investor, Film Producer, Television Director, Writer
Nationality:United States of America
Spouse:Maria Shriver (m. 1986)
Children:Patrick Schwarzenegger, Joseph Baena

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Among the largest personas within the entertainment industry Arnold Schwarzenegger net-worth is said to have estimation of 350 million dollars. A tremendous portion of it arises from his participation into acting, modeling, business, strength training as well as politics. The star was born in 1947 in a little village called Thal. There, his dad worked for a police chief. In 1960 Arnold Schwarzenegger began to become involved into sports. In those days he was invited by his soccer coach to return to gymnasium, where his love for strength training came in the time of fourteen. Nevertheless, his father wished that his son would eventually be a chief of police, just like he was working, along with his mother expected Arnold Schwarzenegger to become enrolled into trade school. But, the star himself understood that he needed to become was a professional bodybuilder, which constitutes a tremendous portion of Arnold Schwarzenegger net-worth.

Arnold Schwarzenegger Net Worth – 350 Million Dollars

He was watching films which dreamed to become one and featured his favourite body-builders, when the entertainer wasn’t seen within the gym training. Along with that, Steve Reeves was called Mr. Universe of 1950 as well as an effective actor. When he became twenty years old, he won the Mr. Universe contest and became the youngest man ever to do this. This kind of success raised the whole quantity of Arnold Schwarzenegger net-worth. Along with being a body-builder, Arnold Schwarzenegger was thinking about several other things too. He even had time to review in a small business college. In 1968 when the star was 21 years-old, he moved to live to LA where he began coaching in the Gold’s Fitness center. Moreover, he got so good at his profession this in 1970 he attained his first title of Mr. Olympia. Furthermore, he continued to win a couple more times to the title throughout his career for a body builder. He was picked to play a part within the film called “Hercules in New York” which added enormous amounts of cash to the entire number of Arnold Schwarzenegger net-worth.

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Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Sabotage2014/IJohn 'Breacher' Wharton
Escape Plan2013Rottmayer
The Last Stand2013Ray Owens
The Expendables 22012Trench
The Expendables2010Trench (uncredited)
The Kid & I2005Arnold
Around the World in 80 Days2004Prince Hapi
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines2003Video GameThe Terminator (voice)
The Rundown2003Bar Patron (uncredited)
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines2003Terminator
Liberty's Kids: Est. 17762002-2003TV SeriesBaron von Steubern
Collateral Damage2002Gordy Brewer
The 6th Day2000Adam Gibson
End of Days1999Jericho Cane
Batman & Robin1997Mr. Freeze / Dr. Victor Fries
Jingle All the Way1996Howard Langston
Eraser1996U.S. Marshal John 'The Eraser' Kruger
T2 3-D: Battle Across Time1996ShortThe Terminator
Junior1994Dr. Alex Hesse
True Lies1994Harry Tasker
Last Action Hero1993Jack Slater
Dave1993Arnold Schwarzenegger
Lincoln1992TV MovieJohn G. Nicolay (voice)
Christmas in Connecticut1992TV MovieMan in Chair in Front of Media Truck (uncredited)
Terminator 2: Judgment Day1991Video GameTerminator
Terminator 2: Judgment Day1991The Terminator
Kindergarten Cop1990Detective John Kimble
Viska prisiminti1990Douglas Quaid / Hauser
Tales from the Crypt1990TV SeriesX-Con
Twins1988Julius Benedict
Red Heat1988Ivan Danko
The Running Man1987Ben Richards
Predator1987Dutch
Raw Deal1986Mark Kaminsky / Joseph P. Brenner
Commando1985John Matrix
Red Sonja1985Kalidor
The Terminator1984Terminator
Conan the Destroyer1984Conan
Conan the Barbarian1982Conan
The Jayne Mansfield Story1980TV MovieMickey Hargitay
Scavenger Hunt1979Lars
The Villain1979Handsome Stranger
The San Pedro Beach Bums1977TV SeriesMuscleman
The Streets of San Francisco1977TV SeriesJosef Schmidt
Stay Hungry1976Joe Santo
Happy Anniversary and Goodbye1974TV MovieRico
The Long Goodbye1973Hood in Augustine's Office (uncredited)
Hercules in New York1969Hercules (as Arnold Strong 'Mr. Universe')
Terminator Genisys2015post-productionTerminator
The Legend of ConanannouncedConan
TripletsannouncedJulius Benedict
Maggie2015/IWade Vogel
Two and a Half Men2015TV SeriesDetective Wagner
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon2015TV SeriesThe Terminator
The Expendables 32014Trench

Producer

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Maggie2015/Iproducer
Years of Living Dangerously2014TV Series documentary executive producer - 9 episodes
The 6th Day2000producer
Last Action Hero1993executive producer

Director

Director

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Christmas in Connecticut1992TV Movie
Tales from the Crypt1990TV Series 1 episode

Thanks

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Railroader2012Documentary special thanks
Salmagundi2009Documentary short special thanks
Kambakkht Ishq2009special thanks
Study Hall2004Short special thanks
Raw Iron: The Making of 'Pumping Iron'2002TV Movie documentary special thanks
Iron and Beyond2002Video documentary short special thanks
Dirty Harry: The Original2001Video documentary short special thanks
Other Voices: Creating 'The Terminator'2001Video documentary special thanks
The 6th Day: The Future Is Coming2000Video documentary short thanks
The Making of 'The Terminator': A Retrospective1992Video documentary short special thanks

Self

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Wetten, dass..?1988-1996TV SeriesHimself
Explosiv - Das Magazin1996TV Series documentaryHimself
Very Important Pennis1996TV SeriesHimself
Crook & Chase1996TV SeriesHimself
Sinatra: 80 Years My Way1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Annual 1995 ShoWest Awards1995TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
The First 100 Years: A Celebration of American Movies1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
The 67th Annual Academy Awards1995TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Irving G. Thalberg Award
The 52nd Annual Golden Globe Awards1995TV SpecialHimself - Nominee: Best Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy / Musical & Presenter
Tohuwabohu1995TV SeriesHimself
A Century of Cinema1994DocumentaryHimself
Moviewatch1994TV Series documentaryHimself - Interviewee
Late Show with David Letterman1994TV SeriesHimself
Today1985-1994TV SeriesHimself
The Making of 'True Lies'1994TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Arsenio Hall Show1990-1994TV SeriesHimself
Beretta's Island1994Himself
1993 MTV Movie Awards1993TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
T2: More Than Meets the Eye1993Video short documentaryHimself
Entertainment UK1993TV SeriesHimself - Interviewee
Hollywood Women1993TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
The Last Party1993DocumentaryHimself (uncredited)
Good Day New York1993TV SeriesHimself
John & Leeza from Hollywood1993TV SeriesHimself
Aspel & Company1993TV SeriesHimself
Kathie Lee Gifford's Celebration of Motherhood1993TV MovieHimself
CBS This Morning1993TV SeriesHimself
The Road to Hollywood1993TV Movie documentaryHimself
1992 MTV Movie Awards1992TV SpecialHimself - Presenter
The Making of 'The Terminator': A Retrospective1992Video documentary shortHimself
Feed1992DocumentaryHimself
Jocs de nit1992TV SeriesHimself
Gran premio internazionale della TV1992TV SeriesHimself
Muhammad Ali's 50th Birthday Celebration1992TV SpecialHimself
The 49th Annual Golden Globe Awards1992TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Motion Picture - Drama
Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards '921992TV SpecialHimself
The 18th Annual People's Choice Awards1992TV SpecialHimself - Accepting Award for Favourite Motion Picture
The Making of 'Terminator 2: Judgment Day'1991TV Short documentaryHimself
Saturday Night Live1988-1991TV SeriesHimself
Wogan1991TV SeriesHimself
Showbiz Today1991TV SeriesHimself
Victory & Valor: Special Olympics World Games1991TV Movie documentaryHimself
Naked Hollywood1991TV Mini-SeriesHimself
Late Night with David Letterman1985-1991TV SeriesHimself
Inside Edition1991TV Series documentaryHimself
The Making of 'Total Recall'1990TV Short documentaryHimself / Douglas Quaid
The Making of 'Kindergarten Cop'1990Documentary shortDetective John Kimble
The Word1990TV SeriesHimself
Mary Hart Presents: Power in the Public Eye1990TV MovieHimself
Presidential Inaugural Gala1989TV MovieHimself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1979-1988TV SeriesHimself
Schwarzenegger: Total Rebuild1988DocumentaryHimself
The World's Greatest Stunts: A Tribute to Hollywood Stuntmen1988TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Oprah Winfrey Show1987TV SeriesHimself
The Simon Wiesenthal Center Annual Humanitarian Awards Honoring Anatoly Scharansky1987TV SpecialHimself
Mensch Meier1986TV SeriesHimself
Good Morning Britain1986TV SeriesHimself
Saturday Night's Main Event1985TV SeriesHimself
Regis Philbin's Lifestyles1985TV SeriesHimself
The 56th Annual Academy Awards1984TV Special documentaryHimself - Co-Presenter: Technical Achievement Awards
The Making of 'Terminator'1984TV Short documentaryHimself
Carnival in Rio1983TV Movie documentaryHimself - Host
Body by Garret1982Documentary shortHimself
Our Voices Ourselves1982TV MovieHimself
The Graham Norton Show2012-2015TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Guest
Evening Magazine1982TV SeriesHimself
Arnold Schwarzenegger's Guide to Blowing Sh*T Up2015TV ShortHimself
The Making of 'Superman II'1982TV Movie documentaryHimself
Entertainment Tonight1987-2015TV SeriesHimself
The Merv Griffin Show1977-1981TV SeriesHimself
The Late Late Show with James Corden2015TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Hosting Trainer
Tomorrow Coast to Coast1981TV SeriesHimself
Extra2014-2015TV SeriesHimself
The Comeback1980DocumentaryHimself
WrestleMania2015TV MovieHimself / The Terminator
The Alan Hamel Show1980TV SeriesHimself
WWE Hall of Fame2015TV MovieHimself
Dinah!1976-1979TV SeriesHimself
WWE NXT2015TV SeriesHimself
The Mike Douglas Show1978TV SeriesHimself - Bodybuilder
Formula 1: BBC Sport2015TV SeriesHimself
A.M. Chicago1978TV SeriesHimself
Radical Body Transformation2015TV SeriesHimself
V.I.P.-Schaukel1977TV Series documentaryHimself
The 50th Annual Mr Olympia2014TV MovieHimself
This Is America1977DocumentaryBodybuilder at Gold's Gym (uncredited)
Omg! Insider2014TV SeriesHimself
Apropos Film1977TV Series documentaryHimself
Howard Stern Birthday Bash2014VideoHimself - Video Message
Pumping Iron1977DocumentaryHimself
Cinema 32014TV SeriesHimself
ABC's Wide World of Sports1976TV SeriesHimself - Contestant
Sit Down with the Stars2014TV SeriesHimself
Boardwalk Hempire: The Rise and Fall of the Medical Kush Beach Club2014Documentary voice
Years of Living Dangerously2014TV Series documentaryHimself
Deutschland sucht den Superstar2014TV SeriesHimself
Made in Hollywood2012-2014TV SeriesHimself
Reel Junkie2014TV SeriesHimself
Live with Kelly and Michael2013-2014TV SeriesHimself
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon2014TV SeriesHimself
WWF Raw1999-2014TV SeriesHimself
Das Energie-Experiment Güssing2013TV Movie documentaryHimself
Generation Iron2013DocumentaryHimself
Framelines2013TV SeriesHimself
Piers Morgan Tonight2012-2013TV SeriesHimself
Smap×Smap2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Pânico na TV2013TV SeriesHimself
WWE Hall of Fame 20132013TV SpecialHimself
Milius2013DocumentaryHimself
Breakfast2011-2013TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Actor and Former Governor of California
Daybreak2013TV SeriesHimself
Big Morning Buzz Live with Nick Lachey2013TV SeriesHimself
Fox and Friends2013TV SeriesHimself
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon2013TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Up Close with Carrie Keagan2013TV SeriesHimself
70th Golden Globe Awards2013TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Foreign Language Film
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno1993-2013TV SeriesHimself
The Hour2012TV SeriesHimself
Good Morning America1978-2012TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Guest
The Daily Show with Jon Stewart2012TV SeriesHimself
60 Minutes2004-2012TV Series documentaryHimself (segment "Arnold") / Himself - Governor, California (segment "Running Dry") / Himself - Governor, California (segment "Schwarzenegger") / ...
30 for 30 Shorts2012TV Series documentary shortHimself
Addicted to Fame2012DocumentaryHimself
A Call for Renewable Energy in Brazil2011Video documentary shortHimself
Tony Curtis: Driven to Stardom2011DocumentaryHimself
Close Up2011TV SeriesHimself - Interviewee
Revenge of the Electric Car2011DocumentaryHimself - Governor, California
A Classic Tale: From Flabby to Fantastic2011Documentary shortHimself
16th Annual Critics' Choice Movie Awards2011TV Movie documentaryHimself - Presenter
California State of Mind: The Legacy of Pat Brown2011Documentary
Marijuana: A Chronic History2010TV MovieHimself
Die Stille der Unschuld - Der Künstler Gottfried Helnwein2010DocumentaryHimself
Inferno: The Making of 'The Expendables'2010TV Movie documentaryHimself
Gerrymandering2010Documentary
Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games2010TV Mini-SeriesHimself
Nuclear Tipping Point2010DocumentaryHimself
Climate One Commonwealth Club Forum2010TV SeriesHimself
The 67th Annual Golden Globe Awards2010TV SpecialHimself - Clip Presenter
Aftenshowet2009TV SeriesHimself
Hot Cities2009TV Series documentaryHimself - Governor of California
Salmagundi2009Documentary shortHimself
The Jay Leno Show2009TV SeriesHimself
Hannity2009TV SeriesHimself
Jimmy Kimmel Live!2009TV SeriesHimself
Straight from the Horses Mouth2009VideoHimself
Reg Park: The Legend2009Video documentaryHimself
Punkt 122009TV SeriesHimself
Right America: Feeling Wronged - Some Voices from the Campaign Trail2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
Nova2009TV Series documentaryHimself - Governor of California
2009 Britannia Awards2009TV SpecialHimself
Tagesthemen2008TV Series documentaryHimself
Being W2008DocumentaryHimself
Why We Train2008DocumentaryHimself
Chabad: To Life Telethon2008TV MovieHimself - Video Guest
Citizen Kate2008TV Series documentary shortHimself
Meet the Press2006-2008TV SeriesHimself
Caring for Our Water2008Video documentaryHimself - Governor of California
HBO Boxing2008TV Series documentaryHimself - Auidience Member
Charlie Rose2007-2008TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Imagine2008TV Series documentaryHimself
Larry King Live2007-2008TV SeriesHimself
Bigger Stronger Faster*2008DocumentaryHimself
Chanukah Lights Live2007TV MovieHimself
Chabad Telethon2007TV MovieHimself
Darfur Now2007DocumentaryHimself
E! True Hollywood Story2000-2007TV Series documentaryHimself
20 heures le journal2007TV SeriesHimself
2007 Taurus World Stunt Awards2007TV SpecialHimself
BBC News2007TV SeriesHimself - Governor of California
The Apprentice2007TV SeriesHimself
ITV Evening News2007TV SeriesHimself
The 64th Annual Golden Globe Awards2007TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Motion Picture - Drama (as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger)
George Clooney: An American Cinematheque Tribute2006TV MovieHimself
American Masters2006TV Series documentaryHimself
40 Dumbest Celeb Quotes... Ever2006TV MovieHimself
Legends Ball2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
Al Franken: God Spoke2006DocumentaryHimself (as Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger)
This Week2006TV SeriesHimself
Bl!tz2006TV Series documentaryHimself
Corazón de...2005TV SeriesHimself
2005 Taurus World Stunt Awards2005TV SpecialHimself
NFL Monday Night Football2005TV SeriesHimself - Governor of California
The O'Reilly Factor2005TV SeriesHimself
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Movie Quotes: America's Greatest Quips, Comebacks and Catchphrases2005TV Special documentaryHimself
Now2005TV Series documentaryHimself
NBC Nightly News with Brian Williams2005TV SeriesHimself
Pursuit of Equality2005DocumentaryHimself
Extreme Makeover: Home Edition2005TV SeriesHimself
Hardball with Chris Matthews2005TV SeriesHimself
Hannity & Colmes2004-2005TV SeriesHimself
Biography1996-2005TV Series documentaryHimself
Spirit of Exploration2005TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
The 62nd Annual Golden Globe Awards2005TV Special documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Batman: The Motion Picture Anthology 1989-1997 - Beyond Batman: Dressed to Thrill - The Costumes of 'Batman & Robin'2005Video documentary shortHimself
Batman: The Motion Picture Anthology 1989-1997 - Beyond Batman: Freeze Frame - The Visual FX of 'Batman & Robin'2005Video documentary shortHimself
Hydrogen Fuel Cell Vehicles2004Video documentary shortHimself
WMD: Weapon of Mass Destruction2004DocumentaryHimself
2004 Taurus World Stunt Awards2004TV SpecialHimself
How Arnold Won the West2004DocumentaryHimself
Pimp My Ride2004TV SeriesHimself
Dennis Miller2004TV SeriesHimself
The Barbara Walters Summer Special2003TV SeriesHimself
Tinseltown TV2003TV SeriesHimself
BBC World News2003TV SeriesHimself
Gomorron2003TV SeriesHimself / Himself - Terminator 3
T3 Visual Effects Lab2003Video documentary shortT-101
Inside 'Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines'2003TV Short documentaryHimself
Terminator 3: Sky Net Database2003Video documentary short
Channel 4 News2003TV SeriesHimself
Richard & Judy2003TV SeriesHimself
Otro rollo con: Adal Ramones2003TV SeriesHimself
Macy's 4th of July Spectacular2003TV SpecialHimself
Howard Stern1994-2003TV SeriesHimself
Morten og Peter i Dublin2003TV Series documentaryHimself
2003 ABC World Stunt Awards2003TV SpecialHimself (uncredited)
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Heroes & Villains2003TV Special documentaryHimself - Host
HBO First Look1996-2003TV Series documentaryHimself
Trier, Kidman og Cannes2003TV Special documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Super Bowl XXXVII2003TV MovieThe Terminator / Himself
The 60th Annual Golden Globe Awards2003TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Actress in a Motion Picture - Musical / Comedy
Famous2003TV SeriesHimself
Raw Iron: The Making of 'Pumping Iron'2002TV Movie documentaryHimself
Iron and Beyond2002Video documentary shortHimself (uncredited)
Secrets of Superstar Fitness2002TV SeriesHimself
The Hero in a New Era: Reflections on Collateral Damage2002Video documentary shortHimself
2002 ABC World Stunt Awards2002TV SpecialHimself - Host
Rank2002TV Series documentaryHimself
Life and Times1999-2002TV Series documentaryHimself
Anthony Quinn: The Final Words2001Video documentaryHimself
If It Bleeds We Can Kill It: The Making of 'Predator'2001Video documentary shortHimself
Imagining 'Total Recall'2001Video documentary shortHimself
Dirty Harry: The Original2001Video documentary shortHimself
I Love Lucy's 50th Anniversary Special2001TV Movie documentaryHimself
Last Party 20002001DocumentaryHimself (uncredited)
On the 6th Day2001Video documentaryHimself / Adam Gibson
2001 ABC World Stunt Awards2001TV SpecialHimself
AFI's 100 Years... 100 Thrills: America's Most Heart-Pounding Movies2001TV Special documentaryHimself
The RDA2001TV SeriesHimself
Other Voices: Creating 'The Terminator'2001Video documentaryHimself / Terminator
2001 Winter Special Olympics2001TV MovieHimself
60 Jahre Karl Dall2001TV MovieHimself
Predator: The Unseen Arnold2001Video documentary shortHimself
Bodybuilders2000TV Movie documentaryHimself
The 6th Day: The Future Is Coming2000Video documentary shortHimself / Adam Gibson
Ôsama no buranchi2000TV SeriesHimself
The Making of 'Terminator 2 3D'2000Video documentary shortHimself
Conan Unchained: The Making of 'Conan'2000Video documentaryHimself
2000 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards2000TV Special documentaryHimself - Presenter (uncredited)
End of Days: The Beginning2000Video documentary shortHimself
The 72nd Annual Academy Awards2000TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: Best Visual Effects
WCW Monday Nitro2000TV SeriesHimself
The Howard Stern Radio Show1999TV SeriesHimself
WWE Smackdown!1999TV SeriesHimself
Arnold Schwarzenegger: Hollywood Hero1999TV Special documentaryHimself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien1999TV SeriesHimself
Biography of the Millennium: 100 People - 1000 Years1999TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Intimate Portrait1999TV Series documentaryHimself
The Directors1999TV Series documentaryHimself
Junket Whore1998DocumentaryHimself
Bravo Profiles: The Entertainment Business1998TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
The Magic Hour1998TV SeriesHimself
To Life! America Celebrates Israel's 50th1998TV SpecialHimself
The 70th Annual Academy Awards1998TV SpecialHimself - Presenter: 'Titanic' Film Clip (uncredited)
1998 Blockbuster Entertainment Awards1998TV SpecialHimself
Hollywood Salutes Arnold Schwarzenegger: An American Cinematheque Tribute1998TV SpecialHimself
Directors: James Cameron1997Video documentaryHimself
Stand Tall1997DocumentaryHimself
Mundo VIP1996-1997TV SeriesHimself
Arnold Schwarzenegger - Blitzlichter eines amerikanischen Traums1997TV MovieHimself
A Century of Science Fiction1996Video documentaryHimself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Inside Edition2015TV Series documentaryHimself
WWF Raw2015TV SeriesHimself
Welcome to the Basement2014TV SeriesHimself
Rude Tube2011-2014TV SeriesHimself / Dutch
Extra2014TV SeriesHimself
Entertainment Tonight2008-2014TV SeriesHimself
60 Minutes2005-2014TV Series documentaryHimself - Former Governor, California (segment "Chairman Ma") / Himself - Governor, California (segment "The Governor")
The O'Reilly Factor2008-2014TV SeriesHimself / The Terminator
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon2014TV SeriesHimself
Media Buzz2014TV SeriesHimself
Le grand journal de Canal+2014TV SeriesHimself
Top 40 Ultimate Action Movies2014TV Movie documentaryHimself
Death Battle2014TV SeriesTerminator
Fox and Friends2014TV SeriesHimself
Arnold Schwarzenegger: Kill Count2013Video short
The History of WWE: 50 Years of Sports Entertainment2013Video documentaryHimself
WWE: Triple H - Thy Kingdom Come2013VideoHimself
Movie Guide2013TV SeriesSwan Rottmayer / Emil Rottmayer
Go Figure!2013TV SeriesThe Terminator
The Dinkum Firearm and Historic Weaponry Museum Tour2013Video shortHimself
Wir sind Kaiser2013TV SeriesHimself
Special Collector's Edition2010-2013TV SeriesHimself / Douglas Quaid / Dutch / ...
The Graham Norton Show2013TV SeriesHimself
CBS News Sunday Morning2013TV Series documentaryJohn Kimble
Chelsea Lately2013TV SeriesRay Owens in 'The Last Stand'
Gods of War: Assembling Earth's Mightiest Anti-Heroes2012Video documentary shortHimself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2011-2012TV SeriesHimself
American Greed2012TV Series documentaryHimself
Dorfers Donnerstalk2004-2011TV SeriesHimself
Österreich wählt2011TV SeriesHimself
Dreamland: La terra dei sogni2011Himself
Willkommen Österreich2011TV SeriesHimself - Österreich-Besuch 2011
Conan2011TV SeriesHimself
Muscle Beach Then and Now2011TV Movie documentaryHimself
Reagan2011DocumentaryHimself
Close Up2011TV SeriesHimself
Decloaking the Invisible: Alien Terrain2010Video shortHimself (uncredited)
Never Sleep Again: The Elm Street Legacy2010Video documentaryHimself
20 to 12007-2010TV Series documentaryHimself / Harry Tasker
Card Subject to Change2010DocumentaryHimself
The Tonight Show with Conan O'Brien2009TV SeriesHimself
WWE Smackdown!2009TV SeriesHimself
Premio Donostia a Ian McKellen2009TV MovieJack Slater (uncredited)
Capitalism: A Love Story2009DocumentaryHimself
Where Muscles Were Born2009Himself
Pop Galerie Reloaded2009TV Series documentaryHimself
Still Pumping2009Video documentary shortHimself
Farrah's Story2009TV MovieHimself
WWE: Greatest Stars of the '90s2009VideoHimself
Frontline2008TV Series documentaryHimself - Governor, California
Secrets of Body Language2008TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Burning Season2008DocumentaryHimself
I Love the New Millennium2008TV Mini-SeriesHimself
Just In with Laura Ingraham2008TV SeriesHimself - Governor of California
1 quart de 32008TV SeriesHimself
Killer at Large2008DocumentaryHimself - Governor of California
5 Second Movies2008TV SeriesJohn Kimble
Mike Douglas: Moments & Memories2008VideoHimself
Ajankohtainen kakkonen2008TV SeriesHimself
All Jacked Up2008DocumentaryHimself
Weltberühmt in Österreich - 50 Jahre Austropop2008TV Series documentaryHimself
Wetten, dass..?2007TV SeriesHimself
THS Investigates: Hazing2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Blair Years2007TV Series documentaryHimself
Have I Got News for You2007TV SeriesHimself
Maquillando entre monstruos2007TV Movie documentaryThe Terminator
Commando: Let Off Some Steam2007Video documentaryHimself
Commando: Pure Action2007Video documentaryHimself
Arnold Schwarzenegger: 'I'll Be Back'2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Colbert Report2007TV SeriesHimself
Fernsehkritik-TV2007TV SeriesHimself
The 11th Hour2007/IDocumentaryHimself (uncredited)
Ein Leben wie im Flug2007TV MovieHimself
Global Warming: Our Searing Earth2007Video documentaryHimself
Falco lebt!2007TV Movie documentaryHimself
Canada A.M.2007TV SeriesHimself
RoboCop vs Terminator2006Video shortThe Terminator
Running with Arnold2006DocumentaryHimself
Hollywood Science2006TV Series documentaryHimself
...So Goes the Nation2006DocumentaryHimself
I Love the '70s: Volume 22006TV SeriesHimself
A/k/a Tommy Chong2006DocumentaryHimself (uncredited)
Boffo! Tinseltown's Bombs and Blockbusters2006DocumentaryJulius Benedict (uncredited)
Arnold Schwarzenegger: Made in Britain2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
VH1 News Presents: Hollywood Secrets Revealed - Scenes They Don't Want You to See2006TV ShortHimself
Who Killed the Electric Car?2006DocumentaryHimself
Taff2006TV SeriesHimself
California and the American Dream2005TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Shadows of the Bat: The Cinematic Saga of the Dark Knight - Batman Unbound2005Video documentary shortHimself
Manolito Espinberg, une vie de cinéma2005ShortConan (uncredited)
Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room2005DocumentaryHimself
AC/DC: Family Jewels2005VideoJack Slater (segment "Big Gun")
Martial Law 9/11: Rise of the Police State2005DocumentaryHimself
I Love the '90s: Part Deux2005TV Series documentary
Independent Lens2005TV Series documentaryHimself
This Revolution2005Himself (uncredited)
Last Laugh '042004TV MovieHimself
Retrosexual: The 80's2004TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
101 Most Unforgettable SNL Moments2004TV MovieHimself
Rated 'R': Republicans in Hollywood2004TV Movie documentaryHimself
Terminator 3: Redemption2004Video GameThe Terminator
WWE Hall of Fame 20042004TV MovieHimself
101 Biggest Celebrity Oops2004TV Special documentaryHimself - #65: Things They Shouldn't Say
Celebrities Uncensored2003-2004TV SeriesHimself
A Stuntman for All Seasons: A Tribute to Bennie Dobbins2004Video documentary shortHimself
Biography2004TV Series documentaryHimself
East Meets West: 'Red Heat' and the Kings of Carolco2004Video documentary shortHimself
The Screen Savers2003TV SeriesHimself
Året der gik 20032003TV SpecialHimself - Governor of California
TV 2 003 - Året i ord og billeder2003TV Special documentaryHimself (uncredited)
The Award Show Awards Show2003TV Special documentaryHimself
Christmas from Hollywood2003Video documentaryHimself
Campus, le magazine de l'écrit2003TV Series documentaryHimself
Sex at 24 Frames Per Second2003Video documentaryHimself
Modern Marvels2002TV Series documentaryHimself
E! True Hollywood Story2002TV Series documentaryHimself
Playboy: Inside the Playboy Mansion2002TV Movie documentaryHimself
El informal2001TV SeriesEl Chuache
Dr. Dolittle 22001White Wolf (uncredited)
Kino kolossal - Herkules, Maciste & Co2000TV Movie documentaryHimself
Tough Guise: Violence, Media & the Crisis in Masculinity1999Video documentaryHimself
Falco - Hoch wie nie1998VideoHimself
Sharon Stone - Una mujer de 100 caras1998TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
... y otras mujeres de armas tomar1998TV Movie documentaryHimself
Femmes Fatales: Sharon Stone1998TV Movie documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Sauna-Report Deutschland - Die nackte Lust am Schwitzen1998TV Movie documentaryHimself
Before They Were Famous1997TV SeriesHimself
Tohuwabohu1994-1997TV SeriesHimself
Empire of the Censors1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Universal Story1995TV Movie documentaryHimself
True Lies1995Video GameHarry Tasker
Full Disclosure Network1993TV SeriesHimself - Former California Governor
Fame in the Twentieth Century1993TV Series documentaryHimself (uncredited)
Saturday Night Live: Presidential Bash1992TV MovieHimself (uncredited)
Encino Man1992The Terminator (uncredited)
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson1992TV SeriesHimself
Off Your Duff1989TV Movie documentaryHimself
Saturday Night Live1988TV SeriesHimself
Hollywood '841984TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself
Margret Dünser, auf der Suche nach den Besonderen1981TV Movie documentaryHimself

Won awards

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015Golden Camera for Lifetime AchievementGolden Camera, GermanyInternational
2014Primetime EmmyPrimetime Emmy AwardsOutstanding Documentary or Nonfiction SeriesYears of Living Dangerously (2014)Joel Bach, David Gelber, Daniel Abbasi, James Cameron, Jerry Weintraub, Solly Granatstein, Jennifer Latham, Adam Bolt, Jacob Kornbluth
2014Action Hero AwardEmpire Awards, UK
2005Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst Razzie Loser of Our First 25 YearsAh-Nuld Schwarzenegger, with 8 nominations, including 1 for 2004.
2004Maverick Tribute AwardCinequest San Jose Film Festival
2001Taurus Honorary AwardWorld Stunt Awards
1998American Cinematheque AwardAmerican Cinematheque Gala Tribute
1998World Artist AwardBlockbuster Entertainment Awards
1997Golden CameraGolden Camera, GermanyBest International ActorEraser (1996)
1997Humanitarian AwardShoWest Convention, USA
1996BambiBambi AwardsFilm - InternationalEraser (1996)
1996Golden AppleGolden Apple AwardsMale Star of the Year
1993Special AwardShoWest Convention, USAInternational Star of the Decade
1992Life Career AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA
1992Hall of FameKids' Choice Awards, USA
1992MTV Movie AwardMTV Movie AwardsBest Male PerformanceTerminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
1991Blimp AwardKids' Choice Awards, USAFavorite Movie ActorKindergarten Cop (1990)
1989Blimp AwardKids' Choice Awards, USAFavorite Movie ActorTwins (1988)
1987Star on the Walk of FameWalk of FameMotion PictureOn 2 June 1987. At 6764 Hollywood Blvd.
1985Special AwardShoWest Convention, USAInternational Star of the Year
1977Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Acting Debut in a Motion Picture - MaleStay Hungry (1976)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2015Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst Supporting ActorThe Expendables 3 (2014)
2014IDA AwardInternational Documentary AssociationBest Limited SeriesYears of Living Dangerously (2014)Daniel Abbasi, Joel Bach, James Cameron, David Gelber, Jerry Weintraub
2014Streamy AwardThe Streamy AwardsCollaborationEpic Meal Time (2013)Harley Morenstein
2005Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst Supporting ActorAround the World in 80 Days (2004)
2004Teen Choice AwardTeen Choice AwardsChoice Movie Actor - Drama/Action AdventureTerminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003)
2001Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest ActorThe 6th Day (2000)
2001Video Premiere AwardDVD Exclusive AwardsBest DVD Audio CommentaryConan the Barbarian (1982)John Milius
2001Video Premiere AwardDVD Exclusive AwardsBest Audio CommentaryTotal Recall (1990)Paul Verhoeven
2001Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst ActorThe 6th Day (2000)
2001Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst Screen CoupleThe 6th Day (2000)
2001Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst Supporting ActorThe 6th Day (2000)
2000Blockbuster Entertainment AwardBlockbuster Entertainment AwardsFavorite Actor - Action/Science FictionEnd of Days (1999)
2000Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst ActorEnd of Days (1999)
1998Blockbuster Entertainment AwardBlockbuster Entertainment AwardsFavorite Supporting Actor - Sci-FiBatman & Robin (1997)
1998Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst Supporting ActorBatman & Robin (1997)
1997MTV Movie AwardMTV Movie AwardsBest Action SequenceEraser (1996)
1995Golden GlobeGolden Globes, USABest Performance by an Actor in a Motion Picture - Comedy/MusicalJunior (1994)
1995Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest ActorTrue Lies (1994)
1995MTV Movie AwardMTV Movie AwardsBest KissTrue Lies (1994)Jamie Lee Curtis
1995MTV Movie AwardMTV Movie AwardsBest Dance SequenceTrue Lies (1994)Tia Carrere
1994Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest ActorLast Action Hero (1993)
1994Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst ActorLast Action Hero (1993)
1993Stinker AwardThe Stinkers Bad Movie AwardsWorst ActorLast Action Hero (1993)
1992Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest ActorTerminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)
1991Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest ActorTotal Recall (1990)
1988Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest ActorPredator (1987)
1988Blimp AwardKids' Choice Awards, USAFavorite Movie ActorThe Running Man (1987)
1985Saturn AwardAcademy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USABest ActorThe Terminator (1984)
1983Razzie AwardRazzie AwardsWorst ActorConan the Barbarian (1982)

TitleSalary
The Last Stand (2013)$5,000,000 +25% of first dollar
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003)$29,250,000
Collateral Damage (2002)$25,000,000
The 6th Day (2000)$25,000,000
End of Days (1999)$22,000,000
Batman & Robin (1997)$25,000,000
Jingle All the Way (1996)$20,000,000
Eraser (1996)$20,000,000
Junior (1994)$15,000,000
True Lies (1994)$15,000,000
Last Action Hero (1993)$15,000,000
Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)$15,000,000
Kindergarten Cop (1990)$12,000,000
Total Recall (1990)$10,000,000
Red Heat (1988)$8,000,000
The Running Man (1987)$5,000,000
Predator (1987)$3,000,000
Commando (1985)$1,500,000
The Terminator (1984)$750,000
Conan the Destroyer (1984)$1,000,000
Conan the Barbarian (1982)$250,000
Hercules in New York (1969)$12,000

#Fact
1Friend and Predator (1987) co-star Jesse Ventura each went on to become, coincidentally, the 38th Governors of California and Minnesota.
2Personal favorite of his own films is Kindergarten Cop (1990).
3WWE Hall of Famer.
4As of the release of The Last Stand (2013), he will have a total on-screen kill count of 509.
5In recognition of his unparalleled achievements in bodybuilding and lifelong devotion to physical fitness, he was inducted into the National Fitness Hall of Fame in 2005. Being its inaugural class, that makes him a Charter Member.
6He passed on lead roles in The Rock (1996), The Saint (1997) Face/Off (1997) and The Count of Monte Cristo (2002). He later stated he regretted passing on the former role.
7First introduced to wife-to-be Maria Shriver by NBC's Tom Brokaw at a charity tennis tournament in 1977.
8Release of the book, "Fantastic: The Life of Arnold Schwarzenegger" by Laurence Leamer.
9Running for Governor of California on the Republican ticket. [August 2003]
10Reelected as Governor of California [November 2006]
11(17 November 2003) Sworn in as Governor of California. [November 2003]
12Copenhagen, Denmark: Giving out the Sustainia Award, which recognizes outstanding performance within the area of sustainability. Also attended a book signing for his new autobiography. [October 2012]
13Refused to take the salary for Governor of California. Uses private jet at his own expense. [December 2003]
14(around Christmas) Broke his leg when skiing with his family in Sun Valley, Idaho, USA. [December 2006]
15Sofia, Bulgaria: Filming The Expendables 2 (2012). [October 2011]
16Is now the Republican Governor-elect of California [October 2003]
17In recognition of his unparalleled achievements in bodybuilding and lifelong devotion to physical fitness, he was inducted into the National Fitness Hall of Fame in 2005. Being its first class, that makes him a Charter Member.
18In 1968 Joe Weider brought Schwarzenegger to Los Angeles and gave him $100 a week to write articles for his magazines that endorsed Weider products. Weider died at age 93 in March 2013.
19Parents feared he was gay when he was a teenager because he worshipped bodybuilders. His mother Aurelia phoned a doctor because she thought her son was 'turning south' due to all the pictures of oiled up males on his bedroom walls.
20While in office as governor, a Burger King promotion poster for the triple whopper stated "it's so big and beefy it just might run for governor".
21In his body building days, he once bench pressed as much as 450 pounds.
22Trophies won as athlete: 1965 Mr. Europe Jr.. Held in Germany. 1966 Best Builed Man of Europe/Mr. Europe/International Powerlifting-Championship/. All 3 events held in Germany. 1967 NABBA Mr. Universe Amateurs. Held in London. 1968 NABBA Mr. Universe Proffesional. Held in London. 1968 National Championship Weightlifting. Held in Germany. 1968 IFBB Mr. International. Held in Mexico. 1969 IFBB Mr. Universe Amateurs. Held in New York. 1969/1970 NABBA Mr. Universe Proffesional. Both times held in London. 1970 Mr. World. Held in Columbus, Ohio. 1970-1975 5 times in a row IFBB Mr. Olympia. Held in New York 1970/1973/1974, Paris 1971, Essen 1972, Pretoria 1975. 1980 For the 6th time IFBB Mr. Olympia. Held in Sydney, Australia.
23Appeared on the cover of GQ magazine three times: July '86, May '90 and June '93.
24Before he became a household name, Schwarzenegger appeared with bodybuilding buddies Franco Columbu and Frank Zane on the sleeve of Grand Funk Railroad's 1974 album "All the Girls in the World Beware!!!" Band member faces were cleverly superimposed on their muscle-bound bodies.
25Lives in Los Angeles, California and Ketchum, Idaho.
26Was considered for the role of President James Mitchell in Air Force One (1997).
27Was considered for the role of Harry Stamper in Armageddon (1998).
28The character "Arnold the Pitbull", featured on Tiny Toon Adventures (1990), voiced by Rob Paulsen, was a parody of him.
29Was seriously considered for the role of "Dr. Manhattan/Jon Osterman" in one of the many failed attempts at adapting Alan Moore's "Watchmen" into film. Ultimately, director Zack Snyder cast Billy Crudup for the 2009 adaptation.
30Has been crucified in two movies: Conan the Barbarian (1982) and End of Days (1999), where he was tied to a cross.
31Other than Around the World in 80 Days (2004), in which he only appeared in a supporting role, has starred in three movies with the word "Day" in the title, and all three make a biblical reference: Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), End of Days (1999) and The 6th Day (2000).
32Was good friends with WWE Hall of Famer André the Giant.
33Honored by the Congressional Award in Washington, DC on June 25, 2002 with the Horizon Award. The Horizon Award is a special recognition from the Joint Leadership of the United States Congress and the Congressional Award Board of Directors. The Horizon Award is presented to individuals from the private sectors who have contributed to expanding opportunities for all Americans through their own personal contributions, and who have set exceptional examples for young people through their successes in life.
34Due to the dismal failure of Conan the Destroyer (1984), Schwarzenegger rarely ever did sequels to his own movies. He's turned down sequels to Commando (1985), Predator (1987), Viska prisiminti (1990) and True Lies (1994), as well as the third "Conan" film which became Kull the Conqueror (1997). The only exceptions that he has made are Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), The Expendables 2 (2012), The Expendables 3 (2014) and Terminator Genisys (2015).
35Attended the funeral of Ronald Reagan in 2004, whom he considered a great hero.
36Was the original choice to play the title character in RoboCop (1987).
37Considered for the main role in Strange Days (1995) but the job went to Ralph Fiennes instead.
38Turned down the role of Animal Mother in Full Metal Jacket (1987) and opted to do The Running Man (1987) instead.
39As an environmentally conscious politician, always uses carbon credits when flying between his governor's office in Sacramento to his house in L.A., California.
40Considered for the role of "Robert Neville" in I Am Legend (2007) back in 1996, with Ridley Scott as the director.
41He saved a man's life while on vacation in Hawaii in 2004 by swimming into the sea to rescue him from drowning.
42He ended his association with Planet Hollywood early in 2000, saying the investment had not had the level of success he had expected.
43Publicly endorsed his close friend Senator John McCain's bid to win the Republican nomination for the 2008 presidential election.
44Was attached to do another film adaptation of the pulp hero Doc Savage (after the failed 1975 film) in the late 1990s, but the project never got off the ground.
45Late October 2007: Personally flew to Malibu, CA, to survey the damage done by wildfires before any other politician, including the President.
46Had stitches in his hand from the taking-off-airplane-to-tarmac stunt he performed for Commando (1985).
47Acted with another future governor, Jesse Ventura, of Minnesota, in Predator (1987) and The Running Man (1987).
48Producer Joel Silver wanted Schwarzenegger to play "Doctor Manhattan" in a film adaptation of Alan Moore's graphic novel Watchmen (2009) at one point.
49In his childhood considered John Wayne his idol and role model. As Governor of California, he issued a proclamation making 26 May 2007 "John Wayne Day" in the state.
50Was considered for the role of Judge Dredd in Judge Dredd (1995) in the early development stages. The part went to fellow Planet Hollywood founder Sylvester Stallone.
51Early in his career he appeared as a contestant on The Dating Game (1965).
52Related to actor George Wyner, who is also a close friend.
531992: He joined President George Bush in New Hampshire and asked voters to "send a message to Pat Buchanan: Hasta la vista, baby".
54Although German is his native language, all his movies have been dubbed into German by Thomas Danneberg for the German-speaking market because his strong Austrian accent doesn't fit with the type of roles he plays.
5512/23/06: Broke his right femur while skiing in Sun Valley, ID.
56He is the first member of the Kennedy family to become a state Governor.
5711/7/06: Easily re-elected as Governor of California.
58Is a huge fan of professional wrestling.
59He keeps the sword he used in Conan the Barbarian (1982) in the Governor's office in California.
60Was asked to appear in a sequel to his 1985 film Commando (1985) but declined.
61Children - Katherine Eunice (born December 13, 1989), Christina Maria Aurelia (born July 23, 1991), Patrick Arnold (born September 18, 1993) and Christopher Sargent Shriver (September 27, 1997).
62Was asked to reprise his "Dutch" character from the first Predator (1987) film for the sequel, but he declined because he didn't like the script. He chose to do Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) instead.
63His performance as The Terminator in the "Terminator" films is ranked #40 on Premiere Magazine's 100 Greatest Movie Characters of All Time.
64He has been nominated for a Razzie Award as Worst Actor eight times during his career, and in 2004 received a special award for being the "Worst Razzie Loser of Our First 25 Years."
65February 2005: He and his 12-year-old son Patrick were injured in a traffic accident when a car ran into Arnold's motorcycle. Patrick was in a sidecar. Arnold received 15 stitches.
66December 2001: Broke six ribs in a motorcycle crash.
67Second actor to be elected Governor of California. The first was Ronald Reagan.
68November 2005: He was soundly defeated on all four propositions of his "special election", which cost the state of California an estimated $45 million. Schwarzenegger accepted personal responsibility for the defeat, and appointed a Democrat as his new Chief of Staff.
6912/12/05: As governor, he refused to grant clemency to convicted quadruple murderer and former gang leader Stanley Tookie Williams, who had been on Death Row for 24 years.
70The Green Party of Austria has resolved to strip Schwarzenegger of his Austrian citizenship due to his support for the death penalty.
71Withdrew from the city of Graz the right to use his name in association with its soccer stadium and returned his "Ehrenring" (ring of honor) after some politicians in the town had started a campaign against Schwarzenegger due to his refusal to stop the execution of convicted killer Stanley Tookie Williams (20 December 2005).
72John Milius originally intended him to do the narration of Conan the Barbarian (1982) but the studio didn't trust his accent, so the narration was performed by Mako instead, who played the wizard.
73While filming Predator (1987) he became close friends with co- star Jesse Ventura, who was also later elected a state governor (Minnesota).
74Was considered for the title role in Flash Gordon (1980). The part eventually went to Sam J. Jones instead, because producer Dino De Laurentiis felt Schwarzenegger's German accent was ill-suited for this role. DeLaurentiis (in his heavy Italian accent) told Schwarzenegger, "You have an accent! I cannot use you for Flash Gordon! No! Flash Gordon has no accent! I cannot use you! No!" Ironically, Jones had to temporarily get rid of his own Texas accent for said role.
75Was the spokesperson for Japanese DirecTV, a competitor to Quentin Tarantino's endorsed local satellite TV operator SkyperfecTV.
76Grew up in a house that had no phone, no fridge and no toilet.
77The etymology for Arnold is "Eagle Power."
782004: Addressed the Republican National Convention.
79While filming the behind the scenes documentary for the special edition DVD of Conan the Barbarian (1982), the microphone hit him in the head at the end of the interview, to which he immediately joked "You see, I can't even do an interview about Conan without getting hurt".
80Initially refused to star in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003) because James Cameron, who created the character and directed the first two films, would not be directing the third installment. Arnold tried to persuade Cameron to do the third film but Cameron declined and, feeling that the Terminator character was as much Arnold's as it was his own, Cameron advised Arnold to just do the third film and ask for a lot of money.
81His famous line "I'll be back", which originated from The Terminator (1984), was originally written as "I'll come back".
82Performed many of his own stunts in his films, owing largely to the fact that it was hard to find stunt doubles who matched his size. Billy D. Lucas, Joel Kramer and Peter Kent eventually became his personal stunt doubles and close friends.
83His life strangely mirrors the life of Conan from Conan the Barbarian (1982). Conan was born in a small village and grew up to be a physically powerful man, due to years of slavery. After winning great fame as a gladiator, he is given to wine and women, but later rejects this hedonistic lifestyle and goes on to perform great heroic feats and eventually is crowned king. Arnold was born in a small Austrian town and took up weightlifting as he got older. After achieving success as a bodybuilder, he indulged in drug abuse and womanizing, but he later rejected this and went on to become a vocal supporter of social causes, and was eventually elected governor of California.
84Is the only person to receive Razzie nominations for Worst Actor, Worst Supporting Actor and Worst Screen Couple (with himself cloned) in the same year. All for the same movie, The 6th Day (2000).
85Turned down a request to reprise his Conan character in Kull the Conqueror (1997) (originally titled "Conan the Conqueror"). Also, he was supposed to play Conan in Red Sonja (1985), though ultimately, a new character was created who was essentially Conan in everything but name.
86Is good friends with fellow bodybuilder Sven-Ole Thorsen who, ironically, portrayed "Thorgrim," one of his leading foes, in Conan the Barbarian (1982).
87Had his first romantic scene in a movie with actress Sandahl Bergman, in Conan the Barbarian (1982).
88Was considered for the role of the gentle giant Fezzik in the 1970s when William Goldman's book "The Princess Bride" was first proposed to be made into a film (The Princess Bride (1987)).
89Has played a character who died in only four of his films: The Terminator (1984), Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), End of Days (1999) and Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003).
90He was voted the 53rd Greatest Movie Star of all time by Entertainment Weekly.
91Stumped for President George W. Bush the weekend before his re-election in Ohio, as Schwarzenegger has always had a strong relationship with Ohio.
92Went AWOL from the Austrian army to enter his first bodybuilding contest.
93Has his look-alike puppet in the French show Les guignols de l'info (1988).
94Only the second governor in California's history to be born in a foreign country. John Downey, the 7th Governor of California, was born in Ireland and served from 1860-1862.
95His father, Gustav Schwarzenegger, nicknamed him "Cinderella" as a child and his older brother, Meinhard, constantly picked on him growing up. Both men were killed while driving under the influence.
96After he had started lifting weights as a teenager, he noticed that his body was becoming disproportionate. His arms, shoulders and chest were developing nicely, but his calves and lower legs weren't coming along as he wanted. To motivate himself to work harder on his calves, he cut off all of his pants (trousers) at the knee. Walking around like that, people would look at (and maybe even laugh at) the big man with 'chicken' legs. It worked.
97Has the record for winning the most major bodybuilding events in history, 13 (1 Mr. Junior Western Europe, 7 Mr. Olympias, and 5 Mr. Universes).
98Said that filming the climatic fight at the end of Predator (1987) was made difficult by the fact that the late Kevin Peter Hall, who played the Predator, couldn't see through his mask.
99TV Guide selected Arnold Schwarzenegger's announcement on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992) to run for Governor of California as the greatest TV moment of 2003.
100Turned down the role of John McClane in Die Hard (1988). The role went to Bruce Willis instead. Ironically, Willis has a line in the film where he says that the terrorists "have enough explosives to orbit Arnold Schwarzenegger".
10110/7/03: Was elected Governor of California as a Republican.
102His mother was Aurelia Jadrny (2 July 1922 - 2 August 1998) and his father was Gustav Schwarzenegger (Graz, 17 August 1907 - 1 December 1972), married in Murzsteg, 20 October 1945. His mother's surname is Czech.
103Had one elder brother, Meinhard (1946-1971).
104In Demolition Man (1993), Sandra Bullock's character Lenina Huxley is telling Sylvester Stallone's character John Spartan about the Arnold Schwarzenegger Presidential Library, explaining that, based on the sheer popularity of Schwarzenegger's movies, a Constitutional amendment was passed in order for Schwarzenegger to run for President, which, according to Huxley, he did. In 2003, ten years after this film's release, Schwarzenegger ran for the office of Governor of California, and won the election on 7 October 2003. While Schwarzenegger is not eligible to run for the presidency by present laws (as a naturalized citizen, not a native-born citizen as required by the Constitution), most past presidents have been governors of their respective home states. Some members of Congress are currently considering an amendment to the Constitution to allow foreign-born US citizens to be allowed to run for the Presidency, specifically with Schwarzenegger in mind, although other members of Congress are strongly opposed to the idea.
105Suffered a back injury (among other various assorted injuries) while filming Conan the Barbarian (1982) when the dogs who were chasing him jumped him from behind and he fell down the rock he was climbing to escape them.
1068/6/03: Announced his candidacy for the Governorship of California on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno (1992).
107James Cameron originally wanted him for the role of Kyle Reese in The Terminator (1984), but after reading the script, Arnold asked Cameron to let him play the part of the Machine. Cameron replied "No, no! Reese is the star! He's the big hero! And the Terminator hardly has any lines!" but Arnold asked him to "trust me".
108Won Mr. Olympia title seven times (1970-1975, 1980).
109The character Rainier Wolfecastle in The Simpsons (1989) is based on him.
1102003: Ranked #9 in Star TV's Top 10 Box Office Stars of the 1990s.
1111/29/03: Underwent surgery for a torn rotator cuff as a result of an injury on the set of Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003). Was in a sling for three to four weeks, but it was not expected to delay the completion of the movie.
112Franco Columbu was best man at Arnold's wedding.
113June 2002: Received an honorary doctorate from Chapman University in Orange, CA.
114May 2002: Lobbied to promote anti-juvenile delinquency initiative on California ballot that would commit the state to allocate $400 million for extracurricular activities and tutoring for students, kindergarten through ninth grade.
115Was the first private citizen in the U.S. to own a Humvee (High Mobility Multi-Purpose Wheeled Vehicle).
116Underwent a genioplasty -- a procedure in which his jaw has been moved back so that it no longer juts out.
117Childhood friends stated that he often said his goals in life were to move to America, become an actor, and marry a Kennedy. He accomplished all three.
1189/7/01: Sues International Game Technology for the unauthorized use of his voice and likeness in slot machine games. His lawyer told the press he was seeking $20 million in damages, which is the amount he believes he would have received had he approved the use.
119September 2001: He and Warner Bros. agreed to postpone the release of Collateral Damage (2002) indefinitely in the wake of the September 11th terrorist attacks on America. The plot centers around a firefighter who lost his family in a terrorist bomb attack.
120At his bodybuilding peak his chest was 57", waist 34", biceps 22", thighs 28½", calves 20", and his competition weight was 235 lbs (260 lbs off-season).
121Son-in-law of Sargent Shriver and Eunice Kennedy Shriver.
1221996: Received an Honorary Doctorate from his alma mater, the University of Wisconsin-Superior, in recognition of his charitable works.
123After leaving Austria for the first time, he came to England to work, earning under £30 a week.
124Was considered for the title role in the 1970s TV series The Incredible Hulk (1978), but was reportedly deemed not tall enough. His former bodybuilding competitor, Lou Ferrigno, ultimately won the part.
125The soccer stadium in Graz, Austria (his home town) is named after him.
1262000: Sold off his Planet Hollywood stock and is no longer a part owner of the chain.
1271979: Graduated from University of Wisconsin-Superior with a major in international marketing of fitness and business administration.
128His wife Maria Shriver is a niece of the late President John F. Kennedy and Senators Robert F. Kennedy and Ted Kennedy.
1291983: Became a US citizen.
130His production company is Oak Productions.
131He reprised his Terminator character for the theme park attraction T2 3-D: Battle Across Time (1996), a short film which uses an enhanced 3-D process that makes the film really appear to jump out at the audience.
132Advocate for the Republican party.
133Was part-owner of Planet Hollywood and Schatzi restaurants.
134His voice in Hercules in New York (1969) was dubbed.
135Noted fan of cigar smoking.
136Called by the Guinness Book of World Records, "the most perfectly developed man in the history of the world."
137April 1997: Underwent heart surgery to correct a congenital heart valve condition.
138Children with Maria Shriver: Katherine Schwarzenegger (born on December 13, 1989), Christina Maria Aurelia (born on July 23, 1991), Patrick Schwarzenegger (born on September 18, 1993) and Christopher Sargent Shriver (born on September 27, 1997). Joseph Baena, born on October 2, 1997 with Mildred Patricia Baena who was housekeeper in the family until 2011.
139October 1997: Ranked #20 in Empire (UK) magazine's "The Top 100 Movie Stars of All Time" list.

#Quote
1The writing is important, but the way you say the line and the pause you give it, the facial expression - all of that is very important.
2I'm not looking for sympathy at all.
3I speak directly to the people, and I know that the people of California want to have better leadership. They want to have great leadership. They want to have somebody that will represent them. And it doesn't matter if you're a Democrat or a Republican, young or old.
4I told Warren if he mentions Prop. 13 one more time, he has to do 500 push-ups.
5Teddy Roosevelt is still a hero among environmentalists for his conservationist policies.
6It's simple, if it jiggles, it's fat.
7For me life is continuously being hungry. The meaning of life is not simply to exist, to survive, but to move ahead, to go up, to achieve, to conquer.
8I knew I was a winner back in the late sixties. I knew I was destined for great things. People will say that kind of thinking is totally immodest. I agree. Modesty is not a word that applies to me in any way - I hope it never will.
9I have inhaled, exhaled everything.
10I think Americans are very patriotic.
11I'll be back.
12What's fascinating is, people in Washington would rather spend time in Hollywood, and people in Hollywood would rather spend time in Washington.
13If it's hard to remember, it'll be difficult to forget.
14I didn't leave bodybuilding until I felt that I had gone as far as I could go. It will be the same with my film career. When I feel the time is right, I will then consider public service. I feel that the highest honor comes from serving people and your country.
15'I'll be back' always sounded a little girly to me.
16As long as I live, I will never forget that day 21 years ago when I raised my hand and took the oath of citizenship. Do you know how proud I was? I was so proud that I walked around with an American flag around my shoulders all day long.
17We are a forward-looking people, and we must have a forward-looking government.
18The success I have achieved in bodybuilding, motion pictures, and business would not have been possible without the generosity of the American people and the freedom here to pursue your dreams.
19And now, of course this is another thing I didn't count on, that now as the governor of the state of California, I am selling California worldwide. You see that? Selling.
20My body is like breakfast, lunch, and dinner. I don't think about it, I just have it.
21I saw a woman wearing a sweatshirt with 'Guess' on it. I said, Thyroid problem?
22People should make up their own mind about what they think of me.
23It's time to stop thinking of the Republican Party as an exclusive club where your ideological card is checked at the door, and start thinking about how we can attract more solution-based leaders like Nathan Fletcher and Anthony Adams.
24Learned helplessness is the giving-up reaction, the quitting response that follows from the belief that whatever you do doesn't matter.
25I can promise you that when I go to Sacramento, I will pump up Sacramento.
26[on if he feels protective of The Terminator franchise] Oh, no, we had very open discussions. After I got the first script, I had a lot of questions. Some of the things didn't make sense. They were tweaked; they didn't make sense to other people either. So it was fine-tuned. It was a process. There was a period of I think a few months. There were very talented people who went off and - and the great thing is that everyone was in sync. It wasn't like I was going off in one direction and David Ellison was thinking differently and then Alan was thinking differently. There was none of that. I think this is a very unique project because I think everyone is very protective - not just because of the art's sake, but I think also because of the business' sake. The studio sees this as, "If we do well here, we can go with another few. We can entertain people. We can make money. We've done a good job bringing back the franchise." So everyone is in sync with that. That's why everyone is working around the clock here to make this a great movie.
27The future is green energy, sustainability, renewable energy.
28Training gives us an outlet for suppressed energies created by stress and thus tones the spirit just as exercise conditions the body.
29The resistance that you fight physically in the gym and the resistance that you fight in life can only build a strong character.
30If it bleeds, we can kill it.
31For 20 years, Simon & Schuster asked me, 'Why don't you write your autobiography?'
32Maria is the best reason to come home.
33My own dreams fortunately came true in this great state. I became Mr. Universe; I became a successful businessman. And even though some people say I still speak with a slight accent, I have reached the top of the acting profession.
34Bodybuilding is much like any other sport. To be successful, you must dedicate yourself 100% to your training, diet and mental approach.
35I do the same exercises I did 50 years ago and they still work. I eat the same food I ate 50 years ago and it still works.
36I feel good because I believe I have made progress in rebuilding the people's trust in their government.
37Government's first duty and highest obligation is public safety.
38I came to Hollywood and within a decade I was one of the biggest action stars of all time.
39Milk is for babies. When you grow up you have to drink beer.
40Women are the engine driving the growth in California's economy. Women make California's economy unique.
41[He was being asked how long it takes to put on the prosthetics for Terminator Genisys (2015)] I think it was two and a half hours. But it's not every day. It depends which stage we're in the story. So this is getting now towards the end. It gets more and more severe.
42I am the most helpful and open up doors for everyone and I like to share.
43I was born in Europe... and I've traveled all over the world. I can tell you that there is no place, no country, that is more compassionate, more generous, more accepting, and more welcoming than the United States of America.
44You can scream at me, call me for a shoot at midnight, keep me waiting for hours - as long as what ends up on the screen is perfect.
45My relationship to power and authority is that I'm all for it. People need somebody to watch over them. Ninety-five percent of the people in the world need to be told what to do and how to behave.
46If you work hard and play by the rules, this country is truly open to you. You can achieve anything.
47I believe with all my heart that America remains 'the great idea' that inspires the world. It is a privilege to be born here. It is an honor to become a citizen here. It is a gift to raise your family here, to vote here, and to live here.
48I'm not perfect.
49I welcome and seek your ideas, but do not bring me small ideas; bring me big ideas to match our future.
50What we face may look insurmountable. But I learned something from all those years of training and competing. I learned something from all those sets and reps when I didn't think I could lift another ounce of weight. What I learned is that we are always stronger than we know.
51Gray Davis can run a dirty campaign better than anyone, but he can't run a state.
52Well, I think that California has had a history of always spending more money than it takes in.
53[on what is like getting back into The Terminator character for Terminator Genisys (2015)] It's like you've been doing it your whole life, because I'm very passionate about the character. I think it's a great, interesting character. I think it's a great story. The whole concept that Cameron had way back in the early '80s, of creating a world where machines take over and things becoming a reality that no one could even think of in those days. It's really been great, because the whole team is really into going all out. It is fun to be in a movie like that. The studio is very enthusiastic about the Terminator movie - the producers, the director, they're very talented and great visionaries. You can tell, the stages - everything is really big and exciting. It's been a great experience.
54The mind is the limit. As long as the mind can envision the fact that you can do something, you can do it, as long as you really believe 100 percent.
55As president, Reagan worked very well with Democrats to do big things. It is true that he worked to reduce the size of government and cut federal taxes and he eliminated many regulations, but he also raised taxes when necessary.
56I have plenty of money, unlike other Hollywood celebrities or athletes that have not invested well.
57Well, you know, I'm the forever optimist.
58As you know, I'm an immigrant. I came over here as an immigrant, and what gave me the opportunities, what made me to be here today, is the open arms of Americans. I have been received. I have been adopted by America.
59Freedom is a right ultimately defended by the sacrifice of America's servicemen and women.
60The last three or four reps is what makes the muscle grow. This area of pain divides the champion from someone else who is not a champion. That's what most people lack, having the guts to go on and just say they'll go through the pain no matter what happens.
61[He was being asked on what kind of Terminator he will be playing in Terminator Genisys (2015)] It's a character that has been programmed to protect them, to protect Sarah Connor, but I'm basically the same Terminator. I will destroy anything that's in front of me in order to save her.
62One of my movies was called True Lies (1994). It's what the Democrats should have called their convention.
63Help others and give something back. I guarantee you will discover that while public service improves the lives and the world around you, its greatest reward is the enrichment and new meaning it will bring your own life.
64I think that gay marriage should be between a man and a woman.
65When the people become involved in their government, government becomes more accountable, and our society is stronger, more compassionate, and better prepared for the challenges of the future.
66Everything I have, my career, my success, my family, I owe to America.
67Start wide, expand further, and never look back.
68Politically there were failures. And also on the personal level, there were tremendous failures.
69In our society, the women who break down barriers are those who ignore limits.
70I made my fair share of mistakes.
71Political courage is not political suicide.
72I'm addicted to exercising and I have to do something every day.
73The worst thing I can be is the same as everybody else. I hate that.
74To restore the trust of the people, we must reform the way the government operates.
75The biggest problem that we have is that California is being run now by special interests. All of the politicians are not anymore making the moves for the people, but for special interests and we have to stop that.
76People need to be insured so when you have an accident out there, or when something catastrophic happens to you, that you're covered and there's not someone else has to pay for you. That is as simple as that.
77Strength does not come from winning. Your struggles develop your strengths. When you go through hardships and decide not to surrender, that is strength.
78There is no place, no country, more compassionate more generous more accepting and more welcoming than the United States of America.
79My friend James Cameron and I made three films together - True Lies (1994), The Terminator (1984) and Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991). Of course, that was during his early, low-budget, art-house period.
80I have a private plane. But I fly commercial when I go to environmental conferences.
81You know, nothing is more important than education, because nowhere are our stakes higher; our future depends on the quality of education of our children today.
82I think that people are interested seeing me on the screen.
83I don't suffer of anything that I've lost.
84Even with my divorce and with everything, I don't need money.
85I am a big believer in education, because when I grew up in Austria - when I grew up in Austria I had a great education. I had great teachers.
86Failure is not an option. Everyone has to succeed.
87I was striving to be the most muscular man, and it got me into the movies. It got me everything that I have.
88I just use my muscles as a conversation piece, like someone walking a cheetah down 42nd Street.
89I know a lot of athletes and models are written off as just bodies. I never felt used for my body.
90I went from being the Terminator to being the governator.
91No matter the nationality, no matter the religion, no matter the ethnic background, America brings out the best in people.
92If my life was a movie, no one would believe it.
93I would never exchange my life with anybody else's.
94I have a love interest in every one of my films: a gun.
95[on his eighties rivalry with Sylvester Stallone] We had a competition. And here's a perfect example of how competition is healthy, because he was trying to out-do me. But I was also trying to out-do him. So who benefited? The fans. I was training harder, he was training harder. It was a competition of who has more muscles, who has more cuts, who has the lower body fat, who uses the biggest guns, who kills the most people, who has the most creative killings, and this went on and on and on. So the movies became better and better because of it. And eventually, we grew up, right?" he said. We were doing Planet Hollywood together and we were laughing about it on the plane when we flew around. We've become very good friends, and I'm a big supporter of Sly, because I really always thought I admired him, even though there was competition. He's a great director, he's a great writer, a great actor, a great producer and also a fantastic artist. His paintings are great. And he's a great family man. He has it all.
96[on Terminator Genisys (2015)] It will be challenging because it will be a new director, and it will be a really action-packed movie. And sometimes it does get more difficult when you're 66 years old and doing this kind of action, versus when you're in your 30s or 40s!
97A few months ago, I got rear-ended by this guy. He took off, and I chased him. I will admit I drove at a slightly excessive speed. I cut him off, and two guys jumped out of the car looking tough. But when they saw me, they just said, 'Oh shit! The Terminator!' They were nice, and gave me their information.
98It was very difficult for me in the beginning - I was told by agents and casting people that my body was 'too weird', that I had a funny accent, and that my name was too long. You name it, and they told me I had to change it. Basically, everywhere I turned, I was told that I had no chance.
99When you're not on camera, stay in character, act your part, giving it everything you have in order to draw the best out of the actor who is being filmed.
100You're not supposed to laugh on the (film) set.
101There is no such thing as an Austrian Shakespearean actor. It doesn't exist.
102If I accomplished and solidified my position in the bodybuilding world, from then on, I would be on a roll. Nobody would stop me.
103[on his autobiography, Total Recall] Digging up and piecing together memories proved to be as difficult as I imagined, and yet what made the work unexpectedly enjoyable was the help I got from others. I found myself swapping stories with old friends from the worlds of bodybuilding, business, sports, Hollywood and politics - a large cast of characters. I'm grateful to all of them for helping me recreate the past and for making it immediate and friendly. Finally, I thank my family. They were generous in helping me make sure this memoir delivers on its name. And thanks especially to Maria (Shriver), for her patience with the project and for remaining as always the person I could go to whenever I got stuck.
104Memoirs are about looking back, but I've lived my life by the opposite principle. At home I have a hundred photo albums starting with my childhood in Austria, and I never look at them. I'd rather do another project or make another movie and learn from looking forward!
105Be hungry for success, hungry to make your mark, hungry to be seen and to be heard and to have an effect. And as you move up and become successful, make sure also to be hungry for helping others. Don't rest on your laurels. Too many former athletes spend their lives talking about how great they were 20 years ago. So many accomplished people just coast. They wish they could still be somebody and not just talk about the past. There is much more to life than being the greatest at one thing. We learn so much when we're successful, so why not use what you've learned, use your connections and do more with them? If you have a talent or skill that makes you happy, use it to improve your neighborhood. And if you feel a desire to do more, then go all out. You'll have plenty of time to rest when you're in the grave. Live a risky and spicy life and like Eleanor Roosevelt said, "every day do something that scares you." We should all stay hungry!
106[on Pope John Paul II balancing his duties with an exercise regime] If that guy can do it, I've got to get up even earlier!
107[Gorbachev dismantling the USSR] I'm amazed by the courage it took to not go for immediate gratification but to look for the best direction for the country in the long run. To me Gorbachev is a hero, at the same level as Nelson Mandela, who overcame the anger and despair of 27 years in prison. When given the power to shake the world, both of them chose to build rather than destroy.
108Take care of your body and your mind. Focusing on the body was no problem for me. I realized that the mind is a muscle and we should train it too. If world leaders have time to work out, so do you.
109[on Mr Universe] I wanted to win it so decisively that people would forget I'd ever lost.
110Bodybuilders who are blind to themselves or deaf to others usually fall behind.
111Secrecy is just part of me. I keep things to myself no matter what. I'm not a person who was brought up to talk.
112[on his infidelity] It was one of those stupid things that I promised myself never to do. A lot of people, no matter how successful or unsuccessful in life, make stupid choices involving sex.
113There are a thousand keys to success.
114Don't blame your parents. They've done their best for you, and if they've left you with problems, those problems are now yours to solve. I could channel my upbringing in a positive way rather than complain. I could use it to have a vision, set goals, find joy. I don't have to lick my wounds. Sometimes you have to appreciate the very people and circumstances that traumatized you. Today I hail the strictness of my upbringing, and the fact I didn't have anything I wanted in Austria, because those were the very factors that made me hungry; it put fuel on the fire in my belly. It drove and motivated me.
115I have come to feel great affection for the peoples of the world, because they have always been so welcoming to me, whether as a bodybuilder, a movie star, a private citizen, or as governor of the great state of California.
116Writing out my goals became second nature, and so did the conviction that there are no shortcuts. It took hundreds and even thousands of repetitions for me to learn to hit a great three-quarter back pose, deliver a punchline, dance the tango in True Lies (1994), paint a beautiful birthday card, and say "I'll be back" just the right way.
117If government is not taking in enough revenue because of an economic slowdown, then everyone should chip in and sacrifice.
118What are the odds for an Austrian farm boy to come to America and become the greatest bodybuilding champion of all time, to get in the movie business, marry a Kennedy, and then get elected governor of the biggest state in the United States?
119You can use outrageous humour to settle a score.
120To test yourself and grow, you have to operate without a safety net. Forget Plan B. If there is no Plan B, then Plan A has to work.
121Many movie deals are made under pressure, and if you freeze, you lose.
122Don't overthink. If you think all the time, the mind cannot relax. Part of us needs to go through life instinctively. Turning off your mind is an art. Knowledge is extremely important for making decisions. The more knowledge you have, the more you're free to rely on your instincts. The more you know, the more you hesitate. When you are not confident of your decision-making process, it will slow you down. Overthinking is why people can't sleep at night: it cripples you.
123[on Muhammad Ali] I always admired him because he was a champion, had a great personality, and he was generous and always thoughtful toward others. If all athletes could be like him, the world would be better off.
124You can do the finest work and if people don't know, you have nothing! The most important thing is to make people aware.
125No matter what you do in life, selling is part of it.
126Never follow the crowd. Go where it's empty. It's easier to stand out when you aim straight for the top.
127Impossible was a word I loved to ignore when I was governor. The only way to make the possible possible is to try the impossible. If you fail, so what? That's what everybody expects. But if you succeed, you make the world a much better place.
128Life is richer when we embrace the multitudes we all contain.
129I prefer being way out there, shocking people. Rebelliousness is part of what drove me from Austria. Being outrageous is a way to succeed. No one could put me in a mold. Being different was right up my alley.
130I don't believe that violence on-screen creates violence on the street or in the home. Otherwise there would have been no murders before movies were invented, and the Bible is full of them.
131I always wanted to be an inspiration for people, but I never set out to be a role model in everything. It's never been my goal to set an example in everything I do.
132The great leaders always talk about things that are much bigger than themselves. They say working for a cause that will outlive us is what brings meaning and joy. The more I'm able to accomplish in the world, the more I agree.
133[University of Southern California] It prides itself on being neither conservative nor liberal but open minded. It operates by promoting discussion to draw the best ideas from the brightest minds across the political spectrum.
134There's a difference between being 35 and almost 65.
135Normally an action star keeps to himself on the set.
136You start reading scripts and visualizing the scene and how to direct it, how to choreograph the stunt, and then you get into it and then you look forward to doing it.
137A green global economy is desirable, necessary, and within reach.
138What had made my career fun for more than 30 years was sharing it with Maria (Shriver). We'd done everything together and now there was no one to come home to.
139Although Maria (Shriver) and I remain separated, I still try to treat everyone as if we are together. Maria has a right to be bitterly disappointed and never look at me the same way again.
140[on his illegitimate son] Politically, I didn't feel it was anybody's business because I hadn't campaigned on family values. If I was going to talk about bad behavior, I wanted to do it on my own timetable.
141[lying to Maria Shriver about his infidelity] Instead of doing the right thing, I'd just put the truth in a mental compartment and locked it up where I didn't deal with it every day.
142Fitness promotes health and enhances the quality of life.
143I've always idolized (Mikhail) Gorbachev because of the courage it took to dismantle the political system that he grew up under. For Gorbachev to have the guts to embrace change rather than further oppress his people or pick fights with the West has always amazed me.
144Change takes big balls.
145Being governor was more complex and challenging than I had imagined. That's the problem of presenting yourself as the Governator. You can do miracles but not the kind that require wearing a cape and being able to fly. As governor, you're neither a solitary champion nor a star. Compared to making a movie, when you accomplish something in government, the satisfaction is so much larger and long lasting. In a movie, you are entertaining people for a few hours in a dark theatre. In government, you are affecting entire lives; generations even.
146Of all the things I've done with my life, nothing is seared in my memory more than looking into the eyes of someone who has just lost everything he loved in the world.
147The key to real permanent reform is being in sync with the hearts and minds of the people. We had rattled so many cages on the left and the right with our reforms.
148Six years of ups and downs forged me as a governor. I had more forward momentum than ever before. I felt more like a hungry eagle rather than a lame duck.
149Unlike regular politicians, I had nothing to lose.
150When I stepped up to the podium, I was overwhelmed to realize I was standing where John F. Kennedy, Nelson Mandela and Mikhail Gorbachev had all addressed the UN before me.
151Budget negotiations are no different than grueling five hour weight lifting sessions in the gym. The joy of working out is that with each painful rep you get a step closer to achieving your goal. I was deeply frustrated with party leaders and the press for not making plain the budget history.
152I'm proud to say I found a way to cram 36 hours of work into a single day.
153All great movements in history start out on a grassroots level, not in places like Washington or Paris or Moscow or Beijing.
154I believe in sprinting through to the finish line.
155[on his children] The drama of the presidential election interested them more than my job.
156It's painful to have just endorsed things that you now have no money for. I felt like a schmuck backing out on commitments I wanted to make but could no longer afford. The consequences of cuts are not just dollars, but people. We're all getting screwed. I was forced to make unpopular decisions that nobody, least of all me, was happy about.
157I'm not really the crying type.
158Ad-libbing can backfire when you're running for governor.
159When you're spending more money than you're taking in, you cut spending. Simple.
160When the federal government meddles in markets, the states pay the price.
161The statistics in the wake of a disaster are always tragic.
162Never bullshit.
163If you need to do something that's not in the manual, throw the manual out.
164President Bush (Jr) was always available to talk. If I raised only one issue at a time, I would get a fair hearing.
165Even when acting in a movie, I would not shoot a stunt if I hadn't rehearsed it a minimum of ten times.
166The California Republican Party should be a right of center party that occupies the broad middle of California.
167I am of the Reagan view that we should not go off the cliff with flags flying.
168All the great ideas come from local governments.
169Trying to reform health care had almost destroyed Bill Clinton's presidency. I'd always thought it was a disgrace that the greatest country in the world didn't provide a health care system for all of its people, as many European countries do. Our health care reform became America's, and California led the way.
170[politics] You get so immersed in the job there are side effects on the people you love. Even if you succeed in protecting your wife and kids from the public spotlight, they feel they're sharing and losing you.
171We are not waiting for politics, for our problems to get worse, or for the federal government. Because the future does not wait. Not only can we lead California into the future, we can show the nation and the world how to get there.
172California politics was this big centrifuge that forced voters, policies and parties away from the center. I challenged Californians to stop yielding to the far left and the far right and return to the center. Centrist does not mean weak, or watered down or warmed over. It means well balanced and well grounded. The American people are instinctively centrist. So should be our government. America's political parties should return to the center, where the people are. The left and the right don't have a monopoly on conscience.
173For me, talking convincingly about the future was easy: all I had to do was point to what we'd achieved since I came into office.
174There is no contradiction in being both a Republican and an environmentalist
175[being governor of California] This was the best job I ever had.
176I always paid close attention to focus groups and surveys and in politics, opinion research plays an even bigger role.
177Leave no stone unturned.
178I took pride in my financial independence.
179I remember marvelling at how ordinary citizens could limit the state's power.
180I wanted to know what it really took to run for office, given that I wasn't a typical candidate.
181Republicans and unions usually don't mix.
182Elected officials usually hate ballot initiatives because they reduce their power and make the state harder to govern.
183Is firefighting a macho enough profession for an action hero? The real life heroism at Ground Zero laid that question to rest.
184California is more important than everyone's career.
185Declaring a candidacy was so loaded.
186Making a career decision had always been an incredible high. Making a career decision as a husband and a father was a whole different deal.
187One side of Maria [Shriver] was ballsy and brave and wanted to be a strong partner.
188Whatever she [Maria Shriver] wanted to do, I would help her get there.
189When I met Maria [Shriver], she was full of life, excitement, and hunger for the world. She wanted to be a rebel, not have a job on Capitol Hill.
190In politics everybody knows everything. You're totally exposed.
191[why he wanted to become governor of California] I'm tired of this acting stuff. I need a new challenge.
192When I came here, California was a beacon.
193As every spouse knows, you have to pick the right moment to bring up a loaded subject.
194I was not the least bit intimidated by the thought of a campaign. It was like every other major decision I'd faced. I thought about winning. I knew it would happen. I was locked in automatic pilot.
195[Baghdad] The wild driving, the poverty, no money and a leadership vacuum - like California right now.
196There is a disconnect between the people of California and the politicians of California. We the people are doing our job: work hard, pay taxes, raise our families. The politicians are not doing their job. They fiddle, they fumble, and they fail. These words resonated more strongly than any movie script I'd read.
197[California] It is the place in the world where everyone wants to go. It was wrapped in problems, but it was also heaven.
198Its hard for any governor to make the changes that were needed. I loved it when people say that something can't be done. That's when I really get motivated; I like to prove them wrong. And I liked the idea of working on something bigger than me.
199Spend no more than the state is taking in.
200Californians love their cars.
201[governorship] I would give up my movie career for that.
202Our elected leaders will either act decisively, or we will act in their place.
203I never argued with people who underestimated me. If the accent and the muscles and the movies made people think I was stupid, it worked to my advantage.
204I'd assumed that a recall would be just like a normal election.
205I had a track record of organizing summits across fifty states. I loved seeing wounded veterans and entertaining them and thanking them for their great work.
206Raising cash from the set of a movie was a huge advantage.
207The reason I wanted to be healthy was that I never wanted to ask anyone for money. It was so against my grain.
208Los Angeles stood out because it was the only big city that had after-school programs in every one of its 90 elementary schools. State officials and lawmakers just didn't see after-school programs as important. After-school programs not only help the kids but also reduce the strain on the teachers. Young kids relate better to young people, especially after a whole day of teachers and school. They want counsellors in jeans and with spiky hair, who can serve as parent figures but who don't look like them - not that many retired teachers want to go back to work.
209[winning the title of Mr Universe] It is my lifetime realized. I am very happy to be Mr Universe. I say it again, it sounds so good. I am very happy to be Mr Universe. My thanks to everyone in England who have helped me. They have been very kind to me. Thank you all.
210I thought I would never die.
211If you don't get killed, you win.
212I would not go into a competition with a disadvantage.
213Most juvenile crime is committed between 3 and 6 o'clock in the afternoon.
214I pride myself on being able to juggle many tasks. I got a college education while bodybuilding, married Maria (Shriver) in the middle of filming Predator, and made Kindergarten Cop and Terminator 2 while launching Planet Hollywood.
215We needed to avoid trying to win over the press and instead play to the people. I was all about leadership and major projects and reforms that could attract massive public support.
216I was fiscally conservative, pro-business, against raising taxes, pro-choice, pro-gay, pro-lesbian, pro-environment, pro-reasonable gun control, pro-reasonable social safety net.
217The more I read up on California, the more it was like bad news piled on top of bad news. We can't continue this way. We need change.
218[on being governor] He can bring a vision to the state; you get blamed for everything and you get credit for everything. It's high risk, high reward. I felt tremendous loyalty and pride about California. I wanted America to stay the bastion of free enterprise and protect it from following Europe in the direction of bureaucracy and stagnation. You make a big mistake to lock in programs that require you to keep spending at boom-time levels.
219[on heart surgery] It gave me energy beyond belief. I feel like a totally new person. And I no longer had to convince people that I still had a pulse.
220I love shooting at night because I have a lot of energy at night and I get lots of inspiration.
221Independent producers are the saviours in Hollywood because they'll take risks that the big studios won't.
222Big cats have always fascinated me.
223I wasn't interested in symbols. I was interested in action.
224America is my true home.
225[on California] America's golden state.
226Promotion and merchandising were realms I truly understood.
227Big-time celebrities don't like flying commercial.
228You're just one person, and the country is much bigger, and it's what will live forever.
229After I came to America, I learned to think a bit more about my family rather than just myself. With my mother I built a good relationship where she and I really communicated. I loved doing things for my mother. She deserved to be treated like a queen. She was buried next to my father because they were so connected.
230Talking to kids in your second language is never easy to do.
231Holidays become more meaningful when you have a family.
232She (Maria Shriver) is a very good writer, with an unbelievable vocabulary and grace with words.
233on [Planet Hollywood] I'd love to do it again, only to have it managed better. Whoopi (Goldberg), Bruce (Willis), Sly (Stallone) and all the other big-name participants would tell you that Planet Hollywood was fun. With the huge parties, openings, premieres, we met people all over the world and had the time of our lives.
234[after heart surgery] I got a second or third lease on life.
235There's a moment going into surgery that I really hate. The moment when the anesthesia takes hold, when you know you're going out, losing consciousness and don't know if you'll ever wake up from it.
236[on Maria Shriver] She had a tendency to blow things up into high drama, even things that weren't life and death, whereas I would play everything down. I'm a person who does not like to talk about things over and over. I make quick decisions, I don't ask opinions, and I don't think over the same things. I want to move on. She's an outward processor, while I keep things bottled up.
237[on heart surgery] Big risk, big reward.
238God is the one who made the science possible.
239I'd hear guys bragging about their new Gulfstream IV or IV-SP and I'd get to say, "That's great guys. Let me talk about my 747..." It was a great conversation stopper.
240Sometimes when you look at a deal, you see less danger and you're too willing to take the plunge. The more risky things are, the more upside there is.
241Planet Hollywood opened in Moscow, Sydney, Helsinki, London, San Antonio Texas (drawing 100,000 spectators) and Paris. Planet Hollywood was like The Beatles.
242[after heart surgery] I felt as vigorous as Hercules.
243The more you promote yourself as the ultimate action hero, the more people form a larger than life perception of you.
244Stan Winston's special effects studio was torture; on The Terminator, it took 30 minutes for the cement to dry when designing the prosthetics to cover my face. The first time I went through it I got very anxious and thought of pleasant memories to endure it. My heart surgery reminded me of all that.
245Singapore Airlines had the best reputation in the airline business. The Boeing 747 was the ballsiest airliner.
246I wanted big investments that were interesting, creative and different. Conservative bets didn't interest me. I was proud to pay taxes on the money I earned. I could tolerate big risks in exchange for big returns, but I'm always open to new ideas.
247[his personal motto] Take one dollar and turn it into two.
248I never like business relationships that are purely work.
249The most important thing was not how much you make, but how much you invest, how much you keep. I never wanted to join the long list of famous entertainers and athletes who wiped out financially. My goal was to get rich and stay rich.
250In the mid-1990s the Internet was just an odd new idea.
251I thought I was the poster boy for the American dream. I came to the US virtually broke, worked hard, kept focused on my goal, and made it. This really was the land of opportunity. If a kid like me could do it, anybody could. I had a fire inside of me to succeed. Anything is possible, but you have to do your end of the work. Making money was never my only goal, but money opened the door to interesting investments.
252I'm like a little kid who loves to show off and share things that I have experienced.
253When you feel good about someone and you know specifically why, it's not difficult at all to speak from the heart.
254No-one expects you to blow people up in a comedy.
255I always like to be called up for a speech without any prior notice.
256Cubans are geniuses. They have the best climate, they have the best soil, and they have the tradition: generations of people who are passionate about rolling cigars and who are always looking for ways to make the cigars ever more perfect. When you look at a cigar and it has those thick veins in it, it's either a cheaper cigar or someone wasn't paying attention. As with everything, it's important to have a great-looking label. Cuban cigars truly are as good as people say. You can sniff out the fakes ones within seconds.
257I love factories, and whenever I'm passionate about a product, I want to see it being made.
258I figured that the idea of eventually ending up in politics was not that far fetched when someone like (Richard) Nixon suggested it.
259America can be powerful only if you have a strong military.
260Nobody in Hollywood wins all the time. At some point, you're bound to get a beating.
261(Richard) Nixon was very good at paying attention to you. We need more leaders like him.
262Clint (Eastwood) was one of the few Hollywood personalities who had his head screwed on straight.
263I loved the idea of new challenges, along with new dangers of failure.
264If I heard an idea or saw a script that was exceptionally good and triggered something in me, I wanted to make that movie.
265[during Conan the Destroyer (1984)] I'm finally getting paid a million dollars for a movie, but now Sylvester Stallone's making 3 million, I feel like I'm standing still.
266I've always felt appreciative of the armed forces because I've benefited from the American dream, and their courage and determination is what safeguards it.
267I came to America because it's the greatest place in the world, and I'm going to do everything I can to keep it the greatest place.
268[on Planet Hollywood] A glitzy new moneymaking machine. It was not just an event; it was the beginning of an empire.
2691991 was golden for me.
270America wouldn't be the land of the free if it wasn't the home of the brave. When you see the work they do and the risks they take, you realize what we owe our military.
271A person's muscles don't care where the resistance comes from.
272[on George Bush] If you had talent and did him a favour or he liked you, he would push you forward whether it made sense or not. He was a different breed, a sweetheart of a guy. The fact he put such trust in me had a powerful effect. I felt there would never, ever be a time, no matter what happened, when I would violate that trust or let the man down.
273When you feel embarrassed, you assume the whole world is focused on your failure.
274Its embarrassing to fail at the box office.
275You can't have people just like your movie, you need them to be passionate. Word of mouth is what makes movies big, because while you can put in millions to promote the movie on the first weekend, you can't afford to do that every week.
276My talent is fitness and this is something I can give back.
277After being the fitness czar, running for Governor of California felt like deja vu.
278[on the Gulfstream III jet] The perfect vehicle for visiting the States.
279My friendship with the President (George Bush Sr) quickly became a very big part of my life. It was warm from the time we first met during the Reagan years.
280[on Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991)] It was typical James Cameron genius to have character development in a machine.
281[on James Cameron] [He] is a big believer in surprising the audience. His knowledge of science and the world of the future went way beyond the ordinary.
282Hiking in the Alps I'd sometimes wear loud obnoxious Hawaiian shorts just to get a rise out of the Lederhosen traditionalists.
283When in Austria, I often put on traditional clothes and do as the Austrians do.
284The Great American Workout was from 7 to 9 o'clock in the morning.
285I love being on the road and meeting people. That's what I do best.
286Fitness is fun. I felt very strongly that I had to carry to all 50 states the message that fitness was a national priority.
287If the press sees you coming out of the Oval Office with the President, you'll win respect.
288[on The Terminator (1984), Commando (1985), Predator (1987) and Viska prisiminti (1990)] They all focused on the universal theme of good vs evil.
289Humour was what made me stand out from other action leads. It opened up the (action) movie and made it appealing to more people.
290I was addicted to public service.
291[when his first child was born] Fuck! This is my first baby. You can be so overwhelmed by something that billions of people in history have done. And from that moment on, your life as a couple has changed. But as long as you love the baby, you'll figure it out, just like with everything you love doing. Caring for babies is hardwired into the brain.
292I'd always felt we lacked real men in movies.
293Governments don't want to be told they're doing something wrong.
294I was on a crusade around the world to promote health and fitness to young people.
295I'd never seen a director fine-tune a movie as methodically as Ivan Reitman.
296Fitness is important for all Americans, not just athletes. A lot of schools have great athletic programs but not great fitness programs.
297Eisenhower and Kennedy championed fitness as a way for America to stand strong against the Soviets.
298I am a patriotic American. I saw Ronald Reagan and George Bush take an economy that looked like Pee-wee Herman and make it look like Superman.
299I belonged to the NRA because I believed in the constitutional right to bear arms.
300[on _George Bush (I)_ Sr] He had tremendous strength of character and will. This was our next President, the real American hero. He had a casual approach to campaigning; not everything had to be perfect.
301[his singing ability] I'm no Frank Sinatra. The only time I sing in real life is at the end of a party when I want the guests to leave.
302Compared to an action hero, it was easier being a comic star.
303[on Danny DeVito] He's the opposite of a crazy Hollywood personality and the Milton Berle of comic acting.
304Every director wants to pee on the script and make his mark.
305[his first impression of Paul Verhoeven on Viska prisiminti (1990)] A skinny, intense-looking Dutch guy.
306[on The Running Man (1987)] It was totally screwed up by hiring a first-time director and not giving him time to prepare.
307Once you pick a director, you have to have total faith in him and go with his judgment.
308A change in studio management can sink a movie.
309It wouldn't matter if you watched Viska prisiminti (1990) 20 years from now, you could still enjoy it. There's just something very appealing about futuristic movies if they have great action and believable characters.
310[on Viska prisiminti (1990)] For me, it connected with the sense I had sometimes that my life was too good to be true.
311Starting with something disarming and funny is a good way to stand out. You become more likable, and people receive your information much better. Whenever I watched a comedy, I always thought "I could have done that!" But if I was going to branch into comedies, I would need someone to be my cheerleader.
312When I see a great performer, I always start to dream. Maybe its the Leo in me, the perpetual performer who always wants to be the center of attention.
313I grew up in a culture where you respect the elders.
314A Special Achievement Oscar is how the Motion Picture Academy honors an accomplishment for which there is no set category.
315[on Paul Verhoeven and Viska prisiminti (1990)] So many things he said were brilliant. He had a masterful vision. He had enthusiasm, and did a great job. I was proud my interest and passion helped to bring about the movie. But the experience also proves how important marketing is - how important it is to tell the people what this is about; really blow up their skirt and make them say, "I have to go see this movie."
316In acting you take criticism so much more personally. You get upset, but every job has its downside.
317[on Viska prisiminti (1990)] Working with Sharon Stone will always be a challenge. She was a sweetie off the set but needed tons of attention on-set. There are just some actors who need more attention. People just have their hang-ups and insecurities and acting definitely brings that out.
318Meeting comedians helped me to understand comedy. I really liked being around people who are funny.
319Everything in life has a funny side. I'd always been the perfect target for jokes; there was so much material to work from.
320When I had a good director, my movies went through the roof because I was directed well. If I had a director who was confused with no compelling vision for the movie, it would fizzle. I didn't make The Terminator the success that it was; it was James Cameron's vision that made the movie great.
321Listening made me a more effective promoter. You have to cultivate your audience and expand it with each new film. Nurturing a movie means paying attention to the distributors. You do the things they feel are important because they go all out in pushing the theatres.
322Whenever I finished filming a movie, my job was only half done. Every film had to be nurtured in the marketplace. Some of the greatest artists never sold much because they didn't know how. No matter what I did in life, I was aware that you had to sell it.
323[on the opening scene] You have one idea and then sit down and cook up the rest.
324Early in my movie career, the hardest thing was giving up control. In bodybuilding, everything had been up to me. In movies, you depend on others right from the start.
325Stallone and I were the leading forces in the genre. We created work for up and coming action stars like Chuck Norris, Jean-Claude Van Damme, Dolph Lundgren and Bruce Willis. Clint Eastwood began to show more muscle as a result. The body was key. The era had arrived where muscular men were viewed as attractive. Looking physically heroic had become the aesthetic.
326It's always easy to be smart in hindsight.
327[on John McTiernan] If a director of his caliber had done the sequel to Predator (1987), the movie could have become a major franchise on a par with The Terminator (1984) or Die Hard (1988).
328Action movies are always more of an ordeal than a pleasure to make.
329I was riding the great wave of action movies. They became as important to the 1980s as Westerns were in the 1950s.
330[on his wedding day] I loved watching Maria (Shriver) coming up the aisle. She looked so regal but at the same time, she radiated warmth and happiness.
331Actresses have more problems than the average housewife.
332The makeup trailer is the place on the set where everyone talks. If anybody's worried about anything, that's where you see it. It's the mother of all beauty salons. The makeup trailer is all about a soothing atmosphere, because you're getting ready for a scene.
333Have at least ten good laughs a day.
334[on Grace Jones] An interesting non-actor; talented and entertaining, she could not do anything low-key.
335I'm always comparing life to a climb, not just because there's a struggle but also because I find at least as much joy in the climbing as in reaching the top. I pictured marriage as a whole mountain range of fantastic challenges.
336[on marriage] I might not have done it if I'd known everything I'd have to go through.
337You can over-think anything. There are always negatives. The more you know, the less you tend to do something.
338[on marriage] Just let me stumble into it; I don't want to be forewarned.
339In the mind of the public, the star is responsible for a movie's success.
340[on The Terminator] The American public accepted me as both a hero and a villain.
341When you make a movie, you can never really predict what will turn out to be the most repeated line.
342Gitte (Brigitte Nielsen) had a personality filled with laughter and fun mixed with a great hunger for attention.
343[on Jacqueline Kennedy] She had an amazing ability to ask questions that would make you wonder "how did she know that"? She always made people feel welcome.
344[Maria Shriver's portrait in his art collection] Among these beautiful images, Maria's was the gem.
345I wasn't marrying her (Maria Shriver) because she came from wealth. What was Maria's was hers.
346You should marry when you're set financially and the toughest struggles of your career are behind you. Most marriages break up over financial issues.
347[the Golden Raspberry Awards] A kind of Oscar in reverse for bad movies.
348I always think the world of people who make a project their own and are on it 24 hours a day.
349[on James Cameron] A control freak, he has eyes in the back of his head. He knows the name of everyone on the set and no screwup gets past him; if you screw up he'll make a scene publicly and embarrass you.
350Compared to Conan the Barbarian (1982), Conan the Destroyer (1984) was a trip to Club Med.
351I think more like a businessman than like a typical actor.
352The conventional wisdom in Hollywood is that playing a villain is career suicide.
353I never left the house without $1000 in cash and a no-limit credit card.
354[on James Cameron] The women he married, although a long list, were women you didn't want to mess with.
355I'm a big believer in hard work, grinding it out, and not stopping until it's done.
356Once I've locked in on a vision for myself, I always resist changing the plan.
357[on restaurants] In Hollywood, the actor never pays.
358[on The Terminator (1984)] No thinking, no blinking, no thought, just action.
359[on James Cameron] He seemed more real than the people I met from Hollywood.
360If I can see it and believe it, then I can achieve it.
361At the top of the ladder, there was always room for one more. The more people who stay on the bottom, the more crowded it becomes.
362[on bodybuilding competitions] You can't just pose on stage like a robot and then walk off; people will never get to know your personality.
363Bodybuilding is a lot like politics; you go from town to town, hoping word will spread.
364Poses are the snapshots, and the routine is the movie.
365[his first thought about The Terminator (1984)] Strange name.
366I always believed in shooting for the top, and to become an American is like becoming a member of the winning team.
367I kept quiet about politics whenever I visited Austria. I never wanted to be perceived as some wise guy coming back and telling people what to do.
368I considered the US my permanent home.
369When you promote a movie, you want to win over everybody. If you give political speeches, you are bound to turn off somebody.
370I wasn't sure I was free from prejudice; I'd made prejudiced comments.
371I never went to a competition to compete; I went to win.
372[his first thought when he met James Cameron] A skinny, intense guy.
373I'd felt like an American from the time I was 10 years old.
374I never like to cut things from my life; I only add.
375I'm not a religious person.
376For me, the question was always how to fit in all the stuff I want to do. I seldom saw my life as hectic, the thought rarely crossed my mind.
377When I learned about The Terminator (1984), I loved the idea that he was a machine that never had to sleep.
378You do a movie or a book, you promote the hell out of it, you travel the world as if its your marketplace, and in the meantime, you work out and take care of business and explore even more.
379I'd have made more money if Jimmy Carter still occupied the White House.
380There has to be investment in the public good.
381[the outrageous and conservative sides to his personality] I wanted to feel comfortable in both worlds.
382I was amazed to see how negative most of the people in Hollywood remained toward Reagan during his presidency. He represented the values that had brought me to America. The US was the greatest country with the best opportunities and now that it was my home, I wanted to keep it that way and make it even better. After the turmoil and gloom of the 1970s, Americans voted for Reagan because he reminded them of their strength.
383If you want to fight prejudice you have to have tolerance centers everywhere.
384My definition of living is to have excitement always; that's the difference between living and existing.
385[on Ronald Reagan] He was wonderful at painting ideas in ways that everyone could understand.
386I saw myself as a businessman first.
387I was really annoyed by the way that powerful studio executives kowtowed to the members of the ratings board.
388(John) Milius always pushed the envelope. Conan (the Barbarian) has stunts that have since been outlawed from movies. The bloodshed in Conan seems tame by today's standards. At the time, the film introduced a whole new dimension of violence on screen. Actors had five quarts of blood strapped to their chests, the same amount in the human body. Whenever it was spilled, Milius shot it against a light background to get the full carnage.
389[on Conan the Barbarian (1982)] A Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977) set on Earth.
390Every one of the killings in Conan (the Barbarian) was well shot and extraordinary.
391An aspect of being a Kennedy cousin (Maria Shriver) was that you were never completely free. Since there were so many cousins, the number of command performances were high.
392[on Oprah Winfrey] She was talented and aggressive, and you could tell she believed in herself.
393I was Conan, and millions of dollars were being spent to make me shine. For the first time, I felt like the star.
394Writing something is different from saying it.
395[on Maria Shriver] She was the ideal woman for me.
396For Maria (Shriver) to go out and be in front of the camera was a real declaration of independence.
397I'd always advanced by starting with a clear vision and working as hard as possible to achieve it.
398When you start out, its all about one to one contact.
399[on Maria Shriver] She brought a great foundation of knowledge and was a great partner to work with because we both grew.
400The outside world looked at our relationship (he and Maria Shriver) in a simple-minded way, as a juicy success story. According to this way of thinking, Maria becomes part of my trophy collection.
401Total anonymity is almost impossible in Hollywood.
402Sylvester Stallone, Bruce Willis and I had great fun opening Planet Hollywood restaurants around the world.
403Ivan Reitman took a chance on me as a comic hero.
404Danny DeVito is a master of comedy, loves stogies, and cooks pasta on the set-no wonder he made such a great twin.
405When people come to me with a movie concept or a script, I always ask "What is the poster? What is the image? What are we trying to sell here?"
406Our first major decision as a couple (he and Maria Shriver) was to find a house and call it our place.
407My character and his stolen Harley were a perfect combo of cyborg and machine in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991).
408[on Conan the Barbarian (1982)] I'd never done a love scene on camera and found it really strange.
409Dino (De Laurentiis) had a reputation for getting things done. He was very powerful in that way, and people in Hollywood knew it and didn't mess with him.
410[on Conan the Barbarian] There was no stunt double because it would have been difficult to find someone with a body like mine.
411Love stories are built around people's idiosyncrasies.
412I could go on for hours about what draws me to Maria (Shriver) but still never fully explain the magic.
413In politics, when disputes arise and camps form, you have to grasp what's happening and move very quickly.
414I was a self-made man.
415[on Maria Shriver] If I hadn't been her style and she hadn't been mine, we never would have ended up together. Maria meshed with everything that I was, what I stood for, and what I was doing. I got addicted to her. Maria was such a forceful personality that she would just run over guys. She wanted to be unique and different.
416I get goosebumps when Nelson Mandela talks about inclusion, tolerance and forgiveness.
417[during his open-heart surgery] Maria (Shriver) put a brave face on a scary situation.
418I've been retired from bodybuilding since 1980 but I'll always stay involved.
419Sometimes its hard to explain to your toddler what you do at the office.
420Europe was always far less puritanical than the United States.
421To live your life as an actor, you can't be afraid of someone stirring up your emotions.
422In bodybuilding, you try to suppress emotions and march forwards with determination; in acting its the opposite.
423In an entertainment interview, you could just make up stuff!
424[endorsing bodybuilding publicly] It was a boost for bodybuilding in America; suddenly the sport had a face and a personality.
425When somebody sets the bar so low, you can't go wrong.
426[personal motto] Presentation, presentation, presentation.
427I had no idea that reading from a script means you're supposed to act out the role.
428Having women in the gym made us train harder.
429[on Jack Nicholson, 'Warren Beatty', and Roman Polanski] They all had such enormous passion for their profession.
430I liked getting swept up into a cloud of celebs.
431I find joy in the gym because every rep and every set gets me one step closer to my goal.
432[on bodybuilding] It needed fresh blood.
433I wanted to promote bodybuilding, both so that more people would take part and to benefit my career. If I wanted to promote bodybuilding to a new audience, I'd have to find my own way.
434If millions of people came to see my movies someday, it was important that they know where the muscles came from.
435Bodybuilders look in the mirror as they train. You need to be your own trainer.
436I like to always wander in like a puppy.
437Real estate was the place to invest. The math of real estate really spoke to me.
438[his nephew Patrick] He became my pride and joy.
439[after his father had a stroke] It was painful and upsetting to see a man who had been so smart and so strong lose his coordination and his ability to think. He died not long after.
440Winning narrowly didn't make me feel good; I wanted my dominance to be clear.
441The more popular bodybuilding grew in prisons, the more guys would get the message to behave.
442I always saw myself as a citizen of the world.
443In bodybuilding I was king of the mountain, but in everyday LA I was just another immigrant struggling to learn English and make a life. I was glad to be away living my own life.
444[Mr Universe, Mr World and Mr Olympia] Winning all three would be like unifying the heavyweight title in boxing: it would make me the undisputed world champion. Mr World was by far the biggest bodybuilding event I'd ever seen.
445I couldn't believe how difficult learning a new language could be. Pronunciations were especially dangerous.
446When you have a relationship in a foreign language, you have to be extra careful not to miscommunicate.
447Its great to have someone to go home to.
448Staying on top of the hill is harder than climbing it.
449[on journalists] They see everything from the outside.
450If you let ego show through, you're put in your place.
451I aimed to be a leader someday.
452Nights without sleep don't mean you can't perform at a high level the next day and days without food don't mean you'll starve.
453[on sweat] It's a great way to lose body fat.
454Something that seems impossible at the start can be achieved.
455Monstrous, futuristic, what I envisioned America as all about.
456I wanted to be rich very quickly.
457Americans love foreign names.
458If you get muscles, you can go to the beach and pick up girls.
459The applause of a crowd made me stronger.
460After coming to California, I posed in the heights above Malibu. Bodybuilders like this spot because the ridges in the distance seem little and your muscles look bigger than the mountains.
461In America, unlike Europe, there weren't a million obstacles to starting a business.
462Most bodybuilders don't have very interesting insights or routines.
463I came to America, won Mr Universe, and now I'm in the movies.
464I associate glasses with intellectuals.
465If you wanted a girl, you had to make an effort to have a conversation, not just drool like a horny dog.
466When you grow up in a harsh environment, you never forget how to withstand physical punishment, even long after the hard times end.
467To this day, I'm more comfortable when there's someone to schmooze with until I fall asleep.
468[his father] A lot of sons would have been crippled by his demands, but instead the discipline rubbed off on me. I turned it into drive.
469[on the death of his mentor Joe Weider] He advised me on my training, on my business ventures, and once, bizarrely, claimed I was a German Shakespearean actor to get me my first acting role in --Hercules in New York (1969) even though I barely spoke English. He was there for me constantly throughout my life, and I will miss him dearly.
470They're writing right now Terminator Genisys (2015). There have been some writers on it for the last year-and-a-half and they could not pull it off. We have told them over and over that they are going in the wrong direction, now they've finally got rid of those writers and they've got new really quality writers. Now they're going in the right direction. I think this year the script will be finished and we will be able to go into pre-production.
471You can't have a life full of successes. In bodybuilding, I tried bench-pressing 500lb many times and failed. That's how you get there. You have to be daring.
472[on his Governor's salary] I didn't take a penny of my salary during my terms. After all, it was petty cash compared to what you make in the movies.
473[on his career as a bodybuilder] I had a very clear vision of where I wanted to go. You realize you have to pay no attention to the naysayers. When you learn those lessons in sports, you can apply those lessons for the rest of your life.
474[on Predator 2 (1990)] A predator in a city is a bad idea.
475[on visiting Venice, California] This place is insane. You never have to smoke a joint. You just go on a bicycle ride in the morning, inhale, and you live off everyone else.
476[on Terminator Salvation (2009)] The last one was awful. It tried hard, not that they didn't try, the acting and everything - it missed the boat.
477[on the passing of Elaine Kaufman] Elaine was an early supporter of my acting career and would often call to let me know when an influential writer or producer came in so I could stop and schmooze.
478(On the power of visualizing your goals) When I was very young, I visualized myself being and having what it was that I wanted. The mind is really so incredible. Before I won my first Mr. Universe, I walked around the tournament like I owned it. The title was already mine. I had won it so many times in my mind that there was no doubt I would win it. Then, when I moved on to the movies, the same thing. I visualized myself being a successful actor and earning big money. I could feel and taste success. I just knew it would happen.
479The meaning of life is not simply to exist, to survive, but to move ahead, to go up, to achieve, to conquer.
480[on a return to movies when his term as Governor of California ends] I have no idea. So it depends if someone comes with a great script or a great idea...you know, would I still have the patience to sit on the set and to do a movie for three months or six months? All of those things, I don't know, but I did have a meeting with James Cameron, we talked about some very important things.
481[on the death of Tony Curtis] Tony Curtis was a Hollywood icon, a great performer and artist and devoted family man. I saw his extraordinary talent and ability to inspire generations of Americans firsthand on the set of Christmas in Connecticut (1992)' and will always remember our times together.
482[on Sylvester Stallone in The Expendables (2010)] It is a great inspiration for people to see someone at his age still at the top of his game -- acting, writing, directing, doing his own stunts and fight scenes -- I mean, what an amazing talent. And for him to still be so athletic and be able to rip off his shirt and have a six-pack is just unbelievable.
483I am here to spend. I love to spend Hollywood's money! (June 1993).
484[on the death of Patrick Swayze] Patrick Swayze was a talented and passionate artist who struck a memorable chord with audiences throughout the world. He played a wide range of characters both on stage and in movies and his celebrated performances made the hard work of acting look effortless - which I know from experience is not easy. As a fan and as an actor, I admired Patrick and I know that he will be dearly missed. On behalf of all Californians, Maria and I send our deepest condolences to Patrick's family, friends and fans.
485[on the death of Michael Jackson] Michael was a pop phenomenon who never stopped pushing the envelope of creativity. Though there were serious questions about his personal life, Michael was undoubtedly a great entertainer and his popularity spanned generations and the globe.
486I know California is supposed to be a place where dreams come true, but my life has gone way beyond the dream. My dream was to come to America, become the greatest bodybuilder of all time and do what Reg Park had done by going into Hercules movies. And if that worked out, I was going to build a gym business and then live happily ever after. Then all of a sudden I shot right by my dream. I stopped doing the strong man stuff, did the Terminator movies and became the highest-paid actor in Hollywood. I got $30 million for Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), you know.
487[on Terminator Salvation (2009)] I wasn't sure who the Terminator was. I don't know if there is one or if he's the star or the hero. These are the things that determine the success and how strong the movie will be.
488[on watching Will Ferrell movies] In those you howl for two hours and you feel like you get a six-pack of ab muscles from all the laughs!
489[on Terminator Salvation (2009)] I hope they do well, and I hope it is a huge hit. I do hope it creates a spectacle on the screen. That is what James Cameron created.
490With Batman and Terminator, those big movies, there's a certain expectation and if you don't live up to it, if the movie is not a 10, then the business will be soft. If Terminator Salvation (2009) is pushing it forward, it will be breaking records all the time. If director McG has the T4 and the kind of shots that has the audience thinking, 'Now how did he do that?' -- then it is 'Terminator' and you can blow everyone away and every record at the box office.
491There are such high standards and now there are always new standards being set for action. You see that with Iron Man (2008) and with The Dark Knight (2008) and that other film this summer, um, Wanted (2008). That was an excellent movie! There was this train coming down from a bridge, falling, and they're fighting inside the train car. Jesus, that is unbelievable that you can do that. To have the imagination to write it and the talent to shoot it and make it real on the screen. It's a whole new dimension.
492[on Terminator Salvation (2009)] I think it's cool to continue on with the franchise, in case I want to jump over again and get into the acting after I'm through here (as Governor of California).
493[on his late friend and role model, body builder Reg Park]: Reg was a dear friend, an extraordinary mentor and a personal hero. Other than my parents, there may be no single person who had more to do with me becoming the person I am today than Reg. He was like a second father to me. It was Reg who impressed upon me how hard I would have to work if I wanted to achieve my dreams. I'll always remember him making me do calf-raises with 1,000 pounds at 5 o'clock in the morning.
494[in a 1987 interview] I have to give the audiences what they enjoy seeing while I try to bring in a little something new, with different movies, different time periods and all those things. But what's important is to entertain the people -- everything else means nothing.
495Money doesn't make you happy. I now have $50 million but I was just as happy when I had $48 million.
496California will not wait for our federal government to take strong action on global warming. We won't wait for the federal government. We will move forward because we know it's the right thing to do. We will lead on this issue and we will get other western states involved. I think there's not great leadership from the federal government when it comes to protecting the environment.
497I'm 6'2". I've heard rumors that I'm really much shorter in real life
  • like 5'6" or something like that - which is ridiculous. I can assure
you this is not the case. People look up to me, and not just because I do a lot of work in the community. I mean, most people really look up to me.
498I didn't think about money. I thought about the fame, about just being the greatest. I was dreaming about being some dictator of a country or some savior like Jesus.
499I have no sexual standards in my head that say this is good or this is bad. Homosexual - that only means to me that he enjoys sex with a man and I enjoy sex with a woman. It's all legitimate to me.
500As a kid - as a kid I saw socialist - the socialist country that Austria became after the Soviets left. Now don't misunderstand me: I love Austria and I love the Austrian people. But I always knew that America was the place for me. In school, when the teacher would talk about America, I would daydream about coming here. I would daydream about living here. I would sit there and watch for hours American movies, transfixed by my heroes, like John Wayne. Everything about America seemed so big to me, so open, so possible.
501[After undergoing heart surgery in 1997] We made, actually, history, because it was the first time ever that doctors could prove that a lifelong Republican has a heart.
502[on refusing to grant clemency to condemned killer Stanley Tookie Williams] After studying the evidence, searching the history, listening to the arguments and wrestling with the profound consequences, I could find no justification for granting clemency. The facts do not justify overturning the jury's verdict, or the decisions of the courts in this case.
503Well, I think because a lot of people don't know why I'm a Republican, I came first of all from a socialistic country which is Austria and when I came over here in 1968 with the presidential elections coming up in November, I came over in October, I heard a lot of the press conferences from both of the candidates, [Hubert H. Humphrey] and [Richard Nixon], and Humphrey was talking about more government is the solution, protectionism, and everything he said about government involvement sounded to me more like Austrian socialism. Then when I heard Nixon talk about it, he said open up the borders, the consumers should be represented there ultimately and strengthen the military and get the government off our backs. I said to myself, "What is this guy's party affiliation?" I didn't know anything at that point. So I asked my friend, "What is Nixon?" He's a Republican. And I said, "I am a Republican". That's how I became a Republican."
504[on Warren Beatty] There are some people who are close to him that say he is just starving for attention, and that's the way he gets attention. Other people said, "Look, he's not working and he just feels like he should maybe get involved in politics". Instead, I just think that maybe he is jealous that I did jump in. I find it silly, because I respect his work.
505[Talking about director John Milius] "There never would have been a Conan movie without him.
506[About the dog accident while making Conan the Barbarian (1982)] One of them hit me too soon. It caught me off guard and I went right over the ledge. I fell ten feet and landed on my back. I was covered with scratches and bruises. It was probably a pretty good beginning for this movie, though. It set the tone for the whole time we were there. This was going to be fun . . . but dangerous.
507[Talking about director Richard Fleischer] The first day Fleischer came to see me work out, he told me, "Arnold, could you put on some more muscles?" I couldn't believe it! It turned out that Fleischer thought [John Milius'] decision to keep Conan clothed throughout the first film was a mistake. Fleischer believes that people want to see my body much more often than they did the first time around, so they will. I spend most of my time in Conan the Destroyer (1984) fighting off people while I'm dressed in a loincloth.
508[From an interview expressing concern over making Conan the Destroyer (1984) less brutal than its predecessor, Conan the Barbarian (1982)] I think it's a mistake. I know Sylvester Stallone made an extra $20 million because he got a PG rating for Rocky III (1982), but it's a matter of how much you want to stay within the character's reality. Can you slaughter people and never see blood? Is it possible? You must have battles. That's part of life, war, and the world of Conan.
509[About more sequels to The Terminator (1984)] I don't necessarily want to leave the magic of the Terminator movies behind, and who says we have to? According to what we know about the future, there were hundreds of Terminators built. The story of the Terminator could go on forever.
510[Talking about playing the Terminator] I had to act like a cyborg, which meant I couldn't show any kind of human fear or reaction to the fire, explosions, or gunfire that was going off around me. That can be difficult when you're walking through a door with its frame on fire, trying to reload a gun, and at the same time thinking in the back of your mind that people have accidents doing these kinds of stunts and that it might be my turn.
511"There were various stepping-stones in my career. One of them was Conan the Barbarian (1982), because it was the first time I did a film with that kind of budget and I had the title role. The next big stepping-stone was The Terminator (1984). With "The Terminator", I think people became aware of the fact that I didn't really have to take my shirt off or run around and expose my muscles in order to sell tickets. After I did "The Terminator" and we had seen it be more successful than the Conan films, people then sent me a variety of different kinds of scripts - all in the action-adventure genre, but they were not muscle movies or Viking movies or pirate movies or anything like that.
512[About being taken seriously] I don't care. The important thing to me is that I'm doing work that people enjoy out there, that the movie makes good money, that the studio makes the money back, and that I'm having a great time at what I'm doing. I don't even consider myself serious. So how do I expect people to take me serious? I think this whole Hollywood thing has to be taken much looser . . . it's just entertainment.
513[From an interview about his reaction to reading the original The Terminator (1984) screenplay] I have read a lot of action adventure scripts, and this definitely was one of the best. I knew that I wanted to play the part of the Terminator as soon as I started reading.
514[Talking about his Conan the Barbarian (1982) director]: John Milius used to call himself the dog trainer. Guess who were the dogs?
515President [George Bush] knows you can't reason with people that are blinded by hate. But let me tell you something: Their hate is no match for our decency, their hate is no match for the leadership and the resolve of George Bush.
516[at the 2004 Republican National Convention] Speaking of acting, one of my movies was called True Lies (1994). It's what the Democrats should have called their convention.
517[referring to Democrats at a political rally in Ontario, California, in 2004] If they don't have the guts to come up here in front of you and say, "I don't want to represent you, I want to represent those special interests, the unions, the trial lawyers" . . . if they don't have the guts, I call them girlie men.
518I took more abuse in Predator (1987) than I did in Conan the Barbarian (1982). I fell down that waterfall [40 feet] and swam in this ice-cold water for days and for weeks was covered in mud. It was freezing in the Mexican jungle. They had these heat lamps on all the time, but they were no good. If you stayed in front of the lamps, the mud dried. Then, you had to take it off and put new mud on again. It was a no-win situation. The location was tough. Never on flat ground. Always on a hill. We stood all day long on a hill, one leg down, one leg up. It was terrible.
519You have to remember something: Everybody pities the weak; jealousy you have to earn.
520There's a lot of people who want me to get out of acting and want me to run for governor. I think it's mostly movie critics.
521The worst I can be is the same as everybody else. I hate that.
522[victory speech after having won election as Governor of California] I will not fail, I will not disappoint you, I will not let you down.
523[responding to criticism during a televised debate] I just realized I have the perfect part for you in "Terminator 4."
524[after being pelted with an egg at a political rally] This guy owes me bacon now . . . you can't have egg without bacon.
525[on his decision to run for governor of California] It was the most difficult decision in my life - except the one in 1978 when I decided to get a bikini wax.
526[on his fight scenes with the female T-X in Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003)] How many times do you get away with this - to take a woman, grab her upside down and bury her face in a toilet bowl? The thing is you can do it, because, in the end, I didn't do it to a woman - she's a machine. We could get away with it without being crucified by who knows what group.
527[during his campaign for California governor, about his history of "misbehavior"] Where I did make mistakes, or maybe go overboard sometimes . . . I regret that. This is a different Arnold.
528In the beginning I was selfish. It was all about, "How do I build Arnold? How can I win the most Mr. Universe and Mr. Olympic contests? How can I get into the movies and get into business?" I was thinking about myself . . . As I've grown up, got older, maybe wiser, I think your life is judged not by how much you have taken but by how much you give back.
529I love the Hong Kong style of action movies, but that only looks good for small guys. The reason why the whole style was developed over there was because those guys were very puny guys - they're not powerful-looking guys, they're also not powerful guys. There's no weightlifting champion coming out of Hong Kong - maybe in the bantam division or the lightweight division or something like that, but normally you don't have really strong men coming out of there . . . they had to learn a technique that small people can do that are as effective as the big guy's strength. So that's where the martial arts came from.
530I would rather be Governor of California than own Austria.
531I know that if you leave dishes in the sink, they get sticky and hard to wash the next day.
532Everything I have ever done in my life has always stayed. I've just added to it . . . but I will not change. Because when you are successful and you change, you are an idiot.
533[Interview in "Starlog" magazine in 1991, explaining his reluctance to do sequels to most of his successful films from the '80s] There's so little time to do all the things I want to do that I can't see any reason to get bogged down in sequels.
534I was always interested in proportion and perfection. When I was 15 I took off my clothes and looked in the mirror. When I stared at myself naked, I realized that to be perfectly proportioned I would need 20-inch arms to match the rest of me.

#Trademark
1Very muscular physique
2Deep resonant voice
3Heavy Austrian accent
4His characters are often family men who are protecting their children and his other characters often smoke cigars.
5Films often have a chase sequence or action scene in a shopping mall. (Commando (1985), Kindergarten Cop (1990), Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991), True Lies (1994) and Jingle All the Way (1996)).
6Frequently has some type of action scene in bathrooms. (Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003), True Lies (1994) and Kindergarten Cop (1990).
7Many of his films have his characters doing feats of strength to match his muscular look, e.g. Commando (1985) where he is first seen in the film carrying a whole tree trunk on his shoulder.
8Often has his character say comedic one-liners that punctuate the action
9Frequent movie line: "I'll be back."

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