We have collected the best Stepmother Quotes by famous authors including Philippa Gregory, Natasha Trethewey, Hesiod, Ian Mckellen, Valerie Harper and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.
Being a stepmother has worked out very well for me. I love my stepchildren very much.
My father is a poet, my stepmother is a poet, and so I always had encouragement as a child to write.
A day is sometimes our mother, sometimes our stepmother.
When I came out, I told my stepmother Gladys, and she just said she had known for years and was glad I wasn’t lying anymore.
I really got the ‘Rhoda’ flavor from studying my stepmother, Angela, who’s Italian, not Jewish. There’s really so little difference between the speech patterns and family attitudes of Jews and Italians in the New York area, anyway.
My stepmother Angela is an Italian from New York City. I based Rhoda on her and a Jewish friend named Penny Ann Green. People often said that Rhoda seemed to be Italian. That was the Angela seeping through.
My mother, father, stepmother and surrogate mother have all died of cancer; my best friend has got terminal cancer and at least five of my other friends have had cancer but survived it.
When my stepmother had my sister, Katharine Hepburn dropped by to say hello. She came with George Cukor, who wasn’t a star, but he was a famous director. He was also my grandmother’s best friend, so I knew him well as a kid. But when George showed up with Katharine Hepburn, I was utterly star struck.
When I was 11, I moved to Los Angeles to live with my father and stepmother and my half brothers. I became really close to my stepmother, and I am still very close to my brothers. My stepmother is the actress Shirley Jones, who was in ‘The Partridge Family’ alongside me, so we worked together for years.
All three of my parents – I also had a stepmother – were teachers, and my dad taught high school, and as he always reminded me when I was going to spend some money on something, ‘Your mother and I, in the Depression, had to decide whether to spend a dime on a loaf of bread or if we could go to a movie with it.’
There was no convincing me that a stepmother could be anything but a wicked ogre, and I acted accordingly.
I’m brilliant at cooking my stepmother’s scrambled egg recipe. The secret is to put eggs, butter, milk, and seasoning together in the saucepan, and to keep stirring with a wooden spoon under a low heat until the preferred consistency is reached.
When I was about 19, my stepmother said – because this was back in the ’80s – that I had Robert Wagner’s pompadour. I said, ‘What are you talking about? You mean the guy from ‘Hart to Hart?’
My mother’s a psychologist, my stepfather’s a psychologist, my stepmother is a therapist and my dad’s a lawyer. So it was all prominent in my life. I don’t know anyone who doesn’t know someone on some form of prescription medicine.
Better a serpent than a stepmother!
To be sure a stepmother to a girl is a different thing to a second wife to a man!
When I was growing up, my stepmother’s sister was the chief detective in one of the adjoining towns, so she piqued my interest in crime.
I am a stepmother to the fullest extent.
My father’s an opera nut, and my stepmother used to work at the Metropolitan Opera, so I had a lot of opera immersion. I like the grandness and pretention of it.
My father’s father fled a pogrom in Russia in the early 20th century and was welcomed to the United States. So was my stepmother, who escaped as a young girl from Communist Hungary in 1950.
My stepmother wanted to be an actress.
That’s nice, to be compared to Joanna Lumley. She played my mother once in ‘Ella Enchanted.’ I was one of the ugly sisters, and she was the stepmother, so that was great. I’ll take that comparison, thank you.