Zachary Levi Quotes

I can destroy a dance floor. I think life should be a musical. I always hate it when people watch a musical and they go, ‘Oh, it’s so unrealistic, no one just breaks into song in the middle of their day.’ Yeah, they do- if they’re me.

What is your peace all about? What is your comfort all about? Where do you get your love? Where do you get your talents? And I can turn to them and say without blinking, ‘Jesus Christ.’

Nerd. One whose unbridled passion for something defines who they are as a person, without fear of other people’s judgment.

Being nerdy just means being passionate about something, including everyone – the coolest people on Earth are passionate and therefore nerdy about something whatever it is, whether it’s sports, or gaming, or technology, or fashion, or beauty, or food, or whatever.

I do think about The Flash often. I think that could be a really fun role to play at some point. That’s right up my alley. I just want somebody to believe in me that I could be a Superhero.

I hope there’s always at least a small part of me that’s always surprised, always taken aback, always childlike or innocent.

It’s tough to fully believe in yourself sometimes.

As far as being an actor is concerned, you have to have passion. If you’re not bringing the passion of the character into the room with you, you might as well not come into the room at all.

I am afraid for my health. I’m definitely burning the candle a little, at both ends, and I have to be careful about that.

What resonates with people is that it feels like you actually are thinking of them.

The future and where we’re going can be very terrifying, in some ways, but it’s also really inspirational.

I wish it was a little easier for an actor to later go into singing and have it be accepted, but maybe I can still do it.

Doing photo booths and signings, and doing all of that for charity, and having dance parties every night, is so much fun. I like to dance, and I know other people that like to dance. It’s a great way to celebrate the time that we’re all down there together.

I could probably give you a list of a dozen pet peeves I have about my own physicality and why I couldn’t get a second date.

I love being able to be the artist of the whole picture, as opposed to just one of the brushes.

When you go and create something, you want to believe in it. If they don’t, we’re barking up the wrong tree. But when you believe in something and you see other people believing in it too, it just feels like you’re doing something right in the world, and that feels good.

As artists, when you have people that care about what you do, I think you should care about those people who care about what you do, and give them really cool interactive experiences to make them feel appreciated.

I think everyone is their harshest critic, but I strive for excellence as much as I can because I think it shows.

I mean, I like to consider myself a reasonably athletic guy.

I’m more of a seat of my pants, heat of the moment kind of person, which lends itself well to hosting and acting, but not necessarily going, “Oh, what is my shot list? That’s right, I needed to work on a shot list.”

I love hosting. I’ve always really enjoyed making people happy, and so anytime I’m doing anything or the event is doing anything, and I look around and there are smiles on everybody’s faces, I feel like I’ve succeeded in doing something. That’s the stuff that I’m most grateful for.

I get a lot that people have a hard time believing that I’m a nerd… but I grew up with a Nintendo controller in my hand.

I don’t believe in strong-arming people.

I’m looking forward to playing some really despicable characters at some point in my career so I can branch out and stretch those acting muscles. But I wouldn’t want to do that on a regular basis.


I’ve sung my whole life. I did a lot of musical theater growing up, I sing in the shower, sing in the car, sing everywhere really, on set at Chuck, all the time. I like it, and I’ve always felt like I’ve had a knack for it, or a talent for it, on some level, I don’t know.