Woody Allen: ‘I Might Have Been Happier If I Was a Novelist’

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“I might have been happier if I was a novelist. So instead of having to raise millions of dollars to put on these stories, the novelist sits at home; you write, if you don’t like it you throw it away. If I throw something away, I’m throwing away $100,000 every time I take a scene out. So that might have been a better thing. Or music might have been a better thing.”

-Woody Allen to The LA Times about the career path he should have chosen.