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Storytelling Quotes

Almost anyone can tell a story, but to make an indelible impression with your words in your audience’s mind, you need to be a fine storyteller. This fine oral tradition of storytelling is deemed as the strongest threads of humanity. Life would have been exceedingly dull had there been no storytellers to intrigue and engross our imagination, to acquaint us with the traditions and legacy of our past and fill our minds with vibrant imagery . Browse through these famous narration quotations and sayings to know what wise minds had to say about this unique gift of storytelling.

Cameron Diaz

Acting allows me to tell a lot of stories, you know start at the beginning, finish at the end, and tell everything in between. Modelling is just an image.

Matt Smith

The storytelling in 'Doctor Who' is quite universal.

Franklin P. Jones

An autobiography usually reveals nothing bad about its writer except his memory.

Robert Redford

Storytelling is important. Part of human continuity.

Ed Sheeran

The thing that I took away as an early fan from Bob Dylan was the storytelling aspects. He can tell some wicked stories.

Quentin Tarantino

I actually think one of my strengths is my storytelling.

Mitch Albom

I've always said I have one skill. That skill - if I have it at all - is storytelling.

Brad Pitt

We're so complex; we're mysteries to ourselves; we're difficult to each other. And then storytelling reminds us we're all the same.

Bruce Springsteen

I like narrative storytelling as being part of a tradition, a folk tradition.

Brie Larson

I love storytelling.

Nicolas Cage

Actors have an opportunity to use storytelling as a way to solve pain.

Steven Spielberg

I don't make unconventional stories; I don't make non-linear stories. I like linear storytelling a lot.

Holidays help because they come with stories, and the Hanukkah story is good for relaying that the divine pervades everything, even darkness.

The story of Easter is the story of God's wonderful window of divine surprise.