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Brody Jenner

  • American celebrity
  • Born August 21, 1983

Sam Brody Jenner (born August 21, 1983) is an American television personality, socialite, and model. Caitlyn Jenner and actress Linda Thompson are his parents. He was born and raised in Los Angeles, California. In 2005, Jenner appeared in the reality television series, The Princes of Malibu, which additionally featured his eldest brother, Brandon Jenner, and his friend, Spencer Pratt. In 2007, he began dating Lauren Conrad, a primary cast member of The Hills, and subsequently came to prominence after being cast in the series during the second season.


If I'm in Malibu driving up and down Pacific Coast Highway, my '68 Dodge Charger usually is what I like to drive.




There's a level of protection you need to give to your kids, and then sometimes you need to just let them figure out things on their own.




My mother is the most incredible woman on this entire Earth, and she's so giving and loving and sweet and she always raised me how to forgive and forget and move on. She's the catalyst behind it all, my mom is. And I'm 100% a momma's boy!




I love American muscle cars. It's my thing.




I need to be more romantic. I do. I know that's something women really appreciate.




I love Christmas. Christmas is family time.




If a guy's talking to you at a club and you're having a long conversation, and then one of your friends comes up and he automatically devotes his attention to her, that's always a sign to look for. They're not always just doing it 'cause they're being 'friendly.' They want to look for somebody new.




A lot of times, I'm traveling or have appointments, so I don't get to work out every day, but I try to get to the gym as much as I can.




I've been in many relationships in my life and learned a lot from them, good and bad.




I dropped out of college when I was 18 to be in a band.




So many girls and guys want to find a girlfriend and settle down. But it's fun to be single.




Canadians are the best, they're the best.




All I care about, to be honest, is surfing. I love surfing more than anything. To me, there's nothing like that.




Watching a company develop is like watching a puppy grow. When you can watch something grow that you created - it's really an amazing feeling.




Everyone thinks something like 'The Hills' just falls into your lap. It's not true. You have to work for everything.




For girls, something that accentuates the curves looks sexy. It can be a dress, it can be jeans, it can be a tank top, who cares!




My heart really lies in my jewelry line, Archangel. I have really enjoyed watching the company go from nothing and slowly building it year by year, and getting into one store, then another store. And then I'll see someone wearing a piece of it on the streets, and it's all very exciting.




When you can watch something grow that you created - it's really an amazing feeling.




I consider myself just as normal as anybody else.




I became super claustrophobic with Hollywood. I don't like Hollywood. I don't like what it represents. I think that Hollywood is great if you're an actor, actress, established. But for reality people or what people perceive as reality, it's tough. People are constantly discrediting everything you put on camera.




Once I'm satisfied and I've made enough money where I can afford to live in Malibu, because it's very expensive, I will definitely be back there.




I think at some point I am going to throw in the belt and decide to stick behind the camera.




Be yourself. And if you're not accepted by your family, there will be people who will accept you.




It's a lot easier to find a friend on television than love.




I never wanted to rely on my family for money.




There's somebody out there for everyone.




I've always been a person that's totally comfortable with my sexuality and showing my affections with my guy friends. At the end of the day, your guy friends are very important; they're the guys that are always going to be there. It's just you being a friend to me and I'm being a friend to you.




I feel like girls are always fighting guys off at bars, always. Usually girls don't really have to do anything except be there. And if alcohol is involved, you're gonna get hit on. No matter what.




There will be a time very shortly that I just might not be in front of the camera at all, and I might just be behind the scenes. I love doing television, though. I don't necessarily love being in front of the camera.




I don't like Hollywood. I don't like what it represents. I think that Hollywood is great if you're an actor, actress, established. But for reality people or what people perceive as reality, it's tough. People are constantly discrediting everything you put on camera.




Australians aren't really that crazy; in L.A. you get a little crazier. From my experience at least, Aussies don't really care that much about celebrities or things like that.




I really enjoy being behind the camera. A ton of projects I've done that are my most favorite projects would be where I actually executive produce and I'm behind the camera.




I don't treat my family any differently because they're on television. I've always had a problem grasping fame. I don't think I understand fame, and I don't think I ever will. I think that anybody who thinks that they understand fame, they're doing it for the wrong reasons.



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