Anton Yelchin was a talented young actor with great potential to further his career at the time of his death. The respected Russian star's resume included everything from the romantic drama "Like Crazy" to the action-packed film "Terminator Salvation." At the time of his death, the actor was only 27 years old.

Yelchin died June 19, 2016 after his Jeep Grand Cherokee rolled down the driveway of his Studio City residence and pinned him to his home's security gate by the vehicle. According to Variety, a recall notice on Yelchin's vehicle was mailed to his home seven days after the horrific accident. His parents threatened to sue Chrysler for the mistake.  

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Once news broke that the late actor had died, Hollywood was quick to mourn the "Charlie Bartlett" star on Twitter. At the Oscars this past February, Hollywood continued to honor the late actor's legacy by featuring him in the 2017 "In Memoriam" segment.

Although his death has come and gone, the young actor's talent and work within the film world will never be forgotten. International Business Times celebrates Yelchin's memory with a list of 13 of the late actor's memorable quotes, rounded up from interviews quoted on IndieWire, Entertainment Weekly, Entertainment Tonight and IMDB.

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1. "I have an aversion to remakes, which is ironic because I'm in two of them right now. When I went back and watched T3 recently, I thought we need to make a better movie. I can't say I'm a fan. "

2. "No, I feel lucky to be part of anything that I’m a part of. I look at it, and if I like it, I do it. The amazing thing about this job is that you get the opportunity to play so many different characters and have so many different kinds of experiences and do so many different character studies ... My favorite thing about this job is doing all these different things." 

3. "I’ve been doing it for kind of a long time at this point. Sometimes I think about it and it’s been almost 13, 14 years. It’s always humbling to have someone say, 'You did a great job. Here’s an award.'"

4. "That's the heartbreaking thing I connected to. When you play music with your friends, you shares something...you grow closer."

5. "I like film because it brings you very close to the absurd reality that you might spend a day shooting and not get a single image that you like or works, and you won't really know for a few days at least as you wait. It connects you and grounds you to a material reality and a patience that seems lost with digital. I also think the grain texture remains forever different, and in my opinion, what I find to be more beautiful." 

6. "I think it's important for movies to recognize that they are part of a history of movies. I also think that most movies are about movies anyway, even if they're about something else."

7. "I always have the gnawing desire to create something I agree with emotionally, plus the sensation that I know nothing and must learn more."

8. "How do I take something and make it specific to what we’re trying to accomplish? And how can I disappear into that world. And that’s sort of the guiding factor of how I look at things. How many different people can I play, and how different can I make them every time."

9. "I’d like to think that I’m extremely invested in every character, you know?"

10. "Maybe silence is something we're uncomfortable with as a culture, I don't know."

11. "My playing music is strictly for fun. When I was in a band, I was really excited to talk about it since I had never really played music to that extent. It was never meant as something I would consider as anything more than having fun with my friends. But I think I would enjoy writing music for the movies that I'm working on."

12. "I prefer when movies target my heart instead of my mind."

13. "For me, I'm nowhere near as understanding of myself or willing to be sympathetic to myself as I am to a character because that's my job."

Anton Yelchin Anton Yelchin, pictured September 3, 2011 at the "Fright Night" premiere, the actor passed away one year ago today. Photo: Getty Images