I think of myself as kind of a hippy. Everyone around me says that's not the impression they get. They think I'm sassy. Apparently, I think I'm nicer than I really am.
I like Instagram - I love pictures, I just don't take them very often.
I'd like to be reincarnated as a French tart. They're so beautiful and delicate - they're like my opposite. I'm more of a comfort food: goat cheese with garlic.
Food can be mean to me, but I love it anyway.
I'm not high maintenance, and I'm not into a highly manicured man. I don't want to see a lot of hair product.
I love people who aren't embarrassed. I'm always embarrassed, so it's always astonishing to me when people aren't like that.
I was voted funniest person in my middle-school yearbook. So I guess I was funny in middle school?
People have confused playing devil's advocate with being intelligent.
You have to put work into relationships to keep them fun.
I always feel the most validated and confident being around people that I find funny - having Fred Armisen laugh at a scene or Bill Hader or Seth Meyers give me a compliment.
I've never been an impressionist. I was doing Sofia Vergara and Elizabeth Dole. I'm sometimes so low-confidence and self-aware, so characters that are confident and ignorant and wrong are my favorite.
My drama instructor suggested I try comedy. I was resistant at first because I considered myself a serious actor, but of course I fell in love with it.
My parents are really funny. Laughter was a big part of my childhood. Of course, they tell a lot of bad jokes - but so do I. I tell a lot of bad jokes.
I actually graduated from the Chicago Academy for the Arts. I think John Cusack did as well.
I do Twitter, but I'm still not great on it - I'm not good at writing short little jokes, so my Twitter's not really a jokey thing.
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