The problem with binge-watching on Netflix is that you lose three days of your life.
I love seafood. Whenever I'm in Las Vegas, I love going to the Bellagio buffet because they have these great king crab legs.
I think life would be so much funnier if every day you saw someone walking down the street getting hit in the head by a monkey, don't you?
I'm an American citizen now, but I will always have Canadian pride.
My roots are in stand-up, and stand-up is very freeing. There's no script involved; you just fly.
I just tried to create a life for myself that's full of fun and fantasy and things that equal laughter. My life's been cartoons and comedy and acting, and it's just been a fun life, man.
I used to do little sketches into my cassette tape recorder when I was a little boy. I would just turn it on and just start doing voices and characters. I just loved it.
What's interesting about Stephen Baldwin is that me and Dana Gould were originally cast for 'Bio-Dome' - but Pauly Shore and Baldwin ended up doing it. So there's a little movie trivia for ya.
I don't go on tour tours - I just go randomly to cities to do shows if I have an opening in my schedule.
I don't laugh so much at jokes and premises as I do at a guy who goes onstage and starts twitching and acting funny.
I get a lot of people telling me that I'd make a good 'wacky neighbor.' I wouldn't mind that, if it was a starting-off point.
I grew up on Don Knotts and Jerry Lewis and all the guys from Second City.
I hate when you go into a nice restaurant - someplace where you're going to spend good money - and there are kids in there crying.
I sort of write onstage. I'll throw an idea out there, like Home Depot, and just start talking about it.
I think a lot of people think I'm doing kind of a character onstage, but what you're really getting is just me.
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