People ask why I always play crazy people and free spirits. I guess it is because I like to have fun. But I am more ambitious than your average free spirit. This job is hard enough that, without drive and hard work, you will never make it work.
I was very chatty and talkative and always getting sent out of class for talking too much and not paying attention, passing notes.
I'm a really good dinner party guest. I am always so appreciative, impressed that anyone has even managed to turn on the oven and cook for me.
That's nice, to be compared to Joanna Lumley. She played my mother once in 'Ella Enchanted.' I was one of the ugly sisters, and she was the stepmother, so that was great. I'll take that comparison, thank you.
When I was 11, I had an Ugly Sister birthday party. All my idea. Most girls want to be a fairy or a princess, but there I am with beauty spots and fur and fluorescent pink kiss-curls.
When I was 17 I interned at a school, and it was the most exhausting, difficult thing I've ever done, with all these screaming children.
As long as it's funny, there's no such thing as too far.
I remember I had a boyfriend a long time ago who said, 'You need to change your name; you sound like a circus performer.'
Trying to look cool and lovely in comedy is a recipe for disaster. You have to let go.
What I love about L.A. is that people say they're going for a hike, which just means a walk. It's a stroll, but if you walk in L.A., it's a hike.
I always find it funny when I watch actors talking about, 'I chose to do this part.' A lot of times it's 'you're lucky to get the job.' We're like, 'Thank you so much.'
I can see why people love the idea of a big white wedding - it is a day when they are the centre of attention and get to wear a beautiful dress. But that sounds awful to me because that is like getting ready to walk down the red carpet.
I won't eat offal. Once, I was in London at the Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons, which is this really fancy eating establishment and hotel, and I almost got conned into eating testicles. It was one of the most delicious meals I've ever eaten, about twelve courses. That was one of the courses.
To be honest, and I may regret saying this, the idea of playing the same character for a very long time is very daunting to me.
Someone told me I had funny facial expressions. I don't know whether I take that as a compliment or not, but.
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