There's sketch, improv, writing, acting, music, and badminton. Those are the seven forms of comedy.
I acted in high school and studied at the British American Drama Academy in Oxford for one summer. I minored in theater, and I was always acting growing up, but really, I was just more interested in the comedy of it all.
It's okay to take yourself too seriously if you're a serious actor and you've got the scrubs on. And then with me, it's kind of like, well, I'm a comedian, I'm making fun of everybody and everything. And I'm making fun of myself. I'm having fun making fun of and for other people.
I have perfectly symmetrical ankles.
I laugh at absurdity hardest, then stories, then observations, then bearded men on roller skates.
I do like the idea of being an auteur in the sense of writing and being in your own stuff.
I love writing but not crazy meticulous/prepared enough to be a director. I'd work as a gaffer on something.
Every time I could possibly be doing stand up, I am.
Everybody asks me what it was like to be in my underwear for my network television debut.
I consider myself a fairly ethical individual while I do have a lot of dichotomies within me. We're all victims of our own hypocrisy at times.
I don't really know how to act that much. I'm quite good at comedy, but it's mostly acting naturally.
I don't sit and write stand-up material; I come up with an idea onstage.
I drink a fair amount of ramen noodles.
I love Denver.
I love mispronunciations. I love when people mispronounce things.
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