“If there is to be any peace it will come through being, not having.”
All we try and do is make the best films we can. If you do that then hopefully the audiences will come, and they have. Everything else is gravy.
Comedy is the only hope for humanity.
I know that I pay 48 percent of my income to taxes. You know, I wouldn't mind so much if it wasn't going just to export war. If it was actually going to help the people of the United States, I would gladly pay more.
When I used to watch comedians with my dad, he laid it all out for me. He wanted to be a comedian himself, and he was so funny. We'd watch stand-up on TV, and he'd tell me the subtext of what they were saying.
I like to get people talking. I am a provocateur, and I do like getting on Twitter and riling people up. You know what, after a while some sane dialogue and sane conclusions come of that kind of thing.
I used to love comic books, and I love American comedy, and neither are afraid to tackle big themes.
I've literally, in my entire life I've had two guys come up to me and ask me out. Other than that I have had to go and try to like spend time with them, or sort of start the conversation, basically like spell it out in a Sharpie, like, you know?
I'm actually scared of horror movies. I'm kind of Scaredy Cat when it comes to that stuff.
Christians have always been fodder for comedians who have tended to portray them as anoraks - slightly clammy, beatifically smiley dullards with barely a personality between them.
If I am totally honest, I would have to say that 'Allo 'Allo!' was not my cup of tea, even though lots of people loved it. For that reason, I find comedy fascinating. There is a huge difference between what people find funny.
I don't hold any candle for drama versus comedy.
You look across the board at comedy quiz shows, and they are mainly hosted by men.
Madness isn't altogether a bad thing in comedy.
The comedian sticks as religiously to her theme as a dancer sticks to a diet.
For un-subscribe please check the mail footer.