I want to eat, cook, meet famous people and make fun of them.
For me, growing up, the downside of it was that as a kid you don't want to stand out. You don't want to have a famous father let alone get a job because of your famous father, you know? But I'm a product of nepotism. That's how I got my foot in the door, through my dad.
Whenever you're the child of a famous person, you get judged in odd ways because of that.
I don't like the idea of famous people.
You know, one of the biggest thrills I have is when famous people recognize me from Taxi.
It was pretty frightening because as we all know, when large, famous groups breakup, a lot of the members don't survive in solo careers.
It's not a sport you get famous at. If I wanted to be famous, I would have stuck with hockey.
I didn't get into skating to be famous.
Famously, there's not really anywhere to go after nihilism. It's not progressing toward anything, it's a statement of outrage, however brilliant.
What I've said before, only half in joke, is that everybody in Ireland is famous. Or, maybe better, say everybody is familiar.
I had a very erratic career. I got very famous for a minute and then it just all went away, you know?
I got very famous for a minute and then it just all went away, you know? And for the last 20 years - you've got to pick yourself up and dust yourself off and then go on your merry way and start again, in a sense, and that's what I've been doing.
I met a lot of famous people when I was about 24. And none of them seemed very appealing. And so I didn't know why I would struggle to be that kind of person.
I think that as soon as you think of yourself as a famous person or anything like that, you're objectifying yourself in some weird way.
You might not make it to the top, but if you are doing what you love, there is much more happiness there than being rich or famous.
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