You can't break through Hollywood formulaic points of view. I've tried, and I think I was more successful than anybody at doing it.
After my 1985 appearance on 'The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson,' I was wooed by producers in Hollywood, who told me they wanted to turn my act into a sitcom.
I'm an actress, I live in L.A., I work in Hollywood. But I've learned that if you're too skinny, they'll say something about it. If you're not skinny enough, they'll say something about it. I just try to feel good in my own skin as much as I can.
I've dealt with Hollywood about having my work made into a film or cartoon but nothing came of it. That's not to say I wouldn't like to see something happen.
Where is this Hollywood scene, where is it? I'd like to find it one day... If I want to go out and have a good time, I go to New York.
I love California. I love Hollywood.
I started off as a studio pianist in Hollywood.
I kind of grew up with high goals for myself; I intended to play pro baseball. Growing up in Texas, Hollywood isn't much of a reality.
Hollywood is a fast-paced, competitive world.
I am no size zero or super-thin Hollywood actress. I am built for men who like women to look like women.
I think when I started acting, the whole time I was working towards one day coming to America. Hollywood, in particular, is seen to be the center of this industry, and I was just waiting for the right time to come.
New York is the Hollywood of the publishing industry, complete with stars, starlets, suicidal publishers/producers, intrigues, and a lot of money.
I'm not trying to conquer Hollywood. I love my day job.
I think there's a fine, healthy tradition of, you know, the people on the fringes satirizing the process of Hollywood.
I'm just not happy with Hollywood.
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