I know a lot of actors talk about the importance of wardrobe, and it always seems like it's kind of a cop-out, maybe, because it seems like a minor detail to some people. But I think it's hugely important.
You have to be willing to accept the idea that people may think you're stupid.
Blythe Danner is somebody whose career I admire. She's a great actress and does good work, but also has a life of her own. I love my job but, at the end of the day, I want to come home and watch a movie and drink a bottle of wine with my husband.
I was never the class clown or anything like that. When I was growing up and doing theatre in Seattle I was always doing very dramatic work. Now I can't get a dramatic role to save my life!
I never imagined being able to make money from acting - and now I can.
My comedy does not come from a place of deep cynicism, and I tend to play characters who are naive in some way.
I feel really grateful that I am in comedy, and I love doing it.
I really love comedy and weirdly enough, I love how my journey has ended up. I get to laugh all day long.
Yeah, I do like scary movies, especially the ones that don't take themselves too seriously.
I never really thought I wanted to become a movie star.
You know, right now, they say - I don't know who says this, but somebody told me - there's three male roles to every female role. And I guess I'd work on evening that up. Making great roles for women. It's just such a huge challenge.
One of the things that comedy has given me over the years is a really good ability to laugh at myself and to not take things that don't matter too much too seriously. I feel that very little offends me anymore and I'm really grateful for that because I think I was a pretty uptight little kid.
I don't really like to go out to clubs or anything. It's just not my style. I'd much rather go to a dive bar or a local place.