I'm attracted to pathos, because life is mostly pathos. I've had a lot of it in my life.
I've dodged bullets but there's no scandal in my life.
I used to work, part time, in a deli, in those days when your parents made you work just so you should know what work was like. And you'd make 4, 5, 6, ten dollars.
You know, a low budget, you have to work harder. You have to plan well; you don't have much time to rehearse.
I'm a parent, especially when you've had the intense parenting the way I had. It's all in the bank. It's all in the great experience bank. Those are your secrets. That's the stuff that makes your work rich, that's what you dip into.
You're at the top of your game if you do comedy.
Food is a passion. Food is love.
I love the fact that it starts from there, and you don't know where it's gonna go. Wait long enough - love will find you. Everything's a surprise. When you think you've got it all figured out... as Emerson said, the dice of God are always loaded.
Yes, and it's my third movie with Richard. American Gigolo was my first.
I guess I work well with others I handle younger actors well.
I started in radio, again accidentally. I wasn't looking for this kind of work at all.
I work with Garry no matter what. What I wanted to keep going was the streak.
On those, I've said it before, I work free. It's the waiting they pay me for.
You can trust a Neil Simon script. Every dot. Every dash; that pause means something. He takes all the jokes out, practically.
I think you can tell the human condition better through comedy.
Pretty Woman was the easiest job I've ever done. I just wore the right toupee.
Which reminds me of a fortune cookie: you often find your destiny on the path you take to avoid it.