My mother keeps me abreast of all the hometown things.
My theory is, if you can do comedy and you can be in a scene with someone like Brad Garrett and hold your own, you’ve really got a future in this business.
When I was in school, I was very involved with a lot of things. I was very very active. I couldn’t say that I wasn’t popular. I was a cheerleader when I was in junior high. I didn’t make it in high school so I started a dance line.
I have a friend that has five kids and she went through a trial separation with her husband, and she didn’t have time to be upset. Every now and then, she’d call me on the cell phone and just cry.
I love playing moms. It’s a lot easier than being a mom, I hear.
I think comedy is one of the hardest things to do.
It takes a lot of energy to work, in general, especially if you’re the lead in something.
One thing I think kids need to do is more chores, and take care of their own rooms. Responsibilities are really important to start them with. If they have animals, they have to feed them and care for them. That’s the only way I think I could do it.
Usually, when you’re working is when people want you to work. They don’t want you as much when you’re not working. That’s the frustrating nature of our business.