Zitat des Tages von Erik Griffin:
I was born and raised in Los Angeles.
Sometimes comedy can be, like, negative and just the worst parts of ourselves coming out.
People don't realize it's not just about being funny, and they don't know how perceptive a comedian needs to be about human nature. You have to really be able to read a situation and peoples' emotions.
'The Ugly Truth' isn't trying to change the world with strong political opinions; it's just trying to entertain you with thoughts and ideas from my crazy mind!
I look stupid without a mustache.
When they first start doing comedy, new comics or even people that have only been doing it three or four years, they're doing an impersonation of a stand-up. This is what I think a stand-up should sound like.
I'm not really a current events guy, sadly.
I take the good with the bad. I always wanted to be a comic, and part of that, for me, was that I wanted to be on the road. It's a lonely existence, but it is what it is.
It's not like every male comic you meet is funny. Like, a lot of them are not funny.
Admitted mama's boy here - put that on the record.
My inspiration to do comedy came from many places. Saturday mornings, I would watch Bob Hope and Jerry Lewis movies. I later got into watching stand-ups like Eddie Murphy, who was my main inspiration.
'Workaholics' seems like it's doing wonders for my career.