Carly Craig Best Quotes

Carly Craig is an American actress best known for starring in the films Role Models and Hall Pass. Enjoy Carly Craig’s best quotes below.

“I was fooling everyone by surrounding myself with funny people. But then I put myself out there – writing my own sketches, going on stage with nobody surrounding me – and for some reason people were still laughing.”
“I graduated from Second City Los Angeles. It helped me tremendously, not only in my roles in films but in helping shape me into a writer as well. In improv, you will fail sometimes, so it teaches you to be brave and try anything. The worst that can happen is nobody laughs.”
“I love working with the Farrelly brothers. I’m a big fan and feel very lucky to have gotten to work with them a few times. One thing that I learned while working with them is that you have to keep your cell phone off when filming scenes, or you owe them a lot of money!”
“A lot of female comedians will go up there in a sweatshirt and Converses, trying to dress themselves down, because it is sort of a boy’s club. I’ll go up in my heels. I like that people don’t think I’ll be funny. I’ll take that on. I don’t do standup comedy – I do standup and I do comedy, but I don’t go up there and do jokes.”
“After doing comedy for a while and knowing how hard it is to do physical comedy right, I learned how incredibly talented the Three Stooges really were after re-watching old episodes. They still stand up!”
“‘The Three Stooges’ is great. And I was worried, just because there’s so many things that have to go right. All three of those guys have to be amazing – everything has to be amazing. And everything went right.”
“I think I’ve definitely found a niche working in comedy, but dramatic films are what brought me here. After I saw ‘Titanic’ in the theater, I got the bug.”
“I’m not the same person as the character I do in my songs. She’s crazy! The ‘Daddy Song’ was the first sketch I ever wrote, especially on the guitar and everything – and definitely the most offensive. And absurd.”
“When I was 19, I celebrated my first Valentine’s Day while being in a relationship. I was so excited, but didn’t know what the rules were. What should I get him, or was I even supposed to get him something?”

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