Kate Micucci Best Quotes

Kate Micucci is an American actress, comedian, singer-songwriter, and artist. Her first major television exposure was her role as Stephanie Gooch in Scrubs, and later as Shelley in Raising Hope and Raj’s girlfriend Lucy in The Big Bang Theory. Enjoy Kate Micucci’s best quotes below.

“Near the end of high school, I was always super shy, backward.”
“There have been moments where I’m like, ‘I don’t know how I’m going to survive and pay next month’s rent.’ And the next month I’m filming a movie in New York City.”
“My parents wanted me to be a teacher. Because I could work most of the year and pursue the things that I love to do during the summer. It just seemed like a good plan.”
“I secretly wanted to act. I also wanted be a toy designer and make puppets.”
“When you’re buying paintings, it feels grown up.”
“I babysat kids in a ShopRite, which is a grocery store. They had a babysitting center so that parents could bring their children while they shopped. It was awful. I also was not very good at keeping the kids calm.”
“I always think that I have plenty of time for everything, and then the reality of it doesn’t quite match up.”
“I never thought of myself as a singer, like ever, ever, ever. It’s hysterical that I sing.”
“I really like doing puppetry; I’m not sure if it will find its way into ‘Big Bang,’ but it always does seem to find its way into a lot of things.”
“I’m really shy – I don’t do karaoke.”
“My first songs were about animals and shoes. I wrote one song about PF Flyers, and one to my fish.”
“There was always that kind of imagination in our house, which was always a little crazy.”
“At comedy festivals, we always get grouped with other musical comedians, so you can get to know them and see what everyone is doing. it’s really fun and awesome that we’re the only girls, because we can tackle issues that guys can’t sing about.”
“I thought ‘Garfunkel and Oates’ would be too confusing, but it ended up being confusing in the best of ways because the first time we played a comedy club, it was because they thought we were the real Garfunkel and Oates.”

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