I love doing radio, and I love doing stand-up, obviously.
Working on the Dave Chappelle show was amazing.
They say you don’t want to meet your heroes, but those two guys, you do want to meet them, because they do not disappoint. Walken has this amazing sense of humor, and Pacino is like just a sweetheart of a guy.
Being a comedian is an incredible thing, but it can be scary sometimes.
Patrice O’Neal is the best comic I ever saw.
When I watch ‘Breaking Bad,’ my stomach is in knots.
I like finding stuff that I suck at and trying to get better. So I’m taking classes, getting myself comfortable in an acting scene. You’ve got to work out those ticks. For instance, standing up used to be really hard for me. I act much better if I’m sitting down.
I’ve battled with that type of stuff, but what I’ve found is that by doing stand-up, I’ve actually learned about depression and how to combat it. I don’t have clinical, but I’ve definitely had my bouts with it.
My parents have a ridiculous work ethic; my dad just works, works, works, works, works. I think it would be hard to find a guy who’s logged more hours than that guy.
My favorite part of podcasting is running my mouth for an hour. The only time I don’t like it is when I’m off. Then that hour feels like a day and a half.
The only time I get sick of making people laugh is when I’m in a non-writing-joke mode, and I just can’t seem to come up with anything new that’s funny. That’s a tough place to be as a comedian.
I used to think you had to live this miserable life and that that would make you funnier, but you don’t. The misery will come. The misery will find you.
Everyone should just drive out to the Mojave Desert and just experience it, and it’s a fun place to live.
I’m not going to lie. I am a psycho. Luckily, I get most of it out on stage.
I still remember the first gig where I got people going, it was Rascals in New Jersey, and the place was packed. I was scared. People were expecting me to be funny. I gotta be honest, every time I walk into a club, it’s that same fear.