I've always said that my greatest crises are my greatest opportunities to prove my own character to myself.
You pretty much know as a driver what too fast is.
I have a house with its own dock and I can take my boat out when I want.
I much prefer films based on fact rather than fictional stories.
I don't think I have suffered for want of being a Cabinet minister. I don't have a Cabinet minister to whom I report. I report directly to the Prime Minister.
I'm a stand-up comic, but I also have ideas, and I want to get them out. People think getting in front of the mic is the only way to work out. You've got to try different situations.
Playing a real-life character, as an actor, gives me real high because there is so much of research material available in front of you.
Money is the great equalizer.
I'm easily frightened and am somewhat of a squeamish person.
Until the Saudi authorities who administer the holy sites take concrete steps to protect female pilgrims, we must protect each other. Men must stop assaulting us, yes. But women the world over, regardless of faith, know that until that happens, we are each other's keepers.
I am very interested in female characters and bringing a new perspective to mediums where not necessarily that's been valued at all.
The world that we've created - of 'Riverdale,' and of this town, and of these characters - are so vastly developed. And we're diving so deep into them that fans are just really gonna die for it.
It is always a good time when I visit the 'Melissa Harris Perry Show' on MSNBC.
I have notebooks all over the place. I write little stories for my cabaret.
A dream is better than obligation.
I used to be a pretty hard-core iPhone fan. But over time, I grew more and more frustrated with the lousy service on AT&T. My iPhone simply could not reliably make and hold a phone call. Not just in New York and San Francisco, where I spend a lot of time, and where AT&T's service has been notoriously bad for years.
I grew up less than a mile from folks that lived in shacks with dirt floors. I certainly know that there are needs in this country. Not too far from your house, if you look around, people need to be helped.
I think it is important to differentiate between lip service towards something and actually making change.
You have to believe in yourself. But you know what? There's a fine line between believing in yourself and being delusional. And I'm sure there were a lot of people who thought I was being delusional when they saw me attempting to become a big shot in the world of pro wrestling. Luckily, it worked out: it doesn't work out for that many people.