I don't like to be pigeonholed; I don't like when people won't see me for something because they don't think I can do it. I always feel like, at least give me the shot.
I'm not a method actress.
I feel that the work that I have done in the comedy arena, is priceless in terms of what I learned, timing, everything that these incredibly talented performers were generous enough in teaching me.
I have deep comedic roots, and I want to be funny.
People come into work and actually go home to their families. They want to go there and explore and have a good time, but they also want to go home, which is the best kind of working environment. You go in and do your job, and then you go home and enjoy your life.
I like comedy, I love it very much, I love laughing.
Talk about divine intervention. I can't even tell you how blessed I feel.
So the only things I was being allowed to audition for were small roles in comedies. It broke my heart. No one would see me for anything else. I knew, in order to open up my career, I had to leave or that's all I would ever be given.
I said, 'I'll give myself two years. If I can't support myself as an actress within two years, then I'll go back to choreography.'
This hiatus coming up I'm looking at a comedy because I need the balance.
I think, often times, it's the audience that suffers when a show isn't given the opportunity to have a beginning, middle and end.
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