Judy Greer Quotes.
I love Cate Blanchett; I think she’s brilliant.
I love television, I’ve always wanted to be on television.
I think because bullying has really become such a problem right now, I think it’s maybe going to be more impactful right now, just because of where that is in society and how much more we’re hearing about it.
I feel like I have a healthy self-esteem.
Men are awesome, but they’re pretty easy to figure out; women are way more complicated, and way more interesting.
I remember my choir teacher in high school told me, ‘When in doubt, sing loud.’ I’m a terrible singer, but I always auditioned for the musicals, and would get cast in them because I really would just put it all out there. That was really good advice, and I think it works for everything, not just acting.
The truth is that the actresses who I look up to are either my age or a few years older or a lot older.
Any time you learn something new about your character, that’s really exciting.
I really believe waiting tables, and service industry jobs in general, make you a better person.
It’s so cheap to just release a movie. You can do it by yourself if you have to. Put in on the Internet if you have to.
I’m sort of a carb-oholic. I love pasta, and I know it’s really simple, but I love pasta with olive oil and crushed red pepper and maybe some Parmesan. I don’t really eat cheese anymore, but that would be my favorite. I love a tri colore salad – it’s my favorite.
Sometimes when you’re given hurdles, it makes you more creative in the end.
When you’re recording a TV show, you really feel like you’re in a bubble.
I’d been dating my husband for about a year, and I’d already kissed George Clooney, Ashton Kutcher and Gerard Butler. Awesome year, right?
I want to be on that thing that people watch while they’re eating a quick dinner before they go out, or to cheer them up. I want to make people laugh every day, if I can.
Wherever I am on location, I can usually, even in the weirdest little places, find a recording studio.
I’ve been really fortunate to do so many comedies and then so many dramatic roles and then television and movies and stuff like that.
The truth is, if I was maybe better or funnier or prettier, wouldn’t I have starred in a movie? I can see it objectively as a businesswoman – if no one’s buying your product, then there’s not a desire for it.
I am very reluctantly healthy.
My parents, stupidly, always let me go downtown. This was pre-pager, even. It made me adventurous. I think it makes you tough.
It’s really exciting and also it makes me nervous, because I’m like, “Well, I figured out how to perform this episode, but what if I’m not as good at what they write for next episode?” But that’s part of the challenge, and that’s what, I hope, ultimately makes me a better actor.
In the past few months, I’ve become convinced of one thing: If I were a man, I’d be paid more.
‘Reluctantly Healthy’ is so completely different than what I do for a living. It’s really what I wanted it to be, which is learning to be healthy.
I enjoy meeting someone and then really getting to know them and then falling in love.
There are a lot of perks when you’re an actor. Free food at work was my second favorite in the beginning, but my first was the weird stuff. Like seeing celebrities in no makeup and finding out what they ate.
You’ve heard the phrase ‘There are no small roles, just small actors?’ Well, I kind of disagree. There are small roles, but when you get a lot of them in a row, you can become a pretty successful actress, and that’s what I’ve done.
I took ballet dancing forever, and there was a natural transition into acting.
I enjoy the old-fashioned idea of, like, ‘His Girl Friday’ and ‘Bringing Up Baby’, those old movies.
I’m finding now more and more that nudity is so rarely serves the story in any film.
It’s bad enough when people are comparing your movie to just other random movies, but when you have another ‘Carrie’ to compare it to, it’s rough.
I would have played any character in an Alexander Payne movie.
I just try not to look at any role as a comedic role or a dramatic role. I just try to stay in the movie I’m in.
I’m not opposed to auditioning. I love auditioning. It’s one of my favorite things.
I really love this character I played called Becky Freeley in a T.V. show called ‘Miss Guided’. We only shot seven episodes, and nobody watched it, and it was on for, like, a second, but I really liked that character.
I didn’t really think of role in those terms, like ‘quirky best friend’, when I read the script and when I came to the project.
‘Citizen Ruth’ I saw when I was in college, and I really flipped out over it. I just knew I wanted to work with the person who made that movie.
For a long time, I think my family thought I was living in a $3 million mansion in the Hollywood Hills.
I was lucky, and once I moved to L.A., I didn’t have to get another job besides acting. But I wouldn’t trade my previous jobs for anything.
I am an actress – I am paid to verbalize other people’s words, not create my own.