Khandi Alexander - Quotes

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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. ---->>>

This hiatus coming up I'm looking at a comedy because I need the balance. ---->>>

I like comedy, I love it very much, I love laughing. ---->>>

I had always done theater during the entire six years I was with 'CSI: Miami.' ---->>>

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.' ---->>>

Talk about divine intervention. I can't even tell you how blessed I feel. ---->>>

In the case of 'News Radio,' I loved that show. I loved the actors and the producers, but I was longing very much for something more to sink my teeth into me. I think it was an incredibly smart show, but I found myself on the peripheral of a lot of it. ---->>>

There's nothing worse than having a very strong female character and then suddenly having it go away. ---->>>

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. ---->>>

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. ---->>>


Nationality: American
Born: 09-04, 1957
Birthplace: New York City, New York, U.S
Occupation: Dancer

Khandi Alexander (born September 4, 1957) is an American dancer, choreographer, and actress. She began her career as dancer in 1980s and was a choreographer for Whitney Houston's world tour from 1988–1992. During 1990s, Alexander has appeared in a number of films, include CB4 (1993), What's Love Got to Do with It (1993), Sugar Hill (1994), and There's Something About Mary (1998) (wikipedia)