Lucy Punch - Quotes

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People ask why I always play crazy people and free spirits. I guess it is because I like to have fun. But I am more ambitious than your average free spirit. This job is hard enough that, without drive and hard work, you will never make it work.

People ask why I always play crazy people and free spirits. I guess it is because I like to have fun. But I am more ambitious than your average free spirit. This job is hard enough that, without drive and hard work, you will never make it work.

I'm a really good dinner party guest. I am always so appreciative, impressed that anyone has even managed to turn on the oven and cook for me. ---->>>

I was very chatty and talkative and always getting sent out of class for talking too much and not paying attention, passing notes. ---->>>

That's nice, to be compared to Joanna Lumley. She played my mother once in 'Ella Enchanted.' I was one of the ugly sisters, and she was the stepmother, so that was great. I'll take that comparison, thank you. ---->>>

When I was 11, I had an Ugly Sister birthday party. All my idea. Most girls want to be a fairy or a princess, but there I am with beauty spots and fur and fluorescent pink kiss-curls. ---->>>

When I was 17 I interned at a school, and it was the most exhausting, difficult thing I've ever done, with all these screaming children. ---->>>

Trying to look cool and lovely in comedy is a recipe for disaster. You have to let go. ---->>>

What I love about L.A. is that people say they're going for a hike, which just means a walk. It's a stroll, but if you walk in L.A., it's a hike. ---->>>

As long as it's funny, there's no such thing as too far.

As long as it's funny, there's no such thing as too far.

I remember I had a boyfriend a long time ago who said, 'You need to change your name; you sound like a circus performer.' ---->>>

I always find it funny when I watch actors talking about, 'I chose to do this part.' A lot of times it's 'you're lucky to get the job.' We're like, 'Thank you so much.' ---->>>

I can see why people love the idea of a big white wedding - it is a day when they are the centre of attention and get to wear a beautiful dress. But that sounds awful to me because that is like getting ready to walk down the red carpet. ---->>>

I won't eat offal. Once, I was in London at the Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons, which is this really fancy eating establishment and hotel, and I almost got conned into eating testicles. It was one of the most delicious meals I've ever eaten, about twelve courses. That was one of the courses. ---->>>

To be honest, and I may regret saying this, the idea of playing the same character for a very long time is very daunting to me. ---->>>

Every movie I've done, when they cast me, they knew I'd probably do it for a toffee apple and a Frappuccino. ---->>>

I am terrified of being misjudged by thousands of faceless Twitterers. ---->>>

I love the Midwest accent. ---->>>

I personally do not find puke funny. I find it disgusting. ---->>>

I tend to eat geographically. When I'm in L.A., I like to eat L.A. food. ---->>>

I'm not ashamed to look like a total idiot. ---->>>

If you can make people laugh, you know you're getting it right; it's an instant pat on the back. ---->>>

My mother loved Gene Wilder when I was growing up, so I used to watch all his movies with her. I just adore him. ---->>>

Steve Carell is the most spectacular ad-lib improviser ever. And just doing a scene with him, it's just one incredible topping himself on every take. ---->>>

The actors I admire, like Ben Kingsley or Daniel Day-Lewis, they totally reinvent themselves in every part. I hope I get a chance to do that. ---->>>

I always played the ugly sister instead of Cinderella or the Wicked Witch. But those are the parts I love, and actually, to be a character actress, you have more longevity, hopefully. ---->>>

I did buy 'The Sun' a few times, but I just don't read the tabloids. Sometimes they can have genius witty headlines, but that's all. There's nothing to read. ---->>>

I am very chaotic; I am always late and walking into things. ---->>>

I feel very lucky that I make a living doing what I always wanted to do. ---->>>

I had a very nice, cozy childhood. I did lots of plays at school and worked with the National Youth Theatre as a teenager. ---->>>

Someone told me I had funny facial expressions. I don't know whether I take that as a compliment or not, but.

Someone told me I had funny facial expressions. I don't know whether I take that as a compliment or not, but.

I never feel comfortable! I'm always anxious. I'm always all over the board. That said, I like doing comedy because it's easy to tell when you're getting it right because people laugh, and you can hear it, and they're smiling, and you can see it. ---->>>

I'm sure my agents would like me to play leading roles, and I guess I should, but I'm more interested in the character parts. They're more fun, challenging and interesting. ---->>>

My friends asked me to be a reverend at their wedding in France a few years ago. I went on the Internet, and within 15 seconds, I was printing out a certificate which allowed me to officiate at their wedding. ---->>>

What I like in L.A. is that it's a lot more brutal. In England it's, 'Have a cup of tea, have a chat,' and you still don't get the part. In L.A. you go in, do your bit, and if they don't like you, you're straight out again. In a sense, that's more honest. ---->>>

When I was younger, I was nervous and didn't have a huge amount of confidence as an actor. Comedy is something - you know when you're getting it right because you can hear. And you can hear if you're not getting it right! I like to create interesting, weird characters, and they're often best in comedies. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: English
Born: 12-30, 1977
Birthplace: Hammersmith, London, England
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Occupation: Actress
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Lucy Punch (born 30 December 1977) is an English actress. She has appeared in films such as Hot Fuzz, Bad Teacher, You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger, Dinner for Schmucks, and Into the Woods. (wikipedia)