Rachel Dratch - Quotes

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Many comedians have a dark side that lets them take a negative thing and turn it funny.

Many comedians have a dark side that lets them take a negative thing and turn it funny.

I have no wisdom to share on dating. ---->>>

I'm definitely not up-to-date on the high-tech videogame world. ---->>>

If it gets laughs, it's funny.

If it gets laughs, it's funny.

In real life, I'm gorgeous, beautiful. ---->>>

Actually, I didn't like Dartmouth very much, but the whole theater scene I really liked. ---->>>

I could see myself in some sort of pioneer bonnet, it's my childhood fantasy, but I think I look too Jewish for the prairie. ---->>>

When you're starting up a show, you don't really know what direction it's going to go. ---->>>

I had always wanted to be on SNL, it's not always great, but it's this leftover childhood dream. ---->>>

I started doing improv my sophomore year. ---->>>

I think for anyone - male or female - in improv, the biggest thing to get over is the fear. I think every improviser has that. ---->>>

Well, I've claimed to have seen two ghosts in a hotel room. ---->>>

Everybody always asks about Jimmy Fallon. I'm sorry to say that he's very nice and there's not much bad to say about him. I don't know if he sucks at videogames or not. I don't think he plays them, but he could have this whole secret life I don't know about. ---->>>

I definitely don't want to do drama. I'm not looking to branch out into that world. ---->>>

I did Second City, and Nia Vardalos also did Second City, so I knew her from there. ---->>>

I did some acting in high school, I knew I really liked it. ---->>>

I started doing improv in college, and I really liked it. ---->>>

I was sort of the class-clown type, and I was also in school plays, and I always liked comedy. ---->>>

Since I was little, it was instilled in me to conserve water. In terms of what can you do as an individual, it's an easy issue to get behind. ---->>>

When I was a kid, I was super shy. ---->>>

When I was little, we used to have Atari. ---->>>

All I remember is the last time I played a videogame, it was Space Invaders. ---->>>

But I majored in Drama, modified with Psychology. ---->>>

I also didn't consider myself a huge baby person. ---->>>

I didn't originally intend on writing a book. I started writing during the day to feel like I was accomplishing something creative. ---->>>

I don't really consider myself an impressionist. ---->>>

I never wanted to be that person who leaves 'SNL' and nothing happens. ---->>>

An improv team would have eight guys and one woman; that was still pretty standard. If you were a woman improviser, it was actually kind of an advantage because, if you were halfway decent, you'd get a lot more stage time. ---->>>

And you know when I was growing up, I knew I wanted to have kids, but I knew I didn't want to do it alone. Then once I was 41, 42, I had to accept that I probably wouldn't have kids unless I decided to adopt later on, but even then it would be with a partner. ---->>>

I remember watching Gilda Radner when I was a kid and everyone thought she was so funny and no one ever said that she was a funny woman, she was just funny. ---->>>

If you have an impulse, not if you're going to ruin someone elses' scene, if you have an impulse of a funny little add-on or taking something in a weird direction, try it. ---->>>

Personally, I don't even read bummer news stories about the environment because it makes me feel helpless to fix anything and reminds me that the general population doesn't treat these issues as an important part of our political life. ---->>>

The Yale group was doing the Harold. So by our senior year we were trying to do the Harold. Again, we had no idea what we were doing. We had one guy in the group who was pretty experimental; he would kind of push us to do weird things. It was really fun, a great experience. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 02-22, 1966
Birthplace: Lexington, Massachusetts, U.S.
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Occupation: Comedian
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Rachel Susan Dratch (born February 22, 1966) is an American actress, comedian, producer, and writer. Born and raised in Lexington, Massachusetts, she graduated from Dartmouth College in 1988 and moved to Chicago, Illinois, to study improvisational theatre at The Second City and ImprovOlympic. Her breakthrough came on the NBC television show Saturday Night Live (SNL), where she was a cast member from 1999 to 2006 (wikipedia)