Sarah Silverman - Quotes

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I like my life alone. I mean, I love being with friends, and I love kissing and loving someone to pieces. But it's hard to find someone who doesn't ultimately start judging you and your choices.

I like my life alone. I mean, I love being with friends, and I love kissing and loving someone to pieces. But it's hard to find someone who doesn't ultimately start judging you and your choices.

Relations between black and white would be greatly improved if we were more accepting of our fears and our feelings and more vocal about it. ---->>>

I just think of myself as a comedian, really. I mean, I talk about being Jewish a lot. It's funny because I do think of myself as Jewish ethnically, but I'm not religious at all. I have no religion. ---->>>

I still have highs and lows, maybe I don't cry salty tears as much. ---->>>

I don't set out to offend or shock, but I also don't do anything to avoid it. ---->>>

I mean, I love being with friends and I love kissing and loving someone to pieces. But it's hard to find someone who doesn't ultimately start judging you and your choices. ---->>>

It shows the truth - that the real meaning of a word is only as powerful or harmless as the emotion behind it. ---->>>

Well, I'm not afraid to say something if I think it's funny, even if it's harsh or racist. ---->>>

Smells definitely do have a crazy impact on me. ---->>>

Some people say my humor focuses too much on stereotypes. It doesn't. It focuses on facts.

Some people say my humor focuses too much on stereotypes. It doesn't. It focuses on facts.

They've got great parents; I'm just trying to be the fun uncle. ---->>>

Men like to squash you. I just want someone who's happy with himself, happy with his life. He doesn't have to squash mine. ---->>>

I have a ton of Holocaust stuff, and some of it is really hard core. ---->>>

When I came out to L. A., I got a part in an episode of 'Star Trek: Voyager,' and I hired an acting coach. ---->>>

Everyone self-Googles. And, I have, of course, the Google alert. ---->>>

Growing up, I always loved Disney movies, but the first movie I remember seeing is 'Sleepers,' so I wasn't really taken to children's movies. ---->>>

I looked up and saw the shape of a heart made by the silhouette of Ben Affleck and Matt Damon kissing. ---->>>

I love making videos on my couch. You can put those on the Internet fast. I can express myself. ---->>>

My growing up years, we watched 'Happy Days,' every night. I don't know what was reruns and what was new. ---->>>

If you are truly offended by an 80-year-old man saying you're not funny, then you're probably not funny. ---->>>

And then before going back for my sophomore year, I decided to change my major to arts and sciences, and my dad cut a deal with me: He said if I'd quit school he'd pay my rent for the next three years, as if I were in school. ---->>>

I definitely think that prescription drugs, like antidepressants, are prescribed so cavalierly, anyone can get anything, but I need it. I do think that it needs to work hand and hand with therapy. ---->>>

I like my messiness on stage, though I watch comics who come at a joke from every angle and I think, 'Yeah! That's how it's done!' But for me it's the audience. If I feel connected to them, I have so much fun, and if not, it stinks. ---->>>

I think I've been called edgy - but in all honesty, there is a safety in what I do because I'm always the idiot. Unless you're just listening to buzz words and not taking into account the context of the situation, you see I'm always the ignoramus. ---->>>

I think maybe I became funny because as a kid, I was a Jew in a town of no Jews, and being funny just instinctively came about as a way to put people at ease around me. ---->>>

I'm always writing; I'm always jotting things down on paper or making notes in my iPhone. Then I'll make myself sit down and kind of shape it up, but there's really no other way to practice other than onstage. ---->>>

In terms of television and movies, I've been really interested in seeing the partnership of comedy and beauty and heart. I think they can go together really well and really thoughtfully. But, I'm a total one-hour drama addict. I think when you're a comedian, you tend towards dramas because that's the less stressful thing to watch. ---->>>

It fills me with a weird rage to wear shoes that make me not able to walk easily or run if I had to. It feeds into this whole 'war on women' thing in my head. ---->>>

My comedy notebooks are filled with random journal entries. It's all the same. I can look back on old joke notebooks, and know exactly what was going on in my life. ---->>>

You want to make people laugh and by virtue of that please them, but when you're instructed to make people laugh and please them, you're too resentful to do it. ---->>>

I can't believe how much time has passed. The first time I did stand-up I was 17, and I was really a stand-up once I was 19 in New York, and now I'm 41, and I still feel like I haven't found myself onstage. ---->>>

I tend to be more arrogant on stage. Far more ignorant. I sometimes say what I think and sometimes say the opposite of what I think and the lines get blurred, but I can only hope that some kind of absolute power transcends. ---->>>

Traditionally, I have no right to talk about race. I'm white; I didn't grow up in an all-black neighborhood. But the license I see for myself is I'm a member of the world. ---->>>

I like my life alone. ---->>>

I do love the idea of ritual. ---->>>

I enjoy the last quarter of all basketball games. ---->>>

I remember when I got a part on 'Seinfeld' it was like an out of body experience, I was so excited. ---->>>

You're supposed to have friends you can tell anything to. ---->>>

But I think you can make fun of anything as long as it's funny enough. ---->>>

Earlier in my career, I was really tight, really together, and knew who I was and I was confident. I kind of feel in between now. ---->>>

I had a lot of depression as a kid. ---->>>

I started out in clubs, and I've always liked clubs. I like theaters because people are there for the show. ---->>>

You know, I think whatever a comic talks about onstage is all they talk about offstage. ---->>>

I was always the class clown; I made my family laugh, and that was when I was always happiest. I grew up listening to stand-up comedians' albums and watching them on TV, on 'The Tonight Show' and Letterman. ---->>>

I do love the idea of ritual. I'm a very ritualistic person. I have to wash my face twice, and on the second wash before I rinse, I brush my teeth, then I rinse, then I floss, then I put on moisturizer. I'm ritualistic. Jewishness is very ritualistic. ---->>>

I have no religion, but I can't escape being extremely Jewish ethnically - that is, culturally. In other words, I'm not religious, but I worry and I'm neurotic. And I'm very good with money. ---->>>

I have very vivid dreams - almost always action-adventure. I'm often on the run. I've always had dreams. When I was little, I'd go to sleep with my head on my hands, which were in fists like I was looking through a camera. I felt like sleep was the movies - just drifting off to the movies.

I have very vivid dreams - almost always action-adventure. I'm often on the run. I've always had dreams. When I was little, I'd go to sleep with my head on my hands, which were in fists like I was looking through a camera. I felt like sleep was the movies - just drifting off to the movies.

I'm a very ritualistic person. I have to wash my face twice, and on the second wash before I rinse, I brush my teeth, then I rinse, then I floss, then I put on moisturizer. I'm ritualistic. Jewishness is very ritualistic. ---->>>

I'm doing a lot of stand-up, but not like when you're living in New York and you can do three sets a night and it's your life, and you sleep all day and you wake up and you eat with a bunch of other comics and then get ready for the night. ---->>>

Jews, black people - any people who are hated or who have suffered, either as individuals or as a people - use humour. It is a survival skill. ---->>>

I'm Jewish, but I'm totally not. ---->>>

I really think everything is fair game. ---->>>

By the time I would have graduated, at 22, I was a writer and featured performer on Saturday Night Live. ---->>>

I don't really care for, like, fat jokes about women, specifically. ---->>>

I just think of myself as a comedian, really. ---->>>

I never defend my material. Comedy is subjective. ---->>>

I never want to be in a position where I have to defend my material. It's too subjective. It's for other people to defend or not defend. ---->>>

I'd love to do drama if it was interesting. ---->>>

I'm not the marrying type, but I always want to be with someone who is a fan. ---->>>

If I have kids, I'll adopt. ---->>>

That's not to say that I don't find anything offensive. ---->>>

The first time I did stand-up was the summer I was 17. ---->>>

What are the chances there is a God, really?

What are the chances there is a God, really?

As a kid, I was terrified. I was a bed wetter, and I had to go to sleepaway camp every summer, which was humiliating and terrifying. I had lots of insecurities and scaredness. ---->>>

I mean, I talk about being Jewish a lot. It's funny because I do think of myself as Jewish ethnically, but I'm not religious at all. I have no religion. ---->>>

My dad loves to be talked about, good or bad. He just loves it. He's not even hearing the content, he's just hearing him. When I'm onstage, he's looking at the audience members and can't believe that there are strangers listening to me, and he's just delighted by the whole thing. ---->>>

The first time I did stand-up I was 17, and I was really a stand-up once I was 19 in New York, and now I'm 41, and I still feel like I haven't found myself onstage. Earlier in my career, I was really tight, really together, and knew who I was and I was confident. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 12-02, 1970
Birthplace: in Bedford, New Hampshire, The United States
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Occupation: Comedian
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Sarah Kate Silverman (born December 1, 1970) is an American stand-up comedian, actress, producer, and writer. Her comedy addresses social taboos and controversial topics, such as racism, sexism, and religion, having her comic character endorse them in a sarcastic fashion. For her work on television, she won two Primetime Emmy Awards (wikipedia)