A Note From The Publisher
While printing, the comedy industry lost stars whose careers and words are featured within. It is acknowledged with deep sorrow that
Robert Schimmel passed on September 3, 2010; and with great sadness that
Greg Giraldo’s lifetime in comedy was tragically cut short on September 29, 2010.
Rest in peace and laughter.
PHOTO: Greg Giraldo with Elayne Boosler
“Once you been performing on the streets you can conquer any venue.”
“It must be doing the set on TV that sucks the funny out.”
“I want my ashes either with some really good primo or as some fertilizer for plants.”
“Actually what he said was, ‘You really shouldn’t ever, ever publicly sing again."
“You have to enjoy the process.”
“I would prefer not to be in a car with someone who can’t really drive that well!”
“You’ll find yourself knocking at the door. F--- that! Just take the door off the hinges.”
“I was born funny.”
“I’m the best at being lucky.”
“...if I said she changed she became a bitch, no she was always a bitch, she just couldn’t afford to be one.”
“My sense of stand up comedy would be so esoteric.”
““They'd like to try to develop a sitcom deal. Is that something you'd be interested in?”
‘No, no I want to continue doing the one nighters in Jersey!"
“So there were these eight blue haired old whores fighting over me.... “
“After five minutes I was hooked, and my neck still hurts now and then from it.”
“I walked down the street and there were prostitutes in windows like suits...”
“I couldn’t wait to get on a series, then I got on a series, and all I wanted to do was stand-up.”
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Performers, especially comedians, are a special breed. The great performers have the ability to bare their souls, their inner truth, thoughts, to share pain, failures and entertain the public with that. Comedians make us laugh at it.
The stars we can not forget seem to share an almost inhuman deafness to rejection, a passion and a drive that one could only relate to a self-made billionaire. The difference is that the performers who make a lasting impression on us, do not do it for money. They feed off of an audience; comedians need laughter for fulfillment.
Celebrity Comics Babble™ Volume 1 is a romp down a red carpet of comedy stars. Its unrivaled line up of celebrity interviews from The Comic Bible magazine tell the tales of over thirty of the Worlds favorite comedic performers.
With humor, in their own words, celebrities share their passion, their motivation, their beginnings, struggles, desires, work ethic, the secrets to their success and behind the laughter.
Celebrity Comics Babble™ Volume 1 is a compilation of interviews from The Comic Bible™ magazine. The Comic Bible™ magazine ISSN # 1095-1105 Published and Copyright 1996-2011 by MAP/PMS Celebrity Comics Babble™ ISBN # 978-0-9829282-0-2 Published by PMS Productions Inc. Copyright 2011 PMS Productions Inc. All are trademarks and All rights reserved.
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