In this post, you will find great Scott Adsit Quotes. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.
Networks like Adult Swim allow artists to be artists and allow their vision to come through without a lot of tinkering. I worked on ‘Moral Orel’ and ‘Mary Shelley’s Frankenhole,’ and they bothered us very little. They very, very seldom came to us and said ‘Change this,’ or ‘You can’t do that,’ or ‘We’d like to see this.’
I never looked at my future as comedy. Even at Second City, I always thought of it as acting. I knew I was going to be an actor financially, emotionally, egotistically.
I got an agent when I needed one, when I had a contract negotiation for the first time. I was doing the Second City E.T.C., and I got invited to audition for the last season, it turns out, of ‘In Living Color.’
The hardest part about improv is getting the audience to relax and enjoy themselves, because most improv is not very good, and the audience is nervous for the performers the whole time. Not that they don’t even like the show, but they feel bad for the performers.
I was doing a show in L.A. called ‘Celebrity Autobiography,’ where celebrities read excerpts from other celebrities’ books and hang themselves with their own rope.
It’s hard to tell what is even mainstream anymore because there’s so many platforms now. And they’re all topics of conversation.
I’d been an actor in high school, and when I got to college, it was all about film.
I put my foot in my mouth more than I speak properly.
I went to film school at Columbia and did that for a couple years and really thought I was going to be a filmmaker, and then I kind of drifted over to the acting side after that. I’d been an actor in high school, and when I got to college, it was all about film.
I enjoy doing physical comedy.
I came up through Second City, so I’m used to playing 20 characters every night who are very different from each other. I wouldn’t want my career to be any different.
I never looked at my future as comedy. Even at Second City, I always thought of it as acting. I knew I was going to be an actor, financially, emotionally, egotistically. I still don’t think I’m in comedy.