I refuse to give energy to the negative. I've got a great fella and two great little girls.
I didn't really know how to write jokes, so I just told weird, long stories about being tall and beautiful and wealthy in New York. I'd tell them very seriously, but I kind of looked like a drag queen at the time with big wigs and crazy 12-inch platform heels.
I just think that wigs and makeup and costumes completely transform me.
I wanted to be a drag queen so badly. I'll bet I still own more wigs than any drag queen - I love me a wig.
When I was 22, I met with some janky manager, and she told me, 'You're never going to work at this weight.' I think I was a size 6 at the time. There is just this weird thing about how we perceive women in this country. I would love to be a part of breaking that down.
I've watched women being hideously unattractive, personality-wise and physically, all the time. But these women never end up on screen.