Henry Winkler is the most lovable man. He is like everybody's favorite grandfather.

Ari Graynor

Ari Graynor

Profession: Actress
Nationality: American

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I've started to get more stage fright the older I get.

I'm a little quirky, a little offbeat, and I'm certainly not a classic beauty.

There's a certain truism that you can't be self-conscious in comedy.

It took me a solid four or five years to feel really comfortable in front of the camera.

You can only really hear the beat of your own drum if you give yourself the space to sit in it.

I didn't want to study theater or go to school in the city. I wanted the all-American 'Here's your quad' college experience.

I've always sort of felt like I was from another time. The '70s is more my vibe. The clothes fit me better.

I was made fun of for being fat from fourth or fifth grade to eighth grade. That was pretty rough.

I was playing a lot of bigger, sort-of-comedic characters in slightly heightened realities, and it had been so fun and fulfilling for a long time. But it got to a point where I just felt like I didn't have that in me anymore.

If I'm gonna stay in this world of comedy, then it has to be a really special character to me in a really smart piece of material.

Usually, when I'm at a festival with a movie that I'm in, I'm in and out in 24 hours.

I feel like I'm sort of afraid to study too much because I feel like I work as I go, but I want to study the classics and also the technical aspects of things. I'm always looking to understand more.

I was the kind of kid that always loved babies. I was, you know, four years old, and I would have my baby doll that I would bring with me everywhere and fake breastfeed on the beach and diaper.

It's an incredible thing when you are creating something in a moment with the other people on stage and with an audience, and you are all experiencing it together as it exists in that one night. It's a magical feeling.