You can't make a cloudy day a sunny day, but can embrace it and decide it's going to be a good day after all.— Jane Lynch
The most reckoning Jane Lynch quotes you will be delighted to read
You just have to decide how close you want them.
Not every person in your life needs to be your best friend: some can be friends or just friendly acquaintances.
I try not to plan ahead. I just kind of try to think in the moment. I always believe everything will work out the way it's supposed to.
My advice to you: live in the moment.
Stay fluid and roll with those changes. Life is just a big extended improvisation. Embrace the ever changing, ever evolving world with the best rule I’ve ever found. Say 'YES AND.”
Stay fluid and roll with those changes. Life is just a big extended improvisation.
That was the most offensive thing I've ever seen in 20 years of teaching - and that includes an elementary school production of hair.
A lot of people are curious why I'm a lesbian - ladies and gentlemen, the cast of Entourage.
I never went through a biological clock experience. I never even heard it ticking.
I've just always loved singing, and I come from a family that loves singing around the kitchen table.
I'm kind of a manic exerciser. I'll like exercise for a week and be crazy, and then I won't do it for six months.
I know it sounds new age-y, but what I've truly come up with is that you really need to trust that you're on your own path, as long as you stay true to it and you show up, which is 99% of it.
Steve Carell, we’ve been nodding at each other for years now.
I've never been turned down for a role because I'm gay.
I'm a character actor, and that's probably why. I don't find Hollywood, in my own experience, to be homophobic. ... But I do think the straight folks will continue to play the straight roles.
But now that I've matured, I've realized that - at the end of the day - what's really important is the work, not what people think of me.
The place you have to start to be any good at this, at acting, is with yourself.
Everything is inside of you, all of it - the murderer, the great mother, the therapist, the husband. Everything is inside of us.
There's nothing worse than an anxiety-filled, fearful actor who just needs that next job, because they're not gonna get that next job. Any time I got a job that made me feel good about myself, or made me feel, "Hey, I'm working my way up," then good adds to good. Because it makes you feel better about yourself, and that makes you more attractive, I think.
I just had to be strong enough to allow myself to be vulnerable. Great Lesson. For art and for life.
I know that Marianne Williamson cannot be bought
You have the script in front of you. It doesn't involve your body. It's all about your voice. And its fast work. Its also very lonely work. You are by yourself. Very rarely are you in a group. You act with yourself, and someone else mumbles the lines back at you. If at all.
I was not the kid that hung out at the arcade.
We did an a cappella version, which I have always wanted to do, of the "Coventry Carol." It's beautiful, and we did it in three part harmony with no accompaniment. We have two a cappella songs that, in my opinion, are just gorgeous.
When I was younger, I actually wanted to be in the spotlight.
To have people want me, want to have a piece of me.
I can still impress my family, yeah. In fact, I always text my family when I meet someone famous. I ran into Anna Faris and I texted my niece, and I said "Just hugged it out with Anna Faris," and she was like, "Oh my God! OMG! OMG!" She got a big kick out of it.
Seeing your work in something animated, you realize how little you have to do with all of it. It's always a surprise, and its always exciting to see. You never know what is going to happen when you're in that room by yourself.
I do like to go to movies. I like to be in the theater. I like the event of it.
I'm a person who likes habit and knowing what my job is.
Artists are free to push boundaries to make art.
But when pushing boundaries is their only aim, the result is usually bad art.
I stopped watching television like a fiend once I got into college.
We still listen to the original lush arrangements with the orchestras.
My first love, in my head, believe it or not, was Ron Howard.
I work with this wonderful five-piece band, The Tony Guerrero Quintet, along with Kate Flannery, who was Meredith the Drunk in The Office, and Tim Davis, who was the vocal arranger on Glee. The three of us sing, and the band is amazing. We've been working together for about two years. So, we decided to do a Christmas album in July.
Don’t deprive yourself of the exciting journey your life can be when you relinquish the need to have goals and a blueprint.
Unfortunately, I don’t actually don’t have any scenes with Michael Bolton.
There’s an exposé done on Sue Sylvester, and he pops up on the screen to basically just say he has no idea who I am. That’s the father of my child!
It’s a world where high school students look roughly twenty-four.
I'm kind of a 'Fix-It Felix' video girl. I like the simpler, sweeter kind of games.
Football is very masculine and, to me, a metaphor for war.
We have some extremely talented people that we've ripped off the Broadway stage.
It's awe-inspiring how talented they are, and how can-do they are. They're at that stage of life where it's like, "Yeah, let's put on a show!" That's really fun to watch.
Along time ago I asked myself do I want to be right or do I want to be kind; I opted for kind.
Making people laugh is a really fabulous thing because it means you're getting deep inside somebody, into their psyche, and their ability to look at themselves.
For many, many years, I was always whipping up things in order to keep myself busy and moving ever forward and saying, 'What's next? What's next? What's next?' I like the equanimity that comes with my age. I don't have big highs, and I don't have big lows. Even if this job goes away tomorrow, the nonstop ambition is a thing of the past for me. I've mellowed
When I was a kid, I wanted to be a boy.
I really had gender issues. I really thought I was supposed to be a boy. I used to sneak into my dad's room and put on a suit, drink a cocktail, and pretend to smoke a cigarette.
Do I feel famous? I feel more famous than I did 10 years ago, absolutely.
The thing about Christmas music is the recognizability. It's great.
I waved to you outside but then I realized it was just one of those inflatable parking lot gorillas.
I have to admit that I was a little nervous when I showed up for my first official 'Wreck-It Ralph' recording session.
I spent so much of my younger life drinking, and being drunk makes learning to be a grown-up kind of hard.
To this day, I still would choose the angst over something easier, when I really don't have to.
I have acting technique; I have singing technique; I don't have a writing technique to fall back on.
I don't wear particular designers. I wear whoever fits me well.
I was a huge 'Friends' fan. I had a very small part. I played a real-estate agent in the very last season.