Matt LeBlanc is an American actor and comedian. He is best known for his role as Joey Tribbiani on the NBC sitcom Friends and as a fictional version of himself on the BBC/Showtime comedy series Episodes. He also starred as a regular on the CBS sitcom Man with a Plan from 2016 to 2019.
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What can you learn from Matt LeBlanc (Life Lessons)
- Matt LeBlanc has demonstrated that hard work and dedication to a craft can lead to success, no matter where you come from.
- He has also shown that it is possible to remain humble and kind even when you reach the top of your field.
- Finally, his comedic timing and ability to make light of difficult situations has taught us the importance of having a good sense of humor.
The most bashful Matt LeBlanc quotes that will inspire your inner self
Following is a list of the best Matt LeBlanc quotes, including various Matt LeBlanc inspirational quotes, and other famous sayings by Matt LeBlanc.
As an actor, the biggest compliment you can get, in my book is for someone to believe that you're the character.
I am not bisexual. I am not gay. I have never had sex with men.
My favorite character on Friends was Joey, because we're both actors.
I always thought that was so cool.
I find the earth to be a place of misery in which I am surrounded by the conformity that kills society.
Work to me has become kind of a hobby.
I was a part of something that gave me financial independence and the rent is paid. Now it's just about projects that turn me on.
In comedy, you have to be unafraid to hang from the tree branch naked in the high wind and you have to be absolutely unafraid to look ridiculous and silly.
I don't like silk underwear. They don't do the job, you know?
Misery is manifold. The wretchedness of the earth is multiform.
Funny quotes by Matt LeBlanc
Is it better to strive for success as a self-representing artist or try to get your feet wet in the gallery world? That is such a common question these days among artists. I truly believe that most artists will come to a cross road where they will have to decide on which route to take as it's extremely hard to be successful in both worlds.
The more cynical you become, the better off you'll be.
I really like the half-hour comedy. I really do. I know people that are in movies all the time and they, you know, they don't see their families as much. And that takes its toll over time.
The way I look at it, everything is a trade.
You acquire some money, so then you've got no financial burdens, but everyone wants your money and so who can you trust? Or you've got no money and you can trust anyone, but then you've got the worry to pay bills. Which is worse?
Everyone is just as committed and focused as they were the first season.
When I was younger and studying acting, I never ever saw myself in the sitcom world; it was drama that really turned me on and still does.
I remember when my daughter, Marina, was born.
The second I laid eyes on her, I was in love, and I had never felt that way before. I couldn't believe it.
This whole acting thing was always just for me and was always an absolute shot in the dark. If it didn't pan out, I had my hammer and tool belt, banging nails again tomorrow if I had to.
Quotations by Matt LeBlanc that are charismatic and versatile
Having kids has been great for me. I have two beautiful step- kids, as well as my own new daughter. They've really helped me to keep my feet firmly on the ground, and life is good. I feel like I'm the luckiest guy here.
The majority of my background is multi-camera format, which is very broad and a very arch perception of reality. Whereas single camera tends to be more truthful and a little more intimate of a medium. Friends was an education in intelligent comedic banter; in intelligent vernacular. It was an education in scene study. It was an education in group dynamic. I came out of there with a masters degree in comedy.