Kevin Nealon Quotes

Kevin Nealon Quotes: The Outer Limits was one of those shows I grew up watching - that and The Twilight Zone.
Send Quote
Kevin Nealon Quote: I enjoyed living in New York City, I liked the premise of the show [ Saturday Night Live], I liked working with a different host every week and different musicians. I always thought,
Send Quote
Quotes about Kevin Nealon: It's kind of fun when you're playing characters that aren't quite on the up and up and people still like you.
Send Quote
Quote about Kevin Nealon: Saturday Night Live was a show that I never thought I would be on, because I didn't do sketch comedy and I didn't do impressions. I was a stand-up.
Send Quote
Kevin Nealon Sayings: When a show has been on for so long, you lose fans, you gain fans. I remember this from 'Saturday Night Live.'
Send Quote
Kevin Nealon Saying: I played a security guard, and I think it was in the State Department. This was my first acting role, really, and I remember rehearsing it on the couch with my girlfriend at the time. I had a real problem with saying the word
Send Quote
Sayings about Kevin Nealon: I went to school for marketing and advertising, so I have a special interest in good and funny commercials and why they work and why they're funny - which is one of the reasons I, like many people, like watching the Super Bowl, besides the game.
Send Quote
Saying about Kevin Nealon: I was never really an impressionist. If there was somebody within my range, maybe I could work on it and do a little exaggeration of them - which I think is really the way to do an impression.
Send Quote
Kevin Nealon Quotes: A special validates you as a stand-up by documenting your material.
Send Quote
Kevin Nealon Quote: I think Little Nicky was a divergence from the films Adam Sandler was used to doing, and he was taking a risk. I admire him for doing that.
Send Quote
Quotes about Kevin Nealon: Me and Conan O'Brien and Robert Smigel and Dana Carvey wrote a script called 'Hans and Franz: The Girlyman Dilemma,' and it was going to be co-produced with Arnold Schwarzenegger, and he was going to co-star in it. We had a deal with Sony, we got paid to write it, and it was a musical, but it never got made because...I think Arnold kind of backed out at the last minute because he was getting cold feet because ;The Last Action Hero' had come out, where he was parodying himself. But it was a really funny script, and I wish it could've seen the light, because I think it would've done really well.
Send Quote