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32 Sensational Louie Anderson Quotes

Louie Anderson is an Emmy Award winning American stand up comedian, actor, and television host. Having wrote three books, Anderson also is credited with creating the cartoon series ‘Life with Louie.’ Here is a look at some of the most memorable Louie Anderson quotes ever documented.

“After 34 years, I feel like I did when I was starting out. I feel excited and feel I’ve never been better doing what I do.”

“All great comedians make me laugh, but people make me laugh more.”

“At Thanksgiving, my mom always makes too much food, especially one item, like 700 or 800 pounds of sweet potatoes. She’s got to push it during the meal.”

“Dr. Phil was very helpful and caring. I believe he helped all of us there and watching how to better relate, understand, and communicate with our families and loved ones. Dr. Phil recommended reading my new book.”

“I can’t stay long; I’m in between meals.”

“I felt ashamed for what I had done. I don’t have any excuses. I did what I did. I take full responsibility for myself and my actions. I wouldn’t pawn this off on anybody. I’m sorry it happened. And I hurt people.”

“I had been asking the universe and God to send me a way for me to help me. Show business has been so wonderful to me, and it came in the form of that. Its just so funny how things come into your life, and if you take a chance on them, it might give you a brand new life.”

“I have a cousin Ernie who buys stuff. He’s got a big snowblower that’s actually the biggest snowblower you can buy, with a remote control, so he doesn’t even have to go outside. He’s got the microwave and a satellite dish, it’s all in one. He cooks and watches at the same time.”

“I have a very warm spot in my heart for Vegas.”

“I have about 1,000 hours of myself on tape in a vault in Los Angeles. But I also have a photographic memory about my jokes, because they’re really about me; they’re my stories.”

“I have added a lot. There’s some Vegas stuff and hotel stuff and a whole chunk on health.”

“I live in California, the worst place in the world for fat people. There are three of us. They have us on eight-hour shifts, so it works out.”

“I started a big part of my career in Vegas.”

“I think I have always tried to connect my comedy to my art.”

“I was 10th of 11 kids in an alcoholic, abusive, poor family. We all want things that we can’t have. And I found comedy.”

“I was with a famous comedian when a young fan walked up and asked for an autograph. The comedian blew him off. I’ll never forget the look on the young boy’s face. He was devastated.”

“I would trade everything I have to have had a happier childhood.”

“If I were the last person on earth, some moron would turn left in front of me.”

“I’m a 7 o’clock act. My people want to go to a show, a dinner and then go home and go to bed.”

“I’m washing lettuce. Soon, I’ll be on fries. In a few years, I’ll make assistant manager, and that’s when the big bucks start rolling in.”

“It’s so much easier to be cynical.”

“I’ve been in Vegas. That’s where you get into the money thing. Boy, you get greedy in Vegas, you know. That’s the only place that you can bet $25, get it up to $500 and refuse to quit.”

“Let me tell you about my family.”

“Minnesotans really think they run the whole world, I love that.”

“My first words were ‘Seconds, please.’ Most kids in kindergarten napped on a little rug. I had a braided 9 x 12.”

“My inspiration is coming more and more from the way I feel and the gratitude I feel. The older you get the more humility you have.”

“My mom was a garage sale person, save money. Come on in to the garage sale, you might find a shirt.”

“We all think we’re going to get out of debt.”

“We were on welfare when we were kids. Thanks for reminding me of that.”

“Weight is a glanduar thing, as well as an emotional thing.”

“Well, isn’t every successful person in every family the bankbook?”

“When I say, ‘I can’t stay long, I’m in-between meals,’ that plays differently on the radio than it does in person. So I have to pick material that works because the words are funny, not just because of the images.”

Here is a unique interview with Louie Anderson as he discusses his new starring role as Zach Galifianakis’ mother in ‘Baskets.’

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