Judy Gold Quotes

  • Unfortunately, I cook for two boys, and they don't care what it looks like on the plate, and neither do I.
  • Halloween is an opportunity to be really creative.
  • People always think you have a lot of money when they see you on TV.
  • I love being a Givenik Ambassador. Not only does it give me a platform to discuss my favorite charities, but I get to talk about my other favorite topic - 'The Judy Show!'
  • Remember the phrase - 'Act your age, not your shoe size?' That didn't apply to me, as they were the same until the age of 12 when my feet stopped growing.
  • 'The Judy Show' would be the name of my TV show if I had one, but I don't.
  • I didn't want to be known as a gay comic, but as a comic who happens to be gay.
  • There is no reason to be ashamed of who you are.
  • I'm going to be a 'Chopped' champion.
  • I started taking all these cooking classes. I learned a lot in them, but you think you're going to retain it, and you don't. Under the pressure, it's hard to retain everything.
  • If I was married to a man, and I had the same life situation that I have, it's the perfect recipe for a sitcom.
  • Women are taught that if you want to be a lady, keep your opinions to yourself and be polite.
  • Comedy is the most palliative way to make a point. People are more willing to listen if they can laugh.
  • The more life experience you have, the more comedy you can write.
  • Over the years, things got so bad between my mother and I, we stopped talking to each other and started communicating by putting Ann Landers articles on the refrigerator.
  • When I was a kid, I'd read about celebrities who didn't want to talk to their fans after a show. I told myself, 'That's terrible, and I would never do that.'
  • I've done stand-up since I was 18 years old, and I absolutely love it, but I used to go onstage, and the audience was my peers. Now I go onstage, and I could be their mother.
  • When you see another tall woman on the street, you nod, sort of like Orthodox Jews.
  • As scary as it was being raised by one Jewish mother, I have to feel for my kids because they have two Jewish mothers.
  • I do believe that it's something that we don't talk about, but when there are clearly defined gender roles, it is much simpler. Because you don't have to think, which people apparently don't like to do.
  • I live on the Upper West Side of Manhattan. I live in a 950-square-foot apartment with one bathroom and two sons.
  • When I got a part in 'All American Girl,' in 1994, I remember thinking, 'Now I have a series, I'm not going to need to do standup,' but every night I'd go out afterward and get onstage somewhere.
  • Comedy is all about having a point of view, and it's also about power.
  • Many comics stay in one city and develop their acts for that particular audience.