Quotes about Jim Carrey by Jenny McCarthy, Dev Patel, Damon Wayans, Jr., Rhys Darby, Enzo Amore, Jacqueline MacInnes Wood and many others.
I wanted to be in Jim Carrey comedy movies before I met him. I wanted to be a comedian on Stage 19, yukking it up.
I don’t think I have the pulling power of Jim Carrey.
Jim Carrey and my dad were best friends. He would always be in my house and stuff like that.
When I grew up, one of comedy idols was Rowan Atkinson, who of course is Mr. Bean and uses physical comedy. Same with Jim Carrey. Both of those guys. And Peter Sellers. Most of my comedy idols are physical comics.
I was focused as a writer and marketing and a character. I was like Jim Carrey.
I would like to do comedy. I can be a bit of a Jim Carrey. I was always the class clown.
If you work with Jim Carrey, you’re working with the best.
Historically, Hollywood comedy has arrived in skinny envelopes. From fence post Buster Keaton to herky-jerky Jerry Lewis to wiry nerve-bundle Woody Allen to hung-loose Richard Pryor to whippy contortionist Jim Carrey, its comics and clowns have tended to be sliced thin and bendable.
I liked Jim Carrey from the very beginning.
I don’t think more concentration is required for Robert De Niro to do what he does as for Jim Carrey to do what he does.
I grew up watching Jim Carrey, and I was like, ‘I want to be like him. I want to do what exactly what he does.’ YouTube was just a platform, kind of like a trampoline to, like, bounce into it at a faster rate.
That’s where humour lives for me. In the body. The Steve Martin kind of stuff or Jim Carrey, that’s what I like. I’ve always felt that’s what I would like to do.
Jim Carrey is a consummate actor and professional. He comes on set, knows his lines and knows his moves.
I really like Jim Carrey.
My parents are my major supporters. I look up to Denzel Washington, Jack Nicholson and Jim Carrey. They have all opened my mind and helped me with my craft.
If you have the opportunity to watch Nathan Fillion or Jim Carrey do a scene, it’s like getting a Ph.D. in acting.
I love Jerry Lewis. I loved Jim Carrey when I was younger, and Mike Myers and Phil Hartman, all the ‘Saturday Night Live’ people in the late ’80s.