I don't ever want to be Number One because once you become Number One, you start to change. You get scrutinized on everything you do and you're suddenly afraid to take chances. I need to take chances. I need to work. I don't want to be a superstar.
My father was very strict. The rules were that everyone had to be upstairs in the house at 6 o'clock every night including weekends. It was forced interaction, but my father never stopped us from having fun.
My father was the guy on the block who said hi to everyone.
The less food, the more time to talk, the more to talk about.
I never thought about being famous.
This town was built on nepotism.
My father is a Jehovah's Witness, and he raised us under a very strict hand.
But my kids, my brothers' kids - they think about trying to top what we did.
My kids have a competitive drive I never had growing up.
We have four beautiful children and some wonderful memories.
And for my family, comedically, that was the key to a lot of the humor.
I was 12 years old when I had my first job, delivering packages.
And my marriage was perfect when I wasn't famous.
Being a celebrity, I don't even have to talk.
Nobody can stop you but you. And shame on you if you're the one who stops yourself.
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