Inspiring quotes by Brad Hall

The top 10 most inspiring quotes by Brad Hall

  • I like the compressed nature of the story-telling.
  • I don’t have a lot of lifetime regrets, and very few show business regrets, surely.
  • If you drugged me with truth serum and said I could only do one thing, I would probably have to say that I would be an actor in the theater. And then I would have you arrested for drugging me.
  • I could have been a mediocre tap dancer.
  • The truth of the matter is that it’s not much less work to do a short than it is to do a feature. Particularly when you’re running around different countries.
  • Julia is one of the most loyal people who ever lived. Her best friend is her best friend from third grade, and her other best friends are her best friends from Northwestern. Once you’re a pal, you’re a pal for life with Jules. I’m not just flattering her because she’s my wife.
  • Those regrets that I do have are, exclusively, not doing plays that I wish I had done.
  • You have to run an awful lot on instinct. Even on ‘Veep,’ it’s not like you get weeks of rehearsal to break out what’s going on in the scenes.
  • It’s nice to be able to sit down and have a discussion about something for more than four minutes and not look at your watch and go, ‘Oh my God, I just spent $40,000 of HBO’s money.’
  • When I go to see theater, I’m consumed with professional jealousy.

Brad Hall is an American comedian, writer, actor, and director, known for his unique brand of deadpan humor and quirky style. Born on March 21, 1958, in Santa Barbara, California, Hall began his career in the entertainment industry in the 1980s.

He gained prominence as a cast member on Saturday Night Live during the 1982–1983 season, where he showcased his comedic talents through various sketches and characters. Despite a short tenure on SNL, Hall left a lasting impression with his distinctive comedic sensibilities.

Outside of SNL, Hall has appeared in numerous television shows and films, often portraying characters with a dry wit and offbeat charm. His credits include guest roles on acclaimed series such as Brooklyn Nine-Nine and Parks and Recreation, as well as roles in films like Troll and Bye Bye Love.

In addition to acting, Hall has also worked behind the camera as a writer and director. He wrote and directed the 1996 comedy film, “Picture Perfect,” starring Jennifer Aniston and Jay Mohr.

Throughout his career, Brad Hall has carved out a niche for himself as a comedic talent with a penchant for understated humor and an unmistakable style.

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