Jenny Slate Quotes 2020

Jenny Slate Quotes 2020

Jenny Slate Quotes & Sayings

Jenny Slate was born on March 25, 1982, in Milton, Massachusetts, U.S. Her full name is Jenny Sarah Slate. Jenny Slate is Actress, comedian, voice, artist, author, & singer-songwriter. During study literature at Columbia University, Jenny Slate became involved in the comedy scene. At the start, she acting like a stand-up role on Tv.

Jenny Slate recognized for her live shows Marcel the Shell with Shoes On, which she writing, co-creating, & producing the kid’s short film or book series. She became known to the audience after staring as a cast member of Saturday Night Live. Jenny Slate’s breakout role came when she performed in coming-of-age comedy-drama film Obvious Child in 2014. Jenny Slate net worth around $5 million.

Jenny Slate won the Critics’ Choice Movie Award for Best Actress in a Comedy & nominated for an Independent Spirit Award and Gotham Independent Film Award. Jenny also lent voice performances in animated films such as  The Secret Life of Pets, Zootopia, The Lego Batman Movie.

We at Lessons Learned In Life love to share the Jenny Slate Quotes of Motivation and Inspiration. We compile the Top Inspiring & empowering Jenny Slate Quotes for you to be inspired that will help in your life to boost your confidence.

Jenny Slate Quotes


1.“There are so many different stories. You can choose to tell them, or not, but they certainly have the right to exist.” — Jenny Slate 

2.“Sometimes you watch comedians and feel like they’re jerking off in front of you, but they want you to see how big it is.” — Jenny Slate 

3.“I’m sure that if I had a partner and that partner cheated on me, that I would be devastated if we were in a committed, monogamous relationship. So of course, it’s a devastating thing.” — Jenny Slate 

4.“There are so many things I’d like to do. I’d really like to be in a period piece that takes place in old New York or old Hollywood and wear those costumes and that makeup.” — Jenny Slate 

5.“I don’t try to do anything. I think the moment that I’m like, “Oh, I have to be this way or that way” is the moment that I become sad, or maybe an asshole. So I just try to be myself and put out what is most natural. But I think I am – I mean, I’ve seen a lot, been through a lot. But something remains the sort of naïve within me. And I just try to nurture that.” — Jenny Slate 

6.“I don’t want to grow a thick skin. Some people say, “Oh, you’re an actress, you have to get used to criticism.” But I don’t accept that. I’ll never get used to criticism, and I’ll always care about whether or not people like my performances – because I’m an entertainer, and I want to please.” — Jenny Slate 

7.“I tend to be a bit of a workaholic, but I also can’t function without some sort of domesticity as well.” — Jenny Slate 

8.“I just left wishing that it was longer because I enjoyed it so thoroughly.” — Jenny Slate 

9.“If you make a careless choice, you can really ruin things and it can take a while for them to repair.” — Jenny Slate 

10.“Don’t be snarky, but don’t be saccharine. Don’t pander, but don’t shut people out. Go straight down the line with the performance.” — Jenny Slate 

11.“At the beginning of my career, fresh out of college, I did everything that I could do. And now I’m a little bit more selective. I think that’s sort of a natural process.” — Jenny Slate 

12.“I’d like to be in a female version of The Fugitive. Something where I don’t have to be ripped up like an action star, but be a normal, healthy lady who is framed and on the run. I’d have to run from explosions and punch people in the face but not rappel down a building.” — Jenny Slate 

13.“I guess some people want to be performers because they want to be famous.” — Jenny Slate 

14.“I just want to be able to do something that’s interesting to me.” — Jenny Slate 

15.“I think my comedic style is at once bashful and explosive. It’s a little bit perverted, and a little bit ladylike and old-fashioned, which is a great mix. Sort of tangy.” — Jenny Slate 

16.“Nowadays, performers who want to create their own material put it on the Internet. I never knew whether or not it would make an impression – and frankly, I didn’t care that much about how it would be received.” — Jenny Slate 

17.“I’ve never thought of myself as the person that would happen to. There are a few blogs that I read, but I stay off the Internet for the most part. I really like to just stay in the normal world, the real world.” — Jenny Slate 

18.“There’s a lot of different parts to me, so it makes total sense to me that I would do a big TV show or studio movie and then do a free comedy show the next day. They both feel equally important to me.” — Jenny Slate 

19.“I don’t like feeling hemmed in and I don’t like feeling that I’m repeating myself.” — Jenny Slate 

20.“I just want to work hard. I love that feeling.” — Jenny Slate 

21.“I know that I don’t like being teased.” — Jenny Slate 

22.“If you don’t respect each other and let it lie, it can be embarrassing or really frustrating.” — Jenny Slate 

23.“I learned that I was able to focus on it. I’ve always thought of myself as somebody who is like either it’s there or it isn’t there. I really worked at this, and I focused, and I was able to replace self-doubt with focus. That was something new for me to say self-doubt is there, but it does not need to be in the front row. You can ask it to take a back seat and replace that front row seat with focus.” — Jenny Slate 

24.“I think the reason I like making movies sometimes more than doing TV is that you have one task, you only have a certain amount of time to do it, and then it is done. And I really like focusing on that way.” — Jenny Slate 

25.“Being on “SNL” was a goal that I had when I was younger. When I got fired, I just felt really mad and I felt really grossed out by the system and grossed out by myself and it just sort of knocked me on my ass.” — Jenny Slate 

26.“I really like to cook and have dinner parties and I like to clean, it really clears my head and it makes me feel good to keep my home as a comfortable place.” — Jenny Slate 

27.“I just want to be able to be creative.” — Jenny Slate 

28.“There’s a part of me that would love to be in an action movie where I get to run around and punch people in the face and, whatever, be a murderer, I don’t care!” — Jenny Slate 

29.“I always just wanted to be a movie actress, like Lily Tomlin or Ruth Gordon. I just imagined myself being in a movie, wearing stylish women’s clothing the way I saw Amy Irving wearing it.” — Jenny Slate 

30.“Infidelity is not freedom. It’s a momentary respite from stressors that are going to come back.” — Jenny Slate 

31.“I play a lot of characters where I don’t even speak in my own voice. I learned about focus and I learned to trust that things can work when they’re not heightened and that it’s interesting when things are pared down.” — Jenny Slate 

32.“Although I do stand-up – doing actual stage work is terrifying for me.” — Jenny Slate 

33.“I have no regrets. The best thing to happen to me was for Lorne Michaels to hire me and fire me.” — Jenny Slate 

34.“There was a while when I got a really bad stage fright and I basically felt…I was incredibly angry. I felt like everything had been taken away from me and it was at that point that I realized how much doing stand up reminds me of my self-love and curiosity about myself and the love of other people because I don’t go on stage to dominate.” — Jenny Slate 

35.“I think the main thing that affected my comedy was that my dad slept in a nightgown for most of my childhood. And it was just very funny every single night and made me realize that laughter is fun and nightgowns are cool.” — Jenny Slate 

36.“The thing that bubbles up the most when I’m around other people is that I feel the joy of being alive. But I also am a very sensitive person and have many heavier feelings. It can be tiresome after a while to only do comedy, especially after you grow as a person. It starts to feel like you’re playing an older version of yourself.” — Jenny Slate 

37.“I am a comedian and I started in stand-up when I was 22.” — Jenny Slate 

38.“I’ve only been acting since 2009 and I learn more and more with each job. I think I prepare and I’m very focused and I have a good work ethic that I learned in school.” — Jenny Slate 

39.“I don’t think men have time to be funny because they have to make all of our rules about what we can do with our vaginas.” — Jenny Slate 

40.“I’m competitive and I have a messy purse, but otherwise, I like people to think I’m a winner.” — Jenny Slate 




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