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Paul Lynde
June 13, 1926 - January 10, 1982
Nationality: American
Category: Comedian
Subcategory: American Comedian

An actor shouldn't undergo psychoanalysis, because there are a lot of things you're better off not knowing.


The doctor's name was Sylvia. I told her she'd have a problem with me because Sylvia was my mother's name.


I may find something that looks interesting and then go on to alter the recipe by adding spices, things of my own. I also look for time-saving recipes, dishes that can be prepared ahead and stored.


My table seats eight, so that's my maximum. Having a small number of guests is the only way to generate good conversation. Besides, your whole house doesn't get wrecked that way.


The whole romantic part of my life was a wipeout. I didn't even own a belt.


I have an ulcer. It has an IQ of 185.


I laughed all the way through Love Story.


I think basically an actor is a salesman.


A closet full of wire hangers can be the most dangerous place in the world.


My dad was a ham, too. He could sell those women anything. Of all his sons, I was the only one he could trust to sell as well as he could. I was proud of that.


Someday I'm going to go onstage in a dress if I want to.


I'm Liberace without a piano.


I wish I had the nerve not to tip.


My father was adamant in his disapproval of my interest in show business.


I don't always prepare such rich meals. Sometimes I'll just serve a simple quiche, salad and dessert for dinner. During the week I try to eat lightly.


The dining room in my old house was truly magnificent, but by far the worst room for conversation. I'd get up from the table, a very long table, and somebody would always say, Paul, I never got to talk to you.


If I'm not working, I don't know what to do.


I sang in the choir for years, even though my family belonged to another church.


Comedy is exaggerated realism. It can be stretched to the almost ludicrous, but it must always be believable.


My sisters said, Why do you make those faces? You make yourself so ugly.


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