Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Cristin Milioti Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
I’ve never seen ‘Mad Men.’
I used to have a lot of recurring dreams about Captain Hook when I was a little kid, which I remember very vividly. But I think I just really liked Peter Pan a lot, and ‘Hook’ was my favorite movie.
I’ve never been able to keep track of an umbrella, but then my dad gave me this fancy umbrella. It was in his car, and I had again lost some awful Duane Reade disaster umbrella. It was my first adult umbrella that wasn’t from a drugstore, and I have left it all over New York, and every time, I went back to get it.
I’ve always lived in New York; I never moved to L.A. I was developing and producing and writing a pilot for a year. That took me out of everything for over a year. When that sadly didn’t go forward, I shot ‘Black Mirror’ right after that.
’30 Rock’ is my favorite TV show and Tina Fey is one of my heroes. She was a dream to work with and the whole cast was just absolutely lovely.
I knew a lot about the Coen Brothers by the time I was 12 or 13.
I’m only on Instagram, and it’s under a ridiculous name, and I’m friends with, like, five people, all of whom I’ve had dinner with.
I’ve always tried to have a pretty discerning eye with the roles that I’ve picked, which is maybe why it seems like I take breaks, but really, they’re not breaks. It’s just that there’s not as much out there as one would hope. I’m lucky enough to be able to be choosy sometimes.
So many people I know are like, ‘Nobody listens to Mumford and Sons anymore.’ But you know what? I love Mumford and Sons. And I will listen to those albums, and I love ’em.
I did not have a very in-depth knowledge of ‘Star Trek’. I’d seen a couple of the vintage episodes. I knew just about as much as anyone on the street.
I think one of the funniest things about ’30 Rock’ is that Liz Lemon is sort of like Buster Keaton – she’s always the fool, the joke is always on her.
I wasn’t a very good student. I prefer to learn by experience.
It’s weird because I once lost a job because I had a chemistry read with the lead actor, and I could tell we had negative chemistry. He was very lovely, but you could tell. We had the chemistry of two chairs.
On my first date, my boyfriend asked me if I wanted to eat a la carte, and I said that I would prefer to stay inside!
A relationship is just a giant grey thing. Just beautiful and also frustrating. And it involves everything.
I grew up with a piano, and my aunt taught me chords. I played with bands in high school and I could do like, C chord, G chord, D chord; really simple, rhythm piano.
This is a public statement: I’m in favor of mixtapes.
I’ve auditioned for musicals a lot, but I think my voice didn’t really match what they were looking for. I went to school for musical theater for a year and dropped out. Legit musicals are not quite my forte.
What I love about the Coen brothers – what everyone loves – is that they sort of toe the line of a truly dark comedy.
I love a band that has a banjo, that does group harmonies and yells out the word ‘Hey’ or ‘Woo.’ I live for it.
In college, my voice never quite fit the classic ones like ‘Music Man’ or ‘Carousel’.
‘Callister’ is feature-length, and it’s one of the coolest things I’ve ever been asked to be a part of. It’s poignant and moving and thrilling. If this was one movie, it would be an accomplishment, and they make six of them.
I got my first kiss while watching ‘Titanic’, oddly enough, so I think I was more focused on that than the actual movie.
I would love to hang out with Whoopi Goldberg. I was on ‘The View’ once, and I didn’t know how to make an in there, to be like, ‘What are you doing later?’ But I really love Whoopi Goldberg.
It’s not often that a strong female role comes across one’s desk, unfortunately, but it’s getting better.