Here, we’ve compiled a list of the best Randy Rainbow Quotes. Let’s look at these pieces of wisdom. We definitely have something to learn from them!
Comedy is able to point out things in ways that more serious people cannot.
I have parents coming to the live show saying that they watch my videos with their kids. I have teachers saying they have used the videos with their students.
I’m not a disciplined person.
The best comedy is truthful. So if you say something in a way that is amusing, but is rooted in truth, you can get away with it.
I think that I did inherit a very expressive face from my mother and my grandmother.
I always wanted to tour with a band.
I came out when I was like 17.
I mean, musical theater really informed so much of my life. It just so perfectly brings order to chaos, which is why we love theater.
My father was a textbook narcissist. If he didn’t like the narrative he’d start gaslighting you. He threatened the democracy of our family.
I don’t have a passion for politics, but I do have a passion for truth and justice.
I would love to be on a sitcom or on Broadway.
I love Mayor Pete. I’ve always liked Joe Biden. I like Elizabeth Warren.
Going after people for their politics is not necessarily what I do.
I got a fan letter from Hillary Clinton, which was insane.
It wasn’t until I moved to New York that I started actually leaving the house and doing things. You know, I was a typical theater nerd.
TV, that’s the ultimate goal. I hope to bring what I am doing now to a weekly television format.
I think I became a gay comedian out of necessity, because what else am I gonna do with that name? And it has worked out now, but it was a very difficult childhood. It sounds like the hokiest stage name ever.
I don’t like gyms, but I try to get my heart rate up once a day. I don’t do long workouts because it’s boring.
There’s not one Yiddish word that is not perfectly funny.
It’s amazing that my career took off from my living room. It’s an amazing time when everyone has a platform and everyone has the ability to get where they’re going without the middle-man.
I mean, I’m from the Joan Rivers, Don Rickles kind of old-school comedy in that nothing is off the table, certainly not in politics. So, I think if you can find something to laugh at, that’s got people kind of on edge, or, you know, stressed out, I think you gotta go for it.
My family is very New Yorker.
I always considered song parody kind of cheap.
As far as inspiration, the most I got from YouTube was that I’m kind of self-taught by watching YouTube tutorials on how to use Adobe After Effects and Final Cut Pro. I just taught myself enough to produce the content that I had in my head.
Whatever is going on in the news and whoever is in the spotlight is up for grabs and fodder for satire.
I really spent most of my childhood in my bedroom watching Barbra Streisand movies and musicals and making videos. That was kind of where it all started for me. I would go to the beach occasionally.
There’s something really powerful about comedy. When the little guy, the comedian, punches up towards the big guy, or Trump, exposing him, calling out the emperor for having no clothes, that’s really important.
I have to follow my instincts when I get an idea like ‘Desperate Cheeto.’
My mother, she wanted the gayest child… and she got it.
I used to take my little Disney figurines and turn them into stop-motion animation.
As long as there are headlines I’ll have material.
Making Internet content is very isolating.
My father was always in bands. He played drums and could sing. And my grandfather was a band leader.
My father was Donald Trump in many ways. His narcissism. I grew up with that generation of guys from New York, a generation of New York phony snake-oil-salesmen kind of energy.
I was never really a traveler.
If you think about it, it’s the worst stage name that anybody can possibly think of, because it sounds ridiculous, but it’s my real name.
It’s a great thing about this Internet thing we’ve got going. I have the luxury of not going through filters or network execs to do my art.
I don’t sleep too late.
I was always interested in comedy and pop culture.
I did have a thing for mazes. When I was a kid, I remember drawing little mazes constantly and puzzles. I loved that.
Music in general, but really musical theater has always been a real coping mechanism for me.
I had a quick family. Very witty. I learned my rhythm from that.
I did a lot of children’s theater in Miami Shores. My base musical theater training happened there.
Comedy is math, music is math, and editing is, so I think those all work together.
I like the idea of sort of being able to stick a pin in something and deflate it with humor and just get a laugh, otherwise we’ll cry.