Anybody can be going from being broke to being wealthy, as I did.
I don't want to talk about myself, that's for other people to say, so I'm not saying I was so talented.
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The whole – it’s the economy’s bad. It’s bad for everybody. I have my own comedy club. I opened it three years ago in a horrible economy. I created jobs. And we just started breaking even after a year and a half, barely. For that entire time, I have had to pay the difference of what we owe in rent and taxes and everything out of my own pocket.
|Birth:||21st July, 1957|
Jonathan Michael Lovitz was born in Tarzana, Los Angeles, California, USA. He is an American comedian and actor. He is best known as a cast member of Saturday Night Live from 1985 to 1990. He studied at the University of California, Irvine. In 2003, he began his stand-up career at the Laugh Factory in Los Angeles. His role in several films include: Last Resort, Three Amigos, The Brave Little Toaster (only voice), My Stepmother Is an Alien, Mr. Destiny, A League of Their Own, Trapped in Paradise, High School High, Sand, Rat Race, The Stepford Wives, The Producers, The Benchwarmers, Southland Tales, Jewtopia, The Ridiculous 6, and Mother's Day. His role in television include: Foley Square (TV series), The Critic (animated series, only voice), and Mr. Box Office (Sitcom).
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