My road in life has been direct.
Turned 30 while she was bartending in Los Angeles; had no agent, no jobs; knew she had to get serious ASAP or move back to Florida.
Decided "I'd rather die trying"; she'd wanted to be an actress her whole life, this was the time and place.
Says she learned to live with disappointment; got rejected at audition after audition.
Started performing at Groundlings, an improv club; impressed a producer with one of her skits.
She was so convinced that she wouldn't get the "Curb Your Enthusiasm" job that she wasn't even nervous.
Hit it off with Larry David immediately; was told she had the job that very same day; show turned out to be her "big break."
Still has moments-meeting Robin Williams, for example-where she realizes all of her struggles were "all worth it."
Says "you have to be okay with failing," because the worst thing you can do is be paralyzed by your fears.
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