Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Wood Draws Fey/Sedaris Parallel

Admission: I love the word "parallel". I especially enjoy that double "L" before a single "L" thing.

Now, to the story. More specifically, to a Heather Wood story at the Huffington Post in which she advises studio and network heads on preferred means of vaulting a few of her favorite women comedians/actresses to superstar status.

Among her favorites is Amy Sedaris (who I also think is a real talent). Anyway, Wood makes an interesting comparison between Amy and Tina Fey. Here's the remark:

"Amy Sedaris is Tina Fey... on crystal meth. She's got the same pleasant good-looks, same wicked sense of humor, same Second City credentials, but when it comes to performing, Sedaris prefers to go as far as taste and the FCC will allow."

I never really thought about comparing the two, but she makes a good point. The full post is an entertaining diversion. Check it out.

plus they are both Greek.
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