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I think I have a problem. I’m incredibly open about myself.
I went to a Jewish primary school and all my parents‘ friends were Jewish.
I can’t really do characters. I don’t do voices.
My theory as to why I first became a comedian is that my mother was always keenest on my younger brother, Dan. It doesn’t bother me now, but it did then and the way I compensated for that was to publicise myself as myself – to tell people who I was in 100 per cent detail, going into every crevice of my life.
My contention is even people who are living without social media are not just aware of it, they are affected by it.
Without wishing to sound pretentious, my basic standard of happiness is to do with being who I am.
When I was growing up I don’t think Muslims and Jews were considered to be opposites.
I have an issue with classical music.
I am someone who is going to say what I want to say.
I feel uncomfortable if I’m not my self in any situation.
I like trolls. Some trolling I find very entertaining. The sheer abuse can be hilarious, and so random and absurd.
I remember watching an episode of ‘Seinfeld‘ in which George can’t understand why security guards can’t sit down. He gets obsessed with it and eventually buys a chair for a security guard who sits down and goes to sleep. The shop gets robbed. That’s a brilliant extrapolation of what is essentially observational comedy.
An academic is what I would have been if I hadn’t been successful as a comedian. I’ve never had a proper job.
Everything I do is storytelling; storytelling is about curiosity.