Rhea at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con International
|Born||Caroline Gilchrist Rhea
April 13, 1964
Westmount, Quebec, Canada
|Occupation||Comedian, actress, model, voice Actress|
|Partner(s)||Costaki Economopoulos (2007â€“2010)|
I remember I was so crabby in my third trimester – I got gestational diabetes because I'd been acting like I was in a one-woman pie-eating contest.
Don't compare yourself with someone else's version of happy or thin. Accepting yourself burns the most calories.
I'm very impressed by St. Patrick's. Another deity to me is definitely Saks Fifth Avenue. Someone told me that when they go to Vermont, they feel like they're home. I'm that way at Saks.
Being in therapy is great. I spend an hour just talking about myself. It's kinda like being the guy on a date.
As a kid, I always wanted to be Carol Burnett or Johnny Carson. I love to chat and entertain.
I always like to think I'm having a dinner party, and I'm the host, and the audience are my guests.
I always wanted to film 'Biggest Loser' in Hawaii. We could call it, 'Come on I wanna weigh you.'
I've got big feet, so filling someone else's big shoes doesn't scare me.
It's so easy to judge everybody and for some reason extra weight is the one thing everything feels OK to joke about.
You can't get any braver than going on national television to be weighed.
I was just the youngest in the family, and most in desperate need of attention.
Someone told me that when they go to Vermont, they feel like they're home. I'm that way at Saks.
Sitting next to Olivia Newton-John, I was like, 'Do not sing one song from Grease.' That's all I was telling my brain at all times: 'Do not sing Hopelessly Devoted. Don't do it.'
I'd like a pop-up magazine with 45 articles on Russell Crowe. I'm like a teenager. I'd have 'Teen Beat' if I could, for grown-ups.
I guess I feel like somebody flipped a switch, and the whole world is in Technicolor now.
My daughter is exceptionally chatty. I'm not a braggy mother but she is gifted – with the personality of a Russian gymnastics coach.
Hello? Three words: Benicio Del Toro, which, incidentally, is Spanish for 'he wants me.' It is just ridiculous how hot he is. I feel the same way about Benicio as I did when I was a kid lusting after David Cassidy.