|Born||Kathy Ann Najimy
February 6, 1957
San Diego, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||Dan Finnerty (m. 1995)|
I've learned that a family can have little glitches without being labeled dysfunctional.
Who'd ever have thought that I'd be the face or the body of any kind of exercise at all.
When you're not blond and thin, you come up with a personality real quick.
I'd hesitated to have a wedding because my gay and lesbian friends don't have that right.
It really depends, but, generally speaking, just because of the mechanics of it, voice-over is easier because there is no hair, no makeup, no wardrobe, no fittings, no line memorizing. You don't have to me woken up in Russia at 6 in the morning and go film a scene. It's just easier on the body, the family life to do voice-overs.
When I was heavier, I danced and I jumped out of planes. I've always rejected the idea that there's a certain look or size that makes it acceptable to live life.
I always laugh and say, 'Dudes, if I have to choose, I'm a political person first. I would never do another movie again and be completely happy.' I need to say how I feel.
First and foremost, I'm a feminist. And basically that stems from a strong belief that all people and creatures deserve equal opportunity, rights and respect.
I believe that we all have the potential to love any human being, and that just love who you wish and celebrate it the best you can.
There was a time when I was 312 pounds. And I've been all different weights.
I recently lost 50 pounds. I'm hovering on the cusp of a size eight, which seems unbelievable.
It's a sad day when a cartoon is doing more and cares more and pays more attention to the environment than our president.
I believe that we all have the potential to love any human being, and that genetics, upbringing, choice, social conditioning and environment play a major part in which way we sway.