on jennifire

Actor, Writer, and comedy person

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"No, I’m not all right. I’m hurt. I’m pissed. I’ve gotta find a new job."

Here’s to spicing up your Thursday afternoon with one of my favorite parts from Grosse Pointe Blank.

The only thing missing from this picture are deer antlers to do some praying with. #Deadwood

The only thing missing from this picture are deer antlers to do some praying with. #Deadwood

It’s a dog-eat-dog world.

It’s a dog-eat-dog world.

Just a regular Saturday morning with my bestie.

Just a regular Saturday morning with my bestie.

ONE BIG HAPPY FAMILY

ONE BIG HAPPY FAMILY

I, like absolutely every single other person that I know, have been so deeply saddened by the passing of Robin Williams. He was a treasure. A gift. So extraordinary in his ability to make us feel every range of emotion, because he felt so much in that beautiful heart of his. It hurts to feel so much so deeply, and I’m grateful that he now has peace. I’m sad because, like absolutely every single person that I know, I wanted 63 more years of laughter, tears, and inspiration from this generous, loving, and kind man. 
I’ve been seeking solace in the endless amounts of YouTube content of his comedy, interviews, and improv. I’ve been seeking solace in all the amazing stories of the comedians and improvisors in my life who had such incredible personal experiences with this legendary man. And I’ve been seeking solace in reading articles from the past with his powerful words on life, creativity, and humanity. 
I love this portrait of him, taken by Peggy Sirato for a Parade Magazine article last September, where I found this quote on his writing process and creativity in general. I’m gonna hurry out and go buy myself a pack of “big yellow legal notepads” and enjoy the journey he’s inspired me to take.
“You have to access things that normally you wouldn’t. You find things that you didn’t even know you had, whether it’s the potential for evil, or for great love, or passion that’s so powerful it’s like a force of nature. It’s depleting in the best way possible. It’s almost post-orgasmic. You come out of it drained, going, “Whoa! What was that?” When you really hit it you surprise yourself, and sometimes others.”
All my love to you and yours, Mr. Robin Williams.

I, like absolutely every single other person that I know, have been so deeply saddened by the passing of Robin Williams. He was a treasure. A gift. So extraordinary in his ability to make us feel every range of emotion, because he felt so much in that beautiful heart of his. It hurts to feel so much so deeply, and I’m grateful that he now has peace. I’m sad because, like absolutely every single person that I know, I wanted 63 more years of laughter, tears, and inspiration from this generous, loving, and kind man.

I’ve been seeking solace in the endless amounts of YouTube content of his comedy, interviews, and improv. I’ve been seeking solace in all the amazing stories of the comedians and improvisors in my life who had such incredible personal experiences with this legendary man. And I’ve been seeking solace in reading articles from the past with his powerful words on life, creativity, and humanity.

I love this portrait of him, taken by Peggy Sirato for a Parade Magazine article last September, where I found this quote on his writing process and creativity in general. I’m gonna hurry out and go buy myself a pack of “big yellow legal notepads” and enjoy the journey he’s inspired me to take.


You have to access things that normally you wouldn’t. You find things that you didn’t even know you had, whether it’s the potential for evil, or for great love, or passion that’s so powerful it’s like a force of nature. It’s depleting in the best way possible. It’s almost post-orgasmic. You come out of it drained, going, “Whoa! What was that?” When you really hit it you surprise yourself, and sometimes others.”

All my love to you and yours, Mr. Robin Williams.

Pretty city.

Pretty city.

This adorable puppy needs a home. Please adopt him. I promise to hold him 90% of the time.

This adorable puppy needs a home. Please adopt him. I promise to hold him 90% of the time.

It took me an unreasonable amount of time to realize the man sitting was a fake.

It took me an unreasonable amount of time to realize the man sitting was a fake.

Either someone had a great time last night or this is a really uncomfortable brassiere.

Either someone had a great time last night or this is a really uncomfortable brassiere.

"How can you trust a man who wears both a belt and suspenders?"

"How can you trust a man who wears both a belt and suspenders?"

The perfect beast.

The perfect beast.

Strangers On A Train. Platform.

Strangers On A Train. Platform.

Los Angeles

Los Angeles

Happy 4th of July from Bruce and I. 💪🗽🇺🇸

Happy 4th of July from Bruce and I. 💪🗽🇺🇸