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"Man up and add a tux to your wardrobe. Just find one you like and get it well-tailored to your own measurements."

Paul Feig

Born: September 17, 1962

Occupation: Actor

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I have an inability to enjoy things, but that's why we're in comedy. If we were happy, we wouldn't be funny, I guess.

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