Top 66 Class Clown Quotes

We have collected the best Class Clown Quotes by famous authors including Michael Keaton, Nathan Fillion, Pete Davidson, Janeane Garofalo, Sofia Vergara and many others, we hope that among them you will find the right thought.

David Letterman used to say, 'I wasn't the class clown,
David Letterman used to say, ‘I wasn’t the class clown, but I wrote for him,’ and that’s exactly it. You want to be known to be funny without having it pointed out.

Michael Keaton
I was shy. I was painfully shy, until fifth grade when I transferred to another school and befriended the class clown. And one day he was sick and I kinda stepped in for the class clown and I said, ‘Wow, this is exciting, I’m a little bit nervous.’

Nathan Fillion
I was the class clown in high school, but I always took it too far, so nobody liked me. I was annoying. Like, I would get a laugh and then keep going and keep going.

Pete Davidson
I actually was class clown, but I don’t know how that happened because I’ve never been considered an outwardly funny person.

Janeane Garofalo
You know, I was the class clown in Catholic school, but I never thought I would make a living out of it!

Sofia Vergara
I was a class clown. I realized early on feeling very comfortable in front of people.

Rocky Carroll
Back then I was called Dumbo because of my ears. I was called Fatty, too. It was hurtful so I became like the class clown. I became the one who was kicked around.

Britt Ekland
I was always a class clown, so I never had trouble fitting in; I just had trouble finding out where I really wanted to be.

Logan Henderson
I used to be the class clown. I was the funny kid. That’s why it was so hard for people to understand that I rap, because for a long time, they didn’t take me seriously for who I was. By, like, eighth grade, I was really rapping.

Chance The Rapper
I was never the class clown, and I’ve no idea where the comedy came from.

Jasper Carrott
I’ve said this before, that, when you’re in school and you’re the class clown, men are really good at making fun at other people and women are really good at making fun of themselves.

Amy Poehler
I wasn’t a class clown, I just found at an early age that I was able to make people laugh. So I mostly wrote funny stuff instead of writing what I was supposed to be writing.

Alan Zweibel
I had ADD as a kid and often acted as the class clown. My teachers used to tell my mom, ‘Raphael thinks he’s a real comedian.’

Raphael Bob-Waksberg
I tick that cliched box of being the class clown. I’ve always done impressions and characters, so I’m very lucky that I get to do that as a career now.

Kayvan Novak
I was named Class Clown in the high school yearbook, so I was always turning to comedy and laughter to heal and to get me through things.

Guillermo Diaz
I was just a quiet kid, really. I wasn’t the class clown at all.

Greg Kinnear
I had a fifth grade teacher who, as a very small way of trying to contain my class clown energy, gave me 10 minutes at the end of class every Friday to present whatever I wanted. A lot of the time, I did an Andy Rooney impression. I would sit at her desk, empty it, and just comment on what was in there.

Andy Daly
I was the class clown in school, and I was also a child actor – not on television, but in the theatre.

Dean Haglund
I used to do stuff at college. I could do voices. I could make some people laugh. I wasn’t the class clown, but I knew I had this skill.

Steve Coogan
The thing I gravitated to was being the class clown. It was very competitive.

John Leguizamo
I was always the class clown and got kicked out of class at least once a day for just being a goofball. Not suspended or anything, just sit outside and look at the tree on the bench. I got benched a lot. You keep one foot on the bench and try to get as far away as possible.

Damon Wayans, Jr.
I was always the class clown; I made my family laugh, and that was when I was always happiest. I grew up listening to stand-up comedians’ albums and watching them on TV, on ‘The Tonight Show’ and Letterman.

Sarah Silverman
When I got nominated class clown in school, I remember my mom said, ‘Don’t be no clown.’ So I went to my vice principal in my school and said, ‘Can we change this to just the funniest?’

Jermaine Fowler
I went from being the shy weirdo to the class clown in a couple of years.

Thomas Middleditch
I’m not quiet, nor am I the class clown. I pick my moments.

Thomas Gibson
George Carlin’s album, ‘Class Clown,’ came out when I was in high school. I memorized a lot of that album. I’d come home from school, put it on, and listen over and over. I started memorizing it. I don’t even know why. I loved it so much I memorized it.

Steven Wright
I was certainly not a class clown; I confused and angered a lot of people with my sense of humor.

Katherine Ryan
I was a class clown since second grade.

Eric Andre
My son has been a class clown and it sort of ran in the family.

Robert Klein
I was a class clown; the nuns didn’t like that.

Bobby Cannavale
I’m the smart aleck. The class clown. I’m the guy who does the song nobody expects.

Brad Paisley
I made a living out of being a class clown.

Shannon Hoon
I was a timid little guy when I was a kid. I used humor as a defense; I became the class clown. But deep inside, I felt real vulnerable.

Mike Huckabee
Nobody has proved quite as adept as laughing at himself as former President George W. Bush, who willingly conceded to being a class clown, even as a candidate in 1999.

Alex Wagner
I was never the class clown or anything like that. When I was growing up and doing theatre in Seattle I was always doing very dramatic work. Now I can’t get a dramatic role to save my life!

Anna Faris
I spent most of my days in school being a class clown. I never shut up. By the time I was in middle school, I had myself a personal aide.

Enzo Amore
I would like to do comedy. I can be a bit of a Jim Carrey. I was always the class clown.

Jacqueline MacInnes Wood
I was a class clown.

Robert Klein
The stand up, everything was accidental. I never grew up and was the class clown and had to get the attention. It was – it really is, I have a career despite myself.

Ellen DeGeneres
Making my class laugh and getting in trouble. I was the class clown.

R. L. Stine
The Ricky that the public see, whether it be on screen as a character, in public, or on social media, is very outgoing, and I’m a bit of a class clown. Then those who are closest to me know that I can be very sensitive. I can be quite insecure about myself.

Ricky Whittle
I was never the class clown or put on shows at home. I never thought of acting as something I could do with my life. When I was a kid, I used to run around wrapped in toilet paper so I could be the Mummy. But that wasn’t a sign that I was dreaming of being an actor. I was just an odd child.

Paul Giamatti
My father passed away when I was 12, so it was very difficult. But I was always the class clown. I don’t know why – maybe as an escape. But then I was sent away to military prep school.

Fred Willard
I used to love being the class clown. I loved to make jokes and make people laugh. There was a set of students who would find it funny. But the cool students were like, ‘Eeew!’

Issa Rae
I was this kid who never sat down. Nobody liked me? Well, I’d make sure they’d like me. I was the class clown, always doing crazy stuff and causing riots.

Bas Rutten
My friends and I were the class clowns in high school, so one day we were showing off at our seats, and I fell off my chair! I had to get stitches, and I had a bloody lip. I was trying so hard to be a cool class clown!

Prince Royce
I was a class clown.

Colin Quinn
I’d never been the class clown and comedy was not a fulfilment of a dream.

Sean Lock
I was the class clown, you know, that kind of thing, and I gathered around me a group of guys who also were silly. I was in all the plays and everything. But I don’t know, at that time show businesses looked like the moon, you know, it was so far away. I wanted to be a radio announcer.

Dick Van Dyke
I created ‘Captain Underpants’ when I was in the second grade. I was constantly getting in trouble for being the class clown, so my teacher sent me out into the hallway to punish me. It was there in the hall that I began drawing ‘Captain Underpants’. Soon I was making my own comic books about him.

Dav Pilkey
I remember, as a child, loving it when my mom laughed, but I was definitely not a class clown.

Brooke Nevin
Even at Westchester High in West LA, I was class clown.

Phil Hartman
I was a class clown, never got good grades.

I think I always was a bit of a class clown, but I don’t know how successful I was at that. I always think, when I read about people being class clowns, I imagine them being actually very funny, and I don’t know that I was. But I tried to be, I think.

Chris Parnell
I was the class clown when I was a little young mustache.

I was a class clown, but I’m not a bully.

Kevin Dillon
My career actually started in the second grade as class clown. That’s no joke. I was always making people laugh, and it was really to mask a learning disability… When it came time for me to read out loud, I would crack jokes or create a diversion.

Ian Ziering
People are always saying that I must have been the class clown, with all these voices. No, I was way too shy to be the class clown; I was a class clown’s writer.

Tom Kenny
I was always the class clown.

Kel Mitchell
I was the class podiatrist. I never made it to class clown. I wasn’t funny enough. I would examine feet and prescribe and ointment. It was a sad childhood.

Gilbert Gottfried
My school was really small, but I was called the Class Clown!

Serena Williams
I think I was always a class clown growing up and a funny kid. I never really knew how to channel that until I got into high school.

Lauren Lapkus
I was like the class clown in school so I guess I would say I did like the attention. In church I did a lot of plays, my mother made me play characters, do a lot of drama and acting, trying to become someone else. So it helped me create who I am, to create Snoop Dogg.

Snoop Dogg
I guess I was the class clown – with a name like Albert Einstein, you don’t hide in the back. I’d read the school bulletin to the class, and I’d add activities and make stuff up. It was good, a good 10 minutes every morning.

Albert Brooks
My friends always said that I should be a comedienne – I was named my class clown.

Sally Kellerman
I was always the class clown. I was always the funny one.

Leslie Jordan