Watching David Letterman on TV inspired her to write comedy, and by 1985 she was doing stand up comedy.
As such, Janeane has become a cult figure, giving a voice to a generation, venting her frustration at TV, dating, relationships, life in general and anything that ticks her off in particular.
Janeane did sketches on "The Ben Stiller Show" (1992) (an Emmy winning, but canceled show).
She would continue to collaborate with Ben Stiller in future projects.
Well, for me, it's not one of those "ding-dong, the witch is dead" situations. Imagine coming home to your house and a tornado has gone through it. It could be that if Mc Cain become President, that there will be a lot of work to do.
And you walk around, and all your stuff is broken, and you go, Oh, this sucks, but hey the tornado is gone, so let's party. We're in debt to China, to the banks, to ourselves. In a way, for me, it does not matter whether Mc Cain or Obama wins, because my path is clear. If Barack Obama becomes President, there will be a whole lot of work to do, because maybe there will be some daylight and some more clay with which to work with.
Well, what's there to party with, everything is broken? In either case, I cannot sleep on the job, as far as my country is concerned.
I ask why there's such a desire for me to be gay and they say, 'Because your hair's short, you're in shape, you're hot and you're smart.'"He went on to further explain: "In America it's a put down, like, 'Oh he's such a f**king fairy'.
This is mainly due to the fact that he doesn't think there is anyone as clearly "un-gay" as him.
Formerly of the hard-core punk band Black Flag, Rollins is being repeatedly interviews by homosexual magazines and has thought that his heterosexual relationships should be more than enough explanation as to his sexuality.
January 9th, 2008 Henry Rollins, 46, says he prefers to spend his free time alone.
The former punk legend has said in the past that he doesn’t want children and he has no desire for a wife.