Coming off a successful “Saturday Night Live” hosting stint, Jim Carrey stopped by “The Howard Stern Show” Tuesday morning to promote his upcoming movie “Dumb and Dumber To.” See photos: ‘Saturday Night Live’s’ Not So Colorful Past: A History of Its Diversity To sit on Stern’s couch can often equate to chugging a gallon of truth serum and Carrey was no exception.
While working on the superhero movie “Batman Forever” together, Carrey explained how his co-star Jones told him flat out that he hated him. While out at a restaurant, the comedian, who played the Riddler to Jones’ Two Face, approached Tommy’s table to say hello before production on their film had begun. Carrey was dating Linda Ronstadt while living with his parents.
As far as your personal goals are and what you actually want to do with your life, it should never have to do with the government.
You should never depend on the government for your retirement, your financial security, for anything.
The three-time “SNL” host says spoofing the Matthew Mc Conaughey Lincoln car commercials was his idea. There’s always that thought in the back of your mind,” Carrey told Stern. Carrey went on a vision quest in the Mojave Desert.
Seeking spiritual fulfillment, Carrey attended a vision quest with a Native American tribe in the Mojave desert outside of Tucson, Arizona, that included sweat lodges, fasting for four days and being led up a mountain blindfolded.