The 46-year-old comedian revealed his confidence took a hit after losing his radio career ‘about three years ago’.
‘For 20 years, I worked in radio, and I was phenomenally successful. I had a number one radio program, getting massive ratings, earning a lot of money. It was a really, really good time. And it ended,’ he reflected.
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‘You do something like radio for 20 years nonstop. You get used to a certain way of doing things, and then when you’re out of it for a little while, it’s exciting and then it’s kind of cool and it’s a release.
‘But then all of a sudden, there was a period where I just didn’t have a lot…