[MUSIC PLAYING] Filming “Dumb and Dumber”
was an amazing three months. The amount of laughter
was ridiculous. There were times that I laughed
so much that my lunch came out of my nose. It was really fun. PHOTOGRAPHER: Both of
you right here, please. To your left. PHOTOGRAPHER: Come over here. I think I was sort of there
for the beginning of all the paparazzi and the
magazines and whatnot, because I was in a
relationship with Jim Carrey. That was really when that
sort of paparazzi culture came about. There was even one night
we realized that there were some paparazzi who
were living in our yard underneath the tennis court
in order to get pictures of us inside the house. It was crazy. [MUSIC PLAYING] The good part– it was
just sort of exciting. And it was a great sort
of ride that I went on. But when it ended, it
was really hard for me. Because first of all,
I was incredibly sad. And I felt like everybody knew. I felt like they felt sorry
for me or something, you know. So that was kind
of a weird thing to play that part out of it,
the ending part, out in public. [PHOTOGRAPHERS SHOUTING]

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Dennis Veasley

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