Funny Business with Vince Vaughn

Stefan Doyno
Katie's Take

Funnyman Vince Vaughn stopped by Katie to talk about his new movie “Delivery Man” and how he decided to go into the comedy business.

“When did you realize, Vince, that you are funny?” Katie asked.

“For me, I think my parents always had a sense of humor about life. I just always liked to laugh and also I wasn’t very good in school,” Vince admits, “so I figured if I could make jokes, I could distract everyone for how bad I am at the chalkboard.”

Vince is a towering 6 feet 5 inches: “I was one of those kids who was average height and couldn’t control his body one summer.”

“You are known for being a part of this Frat Pack,” Katie noted. It's a group of actors who appear in each other's movies (Will Ferrell, the Wilson Brothers, etc.).

“Do you guys hang out together and have playdates?” Katie asked.

Vince says he does see cast members occasionally, but it’s difficult with busy filming schedules and family life.

“Sometimes I see people. Usually you’re working and you have your families and you’re filming in different locations and you don’t have a lot of time,” he said.

Since his new movie “Delivery Man” tells the story of a man who fathers 553 children after an anonymous donation to a fertility clinic 20 years prior, Katie has a gift for Vince.