"Oh my god. Forgive me, I become a high-pitched Rain Man in situations like this. My goodness. Thank you so much. There’s no way that I deserve this any more than the actors in this category, most of whom I’ve been paid to make out with at one point. Thank you so much to everyone who voted for me. You guys have spoiled me with awards, and you followed me on Twitter, you followed me into bookstores, and to film festivals, and even into public bathrooms on occasion, which we can talk about later. But, you guys have always supported me, so thank you so much. And thank you for always drawing abs on me when you draw me naked. Thank you."
— Chris Colfer win the PCA for Favorite Comedic TV Actor (via jenndesq
“I think I just want to leave my mark in some way. I hope I leave the world a better place than it was when I came, and I think the best way I can do that is through acting and writing, and hopefully it will make a difference someday.”
"Her character, however, the iconic Sue Sylvester, is possibly the most demeaning, verbally abusive and awful human being to ever appear on our television sets. Which is so ironic, since Jane improvises all of her lines. So now my fellow cast mates and I would like to delight you, Sue, or Jane, with some of your most profound things that our characters have heard coming from your massive, twisted potty mouth. Over the course of the last four years, I’ve gotten to come to work every day and have you look at me and call me the following: Porcelain, Gay Kid, Eddie Munster, Tickle-me Dough-face and Twinkle Tush.
Frankly, I’m proud of that last one. And once she said to me, “though your flamboyance offends me, sometimes your face reminds me of one of those puppets they use in the library to teach kids about kidnappers.” Thank you, Jane. I love you, too."
— Chris Colfer, honoring Jane Lynch at Trevor Live 2013
"Amber will look amazing with that trophy."
"The first to die has the least amount of running to do and the least amount of lines to learn, but you still get paid…but I think I’d want to be the main character’s parent. The kid is like, ‘Mom, Dad, there’s a killer!’ and they’re like, ‘Yeah, right,’ but nothing ever happens to them. I’m not a fan of horror movies, I don’t do suspense well!"
— Chris Colfer, on which character he’d like to play in a horror movie/show [BLISS