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Catherine O’Hara inherited her humour from her family

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Award-winning actress Catherine O’Hara thinks she’s inherited her sense of humour from her family. The actress told Reader’s Digest magazine: “It was just a given in our family. Both my parents, God bless them, are gone but they were both really, really funny.” “Mum raised seven kids, then she went into real estate, and at dinner, she would impersonate the people that she met that day. And my dad worked on the Canadian Pacific Railway and was such a joke teller that he would get into trouble for laughing too much at work.” “Being funny was a way to get attention at the table but I’m not sure we even thought of it like that. ” The Home Alone star observed that there’s a “sweetness” and an “edge” to her own sense of humour. (IANS)

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