Jim Carrey is making headlines with his online love letter to Emma Stone, and we were with the rubber-faced funnyman all the way back in 1983, when he was just getting notice for his "man of a thousand faces" stand-up act and role as an animator on the short-lived sitcom The Duck Factory.
Asked about the possibilities of achieving serious fame, he humbly replied, "As far as being nervous about making it or anything like that, I'm having a real good time and I'm just plugging along, and I think it can happen if you're just not taking it too seriously. If your failures won't kill you, it'll happen."
Watch the video for his incredible impressions of Jack Nicholson, James Dean, E.T. the Extraterrestrial and more!