When you are presenting your ideas, you don’t have to sublimate your personality. It may be your most important asset.
Seth Rogen, a comedic actor, made this point abundantly clear in his testimony to a Senate committee looking into Alzheimer’s Research. Rogen has first-hand experience with the disease. Alzheimer’s struck his mother-in-law while she was in her fifties, and has started a foundation, Hilarity for Charity, to raise awareness and offer to support to sufferers and their families.