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If there’s one thing Tiffany Haddish has learned about herself since putting down the booze, it’s that she is too nice for her own liking.

“I’ve learned that I’ve been too damn nice,” she told People at the 3rd annual Friendly House Comedy Fundraiser on Sunday. “I’ve been way too nice over the years.”

“I think people think … Because when you drink, there’s no filter,” she continued, noting it works the opposite way for her. “But when I drank, there was a filter, okay? Because I would think really mean things, and want to say really mean things, but I just told myself not to say them.”

Her sobriety, Tiffany adds, has helped her become a little more honest in her comedy.

“If I think it, I say it. That filter is gone,” she continues. “‘Oh, don’t say nothing because you got alcohol in you and you might say something mean.’ Now I’m like, ‘Oh, I’m sober, and this is what I really feel, so I’m going to say it.’ Because it needs to be said.”

Haddish was arrested in Beverly Hills and charged with a DUI in November. She was previously hit with a DUI charge in January 2022, but the charges were dropped.

She says throughout her sobriety journey she’s had to rely on herself.

“Yeah … I don’t trust nobody. It’s been me. I’ve been leaning on me. I stopped leaning on other people. And I started leaning on me more,” she says, noting it allows her to make better decisions — and better friends.

“You remember everything, and you have more fun, and you make more friends when you’re sober,” she tells People. “But then you make the right friends.”

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The annual CinemaCon is underway in Las Vegas and will run through April 11, when Geena Davis will receive the Viola Davis Trailblazer Award during the annual industry expo’s Big Screen Achievement Awards.

“Geena Davis exemplifies the true essence of a trailblazer in Hollywood for not only her remarkable film career, but also in her tireless advocacy championing underrepresented voices in film and other forms of media,” said Mitch Neuhauser, managing director of CinemaCon, adding, “We could not be more honored to present her with the second ever Viola Davis Trailblazer Award.”

The Oscar-winning actress’ film credits include Thelma & Louise, Tootsie, The Fly, Beetlejuice, The Long Kiss Goodnight and Stuart Little.

Other honorees that evening will include Geena’s fellow Oscar winner Lupita Nyong’o (Star of the Year); Emmy winner Amy Poehler (CinemaCon Vanguard Award); Deadpool & Wolverine‘s Shawn Levy (Director of the Year); Stranger ThingsJoseph Quinn (Breakthrough Performer of the Year); Dan Stevens (Award of Excellence in Acting); Barbie‘s Ariana Greenblatt (Rising Star of 2024), and Dennis Quaid (Cinema Icon Award).

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