Sarah Silverman: 'Heels Put Me In A Bad Mood'

07/10/2010 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

EVEN with the Red Sox beanie pulled over the trademark mane of black hair, it's not hard to spot Sarah Silverman in the lobby at the Bowery Hotel: she's the grown woman dressed like a 14-year-old boy. Promoting her new memoir, "The Bedwetter" -- which was No. 9 last week on The New York Times nonfiction hardcover list -- Ms. Silverman saunters toward me in an American Apparel sweatshirt, Free City sweats, and worn Adidas. "In 18 months of working with her, I don't think I ever saw Sarah in a shirt that didn't have a number on it," says David Hirshey, her editor at HarperCollins, which paid $2.5 million for her book. "She dresses as if she's always ready for a touch football game."

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