Amy Schumer may have grown up on Long Island, but she never lost her love of NYC.
The "Inside Amy Schumer" comedian and author of "The Girl with the Lower Back Tattoo" loves to poke fun at her relationship with her favorite city in comedy sketches. She even set her 2015 film "Trainwreck" in the city where "Woody Allen met Soon-Yi."
She has lived pretty much all over Manhattan (downtown in Chinatown, uptown on the Upper East (and West) Side and even in Brooklyn, for a bit.
Take a look at all of the places the comedian has called home over the years, and a few spots that she's said she loves.
Upper East Side
Amy Schumer's love of NYC began on June 1, 1981. The comedian's first sights and smells of the world were on the Upper East Side, where she lived with her dad, Gordon Schumer, mom, Sandra, older brother, Jason, and younger sister, Kim. The Cheerios-loving youngster lived there until she was 12 years old.
Schumer recalls a life on the UES: "I felt more like 'Eloise,' the children's book character who grew up at the Plaza hotel playing with her doormen and living a very privileged life," she wrote in a guest post on Brick Underground in January 2011.
Trouble followed Schumer to Rockville Centre's Central Synagogue, where she attended Hebrew school in the late '90s. Her rabbi, Jeffrey Salkin, wrote about his experiences with Schumer in a post for Religion News Service in July 2015, calling her a rebel who sat in the back of the classroom cracking jokes. She "was a religious school cutup," he wrote.