Bit of context (How I remember this story being told):
Orson Welles is one of my favorite, if not my favorite Film Directors of all time. I can only dream to become as successful as he was.
Anyway, he had a show one night at a theatre. Everyone's been talking about it, tickets were sold out, it was expected to be a success. However, as fate would have it, a massive storm broke out. This resulted in a large number of people not being able to make the trip to the show. Welles, being a showman, decided that the show must go on. And so, before the show began, he decided to briefly introduce himself, and what the show was about. This is what he said:
"Good evening, ladies and gentleman. My name is Orson Welles. I am an actor. I am a writer. I am a producer. I am a director. I am a magician. I appear onstage and on the radio. Why are there so many of me and so few of you?"