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I remember we finished shooting the pilot for Beverly Hills — just the pilot — at 4am. What is your strongest memory from your Colbys days? Being stopped from driving a Ferrari Testarossa by the Teamsters the truck drivers on film crews.
They placed these guys on the set entrance to stop me. The envelopes that make you nervous are the ones that are as thick as a book. The letter is pages long and perfectly hand-written. The way I proposed to my wife. I set the bar way too high. How did I get doves? The staging has gone sour! It was like a David Lean film. You were married at What is the secret to a successful, long marriage?
Juliet and I keep ending up in lovely places to live, which helps. We also have a lot of separations imposed on us, which makes the heart grow fonder.
Also, I think it helps if the wife is the one to bury the hatchet.
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What is your most showbiz story? When I did a play called Salonika with Jessica Tandy. My character was lying naked on a beach. Eidur Gudjohnsen, the former Chelsea striker. When were you last drunk? The tipple of doom was Polish vodka. My mistake was moving from the vodka to the Pinot Grigio.
What a true Hollywood legend. The movies that I am thinking of tended to be shot in Eastern Europe for not a great deal of money.
That was a whole lot of fun. You had tremendous early success with your films as well as your work on stage. Would you say that was a good thing?
But that was a part where I really got to lose myself in the role, because that is what you are ultimately trying to do. Get immersed in the part so that where you leave off and where the part takes over is almost invisible. Definitely start shooting your second film before the first one comes out.
Get out there as quickly as you can to display your versatility. Yeah, but it was about a year and a half after being left out in the cold by Paramount. I was actually hopping mad and used that film as an opportunity to vent. I did get to work with the wonderful and brilliant Penelope Spheeris on that one.
I loved playing that guy in your film. Your movie star status got that film financed. Maybe I should have tried to make it a bigger payday.
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He put a lot of us to work. What was it like for you, coming from humble beginnings to suddenly find yourself in the midst of British theater and film royalty? And did your father-in-law give you any career advice? My father-in-law, the late, great Sir John Mills, chose to let me make my errors.
He did counsel me on occasion but I really should have towed the line a bit more. I was very enamored of the antics of James Dean and similar rebel heroes of the mid to late fifties who kind of got away with murder on the basis of their talent and their indispensability. Since then the business has become more corporate as it transitioned into the eighties and nineties. There was no room for antics or acting out. You were barely out of your teens yourself. We did a prestigious winter tour of Florida in I was playing the title role and she was playing the Victorian actress, Mrs.
Kendal, and frankly, it really, truly was love at first sight. Kind of a beauty and the beast story. Were you aware of her work?