There wasn't much to my role on this show, but it was fun. We actually shot at a real prison (Chino or somewhere, I forget).
Coincidentally, I ran into Ethan Suplee (Randy) just the other night at a yogurt place. We chatted a bit. Nice guy - very shy. But he looked great. He's lost quite a bit of weight and is in good shape as well. Good for him.
I'll expect my check for about $37 sometime in August. :>)
do actors ask for autographs? Is that a no no? just curious...lol
autographs among actors is kind of a no no.
I kinda figured that...next question, tween you and me...
when they show people doing the hippidy dippidy,
are they really doing the hippity dippidy?...lol...
sometimes the hippidy dippidy is done, yes.
micky rourke & kim bassinger in 9 1/2 weeks.
But these questions are better suited to you, Mr. Hauck.
As a leading man, have you done or do you do your own stunts?
Also, do you ever go to Hollywood Park?
Did you see JMAN was in a film with David Milch?
Santa Anita Film Festival... film #11.
I wasn't in a movie with David Milch.
Were you in a movie with David Milch?
Because I wasn't... oh, but Mr. JMAN Jason
waltzes into town from Las Vegas and BAM!
he's in a movie with David Milch. ...good guy, though.
Playing with a chess clock against your rating vs. no time limit is night and day of course. Hey Spider, did you ever play in Central Park? If so, what was that like? Also on my ever expanding Bucket List!
have never seen any chess action in Central Park, which covers a very large territory.
Washington Square is full of action though.
Chess, music, the fountain, dog park + the eclectic personality scenery.
Plus--Village Chess Club is very close by on Thompson Street.
Have played at both of those locations.
You had better bring your A+ game to play at either venue