Ned Ryerson FAQ


Stephen Tobolowsky aka Ned Ryerson aus „Groundhog day“ beantwortet grade live Fragen auf Reddit. Ich habe noch nicht alles gelesen, aber das hier ist mein Fav bisher:

Your IMDB profile says you were „Once held hostage at gunpoint at a supermarket in Snyder Plaza in Dallas.“ What was that all about?

A man saw I had mangos in my shopping cart. He pulled out a .45 and stuck it into my head, and said “I don’t know why I picked you today.” The only thing I could think of for some reason were scenes from the TV show medical center.

I ended up talking to the man about my father, Chad Everett, and eventually I invited him over to my house for dinner. Unfortunately I gave him my real address. Fortunately the swat team intervened and dragged him out kicking and screaming.

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  1. burns

    Ich habe Tobolowsky inzwischen schon in soviel düsteren Arschnasenrollen gesehen, dass er mir schon ganz ent-ryert worden ist. :-(

  2. Treckzack

    Me likey Tobolowsky! Mochte in als Killer damals in Millennium, mag ihn jetzt in Californication, mochte ihn in Groundhog Day – der Typ hat was! Auf der einen Seite schade dass er der “Masse” nicht wirklich bekannt ist, auf der anderen Seite kann man nur so zu einem kleinen Geheimtipp werden. Ich mag ihn.

  3. Aljoscha

    Bing… geile Scene! :) Mochte ihn auch schon immer

  4. jarod1701

    Krass, bei vier Posts nur einer dabei in dem substanzlos rumgemeckert wird.

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