Movie Meltdown: Character Fest with Sy Richardson
This episode we are coming to you “live” from Character Fest as we talk with actor Sy Richardson. And as we realize our unlimited capacity for twinkly lights, we also bring up… The State Theater, a family reunion, Tim Robbins, came to California, Slim Jim Phantom, Straight to Hell, I had no place to stay I had fifty dollars in my pocket, taking me to the nightclub, Charles Bronson, this bubble of love, I didn’t wanna be a movie star, Alex Cox, a nonagenarian, driving the city bus, you think there’ll be swear words, Fishbone, dropping off pizza, Repo Man, the center of the universe, don’t allow money or names to get in the way, The Cheap Dates, Drama-logue, Emilio Estévez, Chicago, you don’t have to be the star, Lil’ June and The January’s, it’s very ornate, a gospel group, John Cusack, be willing to work with your friends, Harry Dean Stanton, six naked women and Lee Rocker.
“You see… I came to California to be a character actor. I didn’t wanna be a movie star.”
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For Sy Richardson ‘s Sy by Sy The Journey of a Character Actor: lulu.com/spotlight/syrichardson1
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