If you could choose an animal to reincarnate in, which one would it be?
Without doubt a kangaroo.
In an essay printed on Texan Journal of Transcendental Logocentrism, dr. George Ward has observed that your movies are "a supernatural embodiment of today conceptual Freudianism". Anything to add?
It is clear that in his recent letter appeared on Canadian Journal of Structural Metaphysics, prof. Carl Z. Fisher totally rebutted that illogical observation.
Gary, do you like squirrels?
Why you do not like squirrels?
They reek! And one squirrel bite my grandpa's leg. That was one of the reasons I become an actor, so I should reconsider my opinion about squirrels.
Gary, what's your vice?
Sloth. I find difficult dragging myself out of bed before noon. See, I’m probably going to be judged for that. Luckily another vice of mine is I couldn't care less.
Do you Google yourself often?
Say every other day or so. But lately Google often asks "Did you mean Gary Oldmen", who turns out to be a tennis coach from Chicago. That's quite annoying, but not as much embarassing as discovering that for Yahoo my name is similar to an awful blasphemy in Mongolian.
You have been the recipient of many prizes. Do you remember which is the first prize you ever won?
I won the "Tin Tiger Prize" issued by the Mayor of Boston for "unprecedented and gratuitous stage accomplishment" at the age of 6.
Do you know Harold James (a former chef, now a drainer) from Roseville?
No, I don't, but my aunt has been briefly married to him. Then there was some commotion about Harold fooling around with every woman in a radius of 20 miles, even barely breathing ones, so their marriage came to an abrupt ending.
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