A conversation with Guy Pearce
Guy Pearce
Guy Pearce born October 5th, 1967 (Libra)
Guy Pearce is presently put in writing his unauthorized autobiography, a monumental work soon to be released in daily instalments. (pixabay photo)

Are you allergic to anything?
Yes, mainly to backstabbers, gophers, and naphthalene.

Could you tell us the plot of your next movie?
Yeah! The working title is "Thomas, Mildred and the bobcat". There are a man and a woman, which live in Tucson, but they never met. Thomas is a medium and Mildred is an accountant. When Thomas' pet bobcat Rambo contracts laryngitis they meet at the vet and fall in love. Then they begin a spiritual journey to search for Gynacisella ramosa (a rare tree which grows in Lesotho only), whose roots can save the bobcat.

Is there a deep meaning hidden in your "Memento"?
Indeed! That hard work always pays off - or something like that.

What’s your worst defect?
Sometimes I beguile interviewers. But I'm not that desperate right now so unless you pass out you will stay quite untouched.

What do you eat between meals?
Pasta noodles with salt and pepper, an apple, three bread slices, and a few drops of tea.

What would you like to do right now?
Buy a polygraph for my dungeon.

Do you know Cynthia Roberts (a former hospital pharmacist, now a chemical plant operator) from Overland Park?
Not personally, but my cousin has been betrothed to her for 5 weeks. Then there was half a scandal about the strange suicide of a former lover, so their engagement came to an abrupt end.

Do you like to cook?
To be frank, I believe that preparing food is a waste of time, since there are relatives and diners more than willing to provide my daily dose of vitamines and sugars. The few times I indulge in cooking for my acolytes, I like to create salads. My most cherished one is a mix of bacon and seaweeds, which I assume can be suited for both vegs and normal people.

Intriguing! Could you share the recipe?
Naturally! You take the bacon and the seaweeds and you make a bunch of sandwiches using some Italian focaccia.

Italian focaccia?
It does not matter, I obtained the recipe from one for a sandwich. After you made the sandwiches, you cast off the bread and mix bacon and seaweeds with some ranch dressing and voilà, there it is!

And now a bunch of numbers which are not Guy Pearce's private telephone number :
6117665389 4498156668 3545702678 8634457689 7277713870 8288978791 2644246284 578504933 8940455295 672664446 2916479084 8315727109 3779659907 2396758235 3043131611 8985800766 347117234 8653011344 8434967573 262208056
I have a confession to make. My boss had patiently scheduled my meeting with Guy Pearce many days beforehand. Unluckily, I fall asleep watching the DVD of "Larger than Life". So, the transcript above is essentially based on what Guy Pearce would have probably said if I have met him, as indicated by a statistics involving a couple of random people.
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