What is the most uncanny nightmare you’ve ever had?
Not actually a dream: I was in a desolate dark space. A nasty aftertaste in my mouth. Then I realized I got befuddled at a rerun of "Nothing but Trouble" in a bleak drive-in near Milwaukee.
I've heard you are about to publish a book. Would you like to share with us a few details?
The details on my forthcoming book will soon be printed in another book. What I can say now is that it will be my unauthorized autobiography, a long due work soon to be released in montly instalments.
When your are not on the set, which is your favored pastime?
I think that collecting old door knobs and door handles is quite relaxing.
What’s your worst defect?
Actually, sometimes when I'm chomping cloves and without notice I need to make a speech I'm not that discriminating about where I dispose of the debris: it may be a washbasin but also a bus with a half-open window.
Where will you go on your next vacation?
For my next holiday I rented a posh castle on the secluded hills of Panem. The only complication was finding a way to make a payment in Linden dollars to the affable gentleman from Nigeria that contacted me about business in the interweb.
Apart from acting, what one thing do you do better than anybody else?
You know, I can repeat "To Autumn" by John Keats in 6 different languages including Chinese.
Do you know Kenneth L. Martin (a former aeroplane pilot, now a geophysicist) from Pasadena?
No, I don't, but my cousin has been briefly engaged to him. Then there was some commotion about the funny suicide of a former lover, so their engagement came to a sudden ending.
Sean, are you superstitious?
Certainly! I use to grate the sole of my shoes right before a relevant work interview.
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