(11/94) Stage: Wrote and directed "A Second Hand Memory". Atlantic Theater Company, New York City
7 Biographical Movies |
64 Print Biographies |
3 Portrayals |
52 Interviews |
83 Articles |
10 Pictorials |
23 Magazine Cover Photos |
5' 5" (1.65 m)
Did You Know?
Whenever they ask women what they find appealing in men, a sense of humor is always one of the things they mention. Some women feel power is important, some women feel that looks are important, tenderness, intelligence . . . but [a] sense of humor seems to permeate all of them. So I'm saying to that character played by Goldie Hawn
, "Why is that so important?" But it is important apparently ...
Accused British interviewer Michael Parkinson
of having a morbid interest in his private life and rejected questions about the custody battle for his children during his appearance on the BBC's Parkinson
(1971) in 1999.
(1973) until Cassandra's Dream
(2007), almost never has his movies scored, preferring to use selections from his vast personal record collection.