"Kinda Shy" Lewis Furey (Lewis Furey); A&M Records; 1975; A&M SP4522 (backing vocals)
2 Interviews |
1 Article |
2 Pictorials |
1 Magazine Cover Photo |
5' 9" (1.75 m)
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[on how The Rocky Horror Picture Show
(1975) has left an impact] I think one of the things it has done to audiences, particularly early in the game, and actually still now, is that it's been very kind of liberating sexually for them, and I guess it was very liberating for me too because it was a huge step to make. And certainly my agents were worried that it would kind of ruin my career and, of ...
Not only was he Tim Burton
's second choice for the role of the Joker, he was the producers' first choice for the role on the animated series. However, after recording four episodes, his take on the Joker was deemed as too scary for children, and thus the part was given to Mark Hamill
Often plays menacing, sadistic villains
The Cheshire Cat