Enemies. Written by Maxim Gorky
. Translated by Jeremy Brooks and Kitty Hunter-Blair. Incidental music by Cathy MacDonald. Directed by Ellis Rabb
. Vivian Beaumont Theatre: 9 Nov 1972- 16 Dec 1972 (44 performances + 13 performances + 13 previews that began 28 Oct 1972). Cast: Penelope Allen
(as "Peasant Woman"), Philip Bosco
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Chris Walken | Ronnie Walken | Christopher Wlaken
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[on what some see as quirky vibes in his performances] I was, in a sense, raised by musical-comedy people: gypsies, comics. It makes you almost from another country. And I think that in movies that strangeness almost easily translates into menacing or malevolent. When people do my voice and imitate me, I think it's almost that they're making fun of my accent. I grew up with people who spoke ...
His senior quote from high school (The Profesional Children's School) is from Shakespeare's "Love's Labours Lost" Act II, Scene I: - "the merry madcap lord - not a word with him but a jest; and every jest but a word".
These days his hair is always greased back or standing up