|Occupation||brother to a Prince and fellow to a Beggar if he be found worthy..|
|Introduction||..work odd jobs to get by,am involved in theatre,acting and tech,some film work|
|Interests||...Films-classic and Euro trash, Camping, swimming, long long rides, girl chasing, Christmas, meditation, being alone in the wilderness, being alone in dark churches late at night, long long walks, ghost hunting..|
|Favorite Movies||City Lights, Bride of Frankenstein, and God said to Cain, Matalo!, The Good the Bad and the Ugly, For a Few Dollars More, Blindman, Tampopo, The Black Cat(1934), Vertigo, Strangers on a Train, The Bank Dick, Never Give a Sucker an Even Break, A Matter Of Life And Death, You Can't Take It With You, Bringing Up Baby, The Wolf Man, Sunrise(1927), 7th Heaven(1927), Goya's Ghosts, The Red Shoes, the Lives of Others, Santa Sangre, Sexy Beast, The Man Who Would Be King, Gold diggers of 1933, Tarzan movies, 3-Iron, My Man Godfrey, The Big Lebowski, Maria Montez, Swing Time, Modern Times, Our Hospitality, The Navigator, Head, Its A Wonderful Life, Hellzapoppin', The Swimmer, Sunset Blvd, Witness for the Prosecution, The Lost Weekend, The Private Life of Sherlock Holmes, The Story Of Three Loves, The Tuttles of Tahiti, Silent films, Top Hat, Into The West(1992), Moulin Rouge(1952), Targets(1968), Its a Gift, Duck Soup, Shall we Dance-1937 and 1996, The Masque of the Red Death, Shogun Assassin, the Penalty, He Who Gets Slapped, Rear Window, Cat People, I walked with a Zombie, Man Hunt(1941), The Mark of Zorro, Public Enemy, Dames, Footlight Parade, Portrait of Jennie, My Best Girl, Cobra Woman, The films of Val Lewton, Laurel and Hardy, Our Gang, Spaghetti Westerns, more more more|
|Favorite Music||bossa nova-particularly Sylvia Telles and earlier 60s type, Debussy, Ravel, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, classic rock and heavy metal, some country, latin pop, Italian genre movie soundtracks, Ennio Morricone, Nico Fidenco, Francesco De Masi|
|Favorite Books||the Bible, original faerie tales of Hans Christian Andersen, Oscar Wilde, Plain Tales From The Hills-Rudyard Kipling, The Phantom Rickshaw and Other Tales-Rudyard Kipling|
When your science teacher smashed a frozen rose with a hammer, did you warm the petals to bring them back to life?
no..I quickley put them in my ice cream and crummbled cookies on top of that! :o9