I’ve had a blessed year, and nothing was more gratifying than dressing this guy up. He came to set wearing a t-shirt and some jeans, with a beard that needed to be trimmed immediately by his groomer of choice, Louise Moon. He was so kind, funny, hungry and in between wardrobe changes, he did an improv of a barefooted alcoholic, and everyone laughed. There’s a little bit of Peter in him, the gentler side. I realized why I loved the series, I’m a 60’s kid and that was a period of not just racial tension, but a time when everything was perfect in my life. Everyone that mattered in my life was still alive. I think as children we often times wish to be adults not realizing the consequences, but honestly the best times of our lives are when we’re kids. Thank you Vincent.
Editor at Large/EDGE Magazine