Some familiar faces fromShakes the Clown show up inWGD — Boston comic Tony V. as the grief counselor, and Tom Kenny as the smarmy talk-show guy.
Robin refers to them as the Bob Wood Players, as in Ed Wood. I've known Tom since I was six years old. We went to the same Catholic school. This nun was crying, she dragged me into his classroom and said, "I can't take him anymore." And Tom thought it was cool that I could make a grown nun cry, so he introduced himself at lunch. We've been best friends forever. I was happy to work with Tony V. again. Everybody loved Tony. The DP was like, "Tony V. is so much funnier than you. When Tony V.'s here, everybody's happy." I go, "You know, I wanted László Kovács to shoot my movie, but he died."
You're doing a stand-up gig December 12 at the Wilbur Theatre, so I guess you haven't given that up yet.
I still go out and do stand-up, to pay my bills. That's how I can afford to make independent movies. It's my day job. Two weeks from now, I'll be in an Indian casino getting heckled — "You're not Jeff Foxworthy!"
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