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Christian Slater is supposed to sit there with sunglasses that don't come off and treat me with vague contempt and maybe threaten to flip a table if I ask the wrong question. So here is the news, here is the big reveal: Christian Slater is no longer Christian Slater.
He has been replaced by an affable fellow, also named Christian Slater, who smiles and listens and makes sure to get enough sleep and always goes to his meetings. I want to be clear that I am very happy for Christian Slater. We shared French fries and even ketchup and developed our own private jokes.
Christian thought he had the best seat in the house: in the wings just off-stage. He was always accompanied by a family member or family friend, but maybe his chaperones weren't so on the ball, because at the same time he first began to drink.
That's right: Christian Slater was nine fucking years old when he had his first drink., and the Jack Nicholson comparisons continued, giving him a useful role model for the life he was living: a bacchanalia of intercourse with thousands of women at once (this from my imagination) and smoking that never led to cancer.
As good as the show is, evidently some people saw these twists coming. I've tried to figure out why, and what I've come up with is that the idea of Christian Slater being old enough to have an adult son was—still is—unfathomable to me. But in fact, the first actor Christian Slater ever tried to copy was Yul Brynner.
Slater was just a boy, living in Hell's Kitchen with his mother, and she was dating a theater prop master who took Christian to the theater with him every night.
I was embarrassed so I just kept going on about how we were going to play tennis together.
His timeline is a list of gracious and generous retweets of press that for our interview!I was so out of touch with what was going on within me." and it's sort of a tribute to you.' I just went on and on.Then I heard the phone click and I thought the guy had hung up."In a way, he's forthright now about his dark years—he doesn't pretend they didn't happen, and he blames no one but himself—but they are also a locked door.He'll talk in limitless detail about how he's grown, but only in the vaguest terms about what he's been through, and who he's been through it with. See this comparison chart I've made you below:1998: "I lost myself, and a lot of characters I played I have latched onto some of their identities, just because I was so lacking in anything of my own.