ometimes, maybe late at night, on location, after he's put down his guitar or closed one of the four or five books he's reading or shut off the "trashiest television imaginable" (he's a man), Johnny Depp starts asking himself questions. "I'm kicking 50 right up the ass," he says, just a couple of weeks before the end of his forties, dragging on one of his fat, brown, proficiently self-rolled cigarettes. If you're, in any way, sensitive to that stuff and you just keep taking in, taking in, taking in, you'll drive yourself fucking nuts. So whenever he's acting – unless he's lucky enough to be in a scene where his character wears sunglasses – Depp can see only a few inches away from his face.
He's thrown a shapeless brown canvas jacket over a blue denim shirt that's open to reveal a bonus shirt, an orange-striped Henley, beneath.
Imagine a line from Bill Cosby to Jerry Seinfeld and you’ll have an idea of Michael’s influences.
Watch him onstage and you’ll see a man at ease…with himself, his audience, and his message. continue Ken Davis Ken is a Christian Comedian in Nashville, TN.
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