Apr 20th, 2018 at 12:03:17 pm
· Apr 20, 2018 at 12:03 pm
I was listening to Fresh Air on WBEZ a few minutes ago and they replayed Terry Gross’ interview with Harry Anderson. It was from 1998 I think. I looked for the audio but didn’t have any luck.
Anyways, I lost my interest in magic, cards, and picking locks right around puberty but I’ve always admired Harry Anderson. He was humble, confident, and funny. Most of all I think he was sincere. All the things I hope I am today.
I also like that he was a con man who got a part on Cheers by being who he was and not by being an actor, or somebody who he wasn’t.
Update: here’s the audio and transcript:
Before He Became The ‘Night Court’ Judge, Harry Anderson Was A Con-Man Magician
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