Reared in Toronto, Maxwell began her acting career in radio.
At age 15, she ran away from home to join the Canadian Army during World War II.
I grabbed him and gave him the dirtiest, tongue-iest kiss I have ever put on anybody — almost as if I hated fags.” Someone please invent the Men in Black memory eraser quickly so we can flush this interview out.
2014: Ben Affleck The actor has certainly had a roller-coaster relationship with the press, but in an interview earlier this year — soon after the news broke that he’d been tapped to play Batman in Zack Snyder’s upcoming movie — he revisited his “Bennifer” years with disdain.
series of films, actress Lois Maxwell was born Lois Hooker on February 14, 1927, in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, to a teacher and a nurse.
2004: Colin Farrell Fresh off the heels of Daredevil and Alexander, Farrell dove deep into his widely publicized affinity for drugs.
“Heroin is fine in moderation,” he said in an aside.
2014: Gary Oldman At last, we’ve reached the man who sparked this entire list. Or maybe I should strike that and say 'the N word' and 'the F word,' though there are two F words now.” On Alec Baldwin: “Alec calling someone an F-A-G in the street while he’s pissed off coming out of his building because they won’t leave him alone. So they persecute.” On political correctness and double standards: “It’s our culture now, absolutely. Everybody’s getting drunk, and everybody’s sucking up to everybody. Just say we’re not going to play this silly game with you anymore.” On Nancy Pelosi: “Well, if I called Nancy Pelosi a cunt — and I’ll go one better, a fucking useless cunt — I can’t really say that.
You’ve almost certainly seen the headlines today touching upon some of Oldman’s fieriest comments, but here’s a selection of them for your perusal. The policeman who arrested him has never used the word nigger or that fucking Jew? At the Oscars, if you didn’t vote for 12 Years a Slave you were a racist.” On the Golden Globes: “They’re fucking ridiculous. But Bill Maher and Jon Stewart can, and nobody’s going to stop them from working because of it.
1971: John Wayne The most popular Western film actor of all time, Wayne had plenty to say about the decline of the movie industry in his late-in-life, career-spanning Playboy cover story.