|Ed is as tall as he is talkative plus he can still work a pair of jeans.|
I was recently in New York engaging in some high-level New Media brainstorming with my NY Bureau Chief Doug, and Wes and I grabbed some late night grub at Joe Allen, the theater district institution. The hostess sat us next to none other than Ed Begley, Jr. and Jeff Goldblum and three other attractive people. I'm sure the hostess assumed we were all friends, but actually I've never met Ed and Jeff. So, I did my best New York cool bit and didn't stare or secretly take a picture with my phone.
But Ed talks so loudly that I couldn't help overhearing him. I promise I wasn't eavesdropping. I wouldn't dream of doing such a thing. Anyway, Ed went on and on and on about the environment and "cap and trade," and "Steven Chu Nobel Prize Winner" and "North Korea," blah, blah, blah. Poor Jeff could hardly get a word in edgewise, particularly when Ed started in on his recovery from alcoholism (apparently Ed gave up drinking and became a bore). It was like going to a 12-step meeting, except he was sharing his story in a loud voice in a public restaurant. I won't elaborate, however let's just say Cindy Williams once saved his life. As if you needed another reason to love Shirley Feeney.
A very good-looking male table-mate with a magnificent ass was apparently trying to talk Jeff into opening a play (perhaps "Seminar" in which he is now starring on Broadway?) in LA because, if he does, "everybody will come because it'll be a big deal." You heard it here first, Angelinos.
|Tall and handsome in person.|