Bushnell told New York Magazine in 2004, "He was one of those New York guys with a big personality — you just notice him as soon as he walks in the room," and "I called him Mr.
Big to another character onscreen, she is interrupted before she can say his name.) When Carrie and her friend Samantha bump into Big at a nightclub, Samantha tries to hit on him, but he tactfully declines.
In the first few episodes, he and Carrie frequently bump into one another, until finally Big suggests the two of them should "bump into one another on purpose".
Carrie agrees and thus begins their on-again-off-again relationship. When Carrie asks Big if he has ever been in love, he replies, "Ab-so-fucking-lutely".
I think a lot of people who mark these as great simply just stare at the fucking and don't care about the story.
I can get by with most romance languages, but never studied Russian, Chinese.
Tall, dour-faced and slouch-shouldered character actor Abe Vigoda proved himself in both gritty dramatic roles, and as an actor with wonderful comedic timing. He said to me, 'You look tired, Abe.' I said, 'I am.
Vigoda was born in Brooklyn, New York, to Lena (Moses) and Samuel Vigoda, both Russian Jewish immigrants. I was just jogging five miles.' He said, 'You also look like you have haemorrhoids.' I said, 'What are you?
But I looked tired because I had been jogging earlier that day.
Fish on Barney Miller (1974)) "I got the role because the producer thought I looked tired.