You’d never know it from his slovenly appearance, but Danny DeVito is a real Felix Unger.
So says his pal of 42 years, Michael Douglas.
Interviewed on Milling About, the Solitary Man star—whose role opposite Danny in Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps marks their fourth big-screen outing together—recounts living with the man who’d make his name playing the unctuous, disheveled Louie De Palma on the hit sitcom Taxi.
“I first got out of college and came to New York as a young actor in ‘69,” Michael tells host Robin Milling.
“And I had met Danny in summer theater before that, and we were roommates together in New York.
“He was Continue reading