Tuesday, February 15, 2011

The Hard Luck and Beautiful Life of Liam Neeson (Esquire)

But by the time I handed him a pencil and asked him to draw the house he grew up in, he'd told me stories for two hours, in great and gory detail: the boxing that took him to sixteen. The jobs he'd held — forklift driver in a Guinness factory, training to be a teacher, blueprint maker for an architect. His motorcycle accident. The journey to see his dying wife. This guy ... he remembers.
An interview with Liam Neeson. It's a little on the melodramatic side - because of the writer, not the interview - but if you're a fan like I am, worth the few minutes to peruse.
Read the full article here.

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