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21 Questions: Paul Parducci [Author]

Paul Parducci [Author]
   Paul Parducci has enjoyed a successful career in Hollywood as a Film and Television Actor. He has appeared on TV shows like "NYPD Blue," "Desperate Housewives" and "Murphy Brown" and starred in Films like "A Gun, A Car, A Blonde" with Billy Bob Thornton and the John Gotti BioPic "At The Sinatra Club" just to name a few.
    Paul is a native of Roselle, New Jersey. He served in the US Army and holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from National University. He presently lives in the Los Angeles area with his wife and son and an old one-tooth dog named Shadow."Wet Linda" A Horror Novel about a Bad Thing from the Water is his first.

-Tell us about your career and what you are currently working on or involved with?
I’ve been a pretty busy Film and Television Actor for most of my life.
-Is this what you thought you would be doing with your life, what was your first passion?
I’ve always had a lot of interests-but the arts have been where I’ve found my home.
-To whom do you credit your success to, who gives or gave you the most support?
My wife and son have been very supportive. I feel safe to try things.
-If you could meet or work with [living or dead], who would that be and why?
I would like to work with Freddie Francis-amazing cinematographer and Director from the golden age of 60’s and 70’s Horror Cinema.
-What would you like to be remembered for 100 years from now?
Being a good husband and father.
-Who inspires you?
Anybody who doesn’t quit-
-How are things different today, than the same day 1 year ago?
This day (this year) I am an author. I have been a writer for years and have sold and had produced Television shows, Cartoons and films but this year I finally put out my first book.
-What is the last song you bought or listened to in your musical device?
A White Sport Coat by Marty Robbins
-Last good film you had seen, and the best movie you would recommend to someone asking?
(Crawlspace with Klaus Kinski)  Favorite movie? Tales from the crypt 1972-Director: Freddie Francis
-What is the single greatest moment in your life?
Easy- the birth of my son.

-Favorite Horror Film? Stanley Kubrick’s The Shining
-Favorite Book? Stephen King’s “The Stand”
-Favorite Song? Birthday by the Beatles
-Favorite Film Character? “Ace” in Casino
-Favorite Film Composer? Wendy Carlos-“The Shining”
-Favorite Thing In Your Home? Computer
-Favorite First Pet? A mutt named Scooter
-Favorite Coffee Or Tea? Coffee
-Favorite Phrase? Everything’s the same thing.
-Favorite Hiding Place [Not that we are looking]? Poolside.

-If you could tell someone something someone told you, "words to live by" what would that be?
My father always told me-“never judge anyone because of an accident of birth.” The older I get the more profound this statement proves to be.

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