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As far as any more of that happening, it’s possible.” In terms of discussions around the series, Hall said, “There have been different possibilities that have come up. Hall read books about his life, interested in finding out about the initial dependence and compounding dependence on drugs and steroids (which was his pain medication), and countering the debilitating effects of both with amphetamines.Hall saw his JFK as a “nouveau royal,” a “quick drawing” compared to the depth of David in To answer Bowie’s golden question, Hall’s relationship with death can be traced to his childhood growing up in North Carolina.He shows me these sequences of squiggles, and they are beautiful. He may auction them off, he said, calling them “scribbled pictures of scribbled feelings.” The drawings are inspired by two photographs: Diane Arbus’ 1962 photograph of a boy with a toy hand grenade in Central Park, and Malcolm Browne’s 1963 Associated Press photographs of Vietnamese Mahayana Buddhist monk Thích Quang Duc, who burned himself to death in Saigon.
The actor lives nearby with his third wife, Morgan Macgregor, and their black long-haired dachshund Salamander.
Hall still feels Bowie’s presence, he said, like an electrical charge near his solar plexus.
Bowie asked Hall the question that comes to many people’s minds: “So, what is it with you and death?
He will talk about giving up alcohol, marijuana, and becoming a vegan.
And the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild winner will also remember David Bowie, who walked into his life (while Hall was working on Bowie’s final project ) smelling divine and holding a silver-tipped cane, and who died soon afterwards.
He is known for the titular character "Dexter" in Dexter (2006) and as mortician "David Fisher" in Six Feet Under (2001). [at the closing of the Dexter (2006) series] Once again, it's time to reboot the system, and I try to think of it as a new beginning as much as an ending.