I first remarkd that he needed to come to Oregon and try Windsurfing, to which he said he didn't like it, cuz it was too much work but regular surfing wasn't.
My question to him had to do with the scene in ROTK when Pippin and Gandalf have that talk about death and the aftelife. I had noticed that his vein in his neck just pulsates as if Pippin is truly in the height of his fear in that scene. How did he manage to do something like that. He said he wasn't aware of it and that as an actor he didn't have that sort of control over his body. He also went on to say that was a good scene between him and Ian and that he had cried when he read that particular script.
I just scampered off and looked at your photobook and OHMYGAWD there I am! Thank you! I need to order these and some others of Billy. Mine I am going to paste around my house to keep me on track with my diet! How sweet of you to take so many of me! Me! Dang, you are so good.
He takes a drink . . . then his cheeks are puffed out.
He looks like an old fashioned "swish and spit" poster in a dentist's office!! ROFL
He most definately is adorable.
The thing with his neck pulsing . . . I first saw ROTK at a Trilogy Tuesday screening. All I saw of that scene was his pulse beating in his neck. It totally mesmerized me. Neither my friend nor my daughter who were with me noticed it, but I couldn't take my eyes off it. I knew he was totally feeling that scene. It was so powerful.