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Actor W Earl Brown continues his talk with Paul Morrissey about the fine show “Deadwood”, which Earl played Dan Dority and also joined the writing staff during the 2nd season with show creator and writing guru David Milch. The fellas discuss the language of Deadwood, how Earl got his buddy Steve Earle a part in the show which is not so flattering when he first heard about it.
W EARL BROWN PLAYS DAN DORITY ON “DEADWOOD”: THIS IS THE BEST STREET FIGHT IN THE HISTORY OF TELEVISION
Earl also talks about performing at the Jack Clement Tribute, how writing and producing a movie is not good for you health. Earl wrote and produced “Bloodworth” starring Kris Kristofferson, Val Kilmer, Hillary Duff and himself. He also talks about his amazing journey to get the part of Warren in the Farrelly Brothers movie, “There’s Something About Mary” and working with Paul Thomas Anderson on “The Master” and how his fistfight with Joaquin Phoenix in the film was not exactly acting. Earl is aslo a die-hard Murray State Fan and the most famous alum, (when he’s not rooting for Kentucky)
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