One day I came down in my purple pajamas, and I just got so excited that I never got dressed. In the pilot, we got some 1860s gasolier globes, and when they arrived, they were broken. Afterward, I looked at the footage, and I thought, “So that’s what you look like when you’re really heartbroken.” I’ve done a million movies where they’ve said, “Come on, baby, you can pump it up,” or plays where the director tells you how it’s appropriate to emote.I didn’t do it because I thought it would be delightfully eccentric. After 26 years, I looked at myself, and I thought, “That’s you when you’re profoundly sad.” , you look in the mirror, and you really scrutinize your face, and you think, “Well, I could have used a little more shadowing under the jaw.” But if you’re going to see salvage, and salvage really is the greatest joy in your life, who cares?
reveals his lifelong passion for historical properties.
When he isn’t acting, Pinchot lives in rural Harford, Pa., where he spends his days working on the half-dozen properties he owns there.
The program shows him shopping for gasolier globes and ransacking salvage yards as well as supervising some spectacular transformations.
Bronson Pinchot: Our agreement is that I simply get on with what I do, and they film it.
Alicia Silverstone never remembered to take her makeup off at the end of the day, and it would make her break out.
Silverstone was like any other teen: She, too, was guilty of not removing her makeup every day.
There’s none of the stirring of the reality TV pot.
We’ve all become too sophisticated for that as viewers.
It’s almost like a great date when you forgot you had a date, so you rush out and you meet the lady at a restaurant, and you’re just dressed in your favorite clothes, not the ones you think you should wear for a date, and she thinks you’re the most wonderfully naturally attractive guy.