Michael Keaton always comes off as one of the more genuine and interesting actors out there, especially when he gives an interview. I remember listening to his turn on Marc Maron’s WTF Podcast and thinking about how cool he seemed with just chatting the afternoon away about show business.
This appearance on Letterman is no different as Keaton share’s his memories of working with the late Harold Ramis on Multiplicity in 1996. It isn’t a deep personal tribute or touching quip a la Bill Murray, but it shows the effect that people have over the course of their lives and how it stays with people.
I want more like this!
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