Getting camera-ready each day meant that Rooker had to sit in the makeup chair for upwards of six hours before shooting even began. He relished the chance to watch the makeup artists work their magic on him, but Rooker reveals that more than once he got a little shut-eye on the job, too.
“All of a sudden, I’d feel these little fingers lifting my head up,” he laughs. “You know, they’d been working on me this whole time while my head was down sleeping. I was probably drooling or snoring or whatever the hell I was doing. I fell dead asleep several times during those sessions.” Read the full article here!