Robot is a figment of Elliot's imagination (ibid).
As good as the show is, evidently some people saw these twists coming. I've tried to figure out why, and what I've come up with is that the idea of Christian Slater being old enough to have an adult son was—still is—unfathomable to me. But in fact, the first actor Christian Slater ever tried to copy was Yul Brynner.
He made appearances in Riding in Cars with Boys in 2001 and The Scorpion King in 2002, followed by a leading role in the Fox drama Fastlane.
Facinelli had a recurring role in the HBO series Six Feet Under in 2004 and a role in the FX original series Damages beginning in 2007.
He reportedly dated aaaall of his co-stars: Patricia Arquette, Samantha Mathis, Winona Ryder. In the Christian Slater interview of my dreams, he and I are on day three of an interstate crime spree by now.
But this Christian Slater—this one showed up early for our first interview at the dog park near his house on the Upper West Side with his cute dog, whose action he would occasionally narrate in adorable doggie talk. He followed me on Twitter, all by himself, since he does his own social media.
as well as at the Atlantic Theater Company Acting School in New York City; his teachers there included William H.
Macy, Felicity Huffman, Giancarlo Esposito and Camryn Manheim.According to an interview, "I almost didn't read for Twilight. ' And I was like, 'No.' I was totally thinking blood and guts and bats in caves, like some kind of horror movie.They literally talked me into reading the book and I actually enjoyed the book a lot." In 2011 he also wrote and produced the Hallmark Channel telefilm Accidentally in Love which starred his then-wife Jennie Garth. Facinelli met actress Jennie Garth on the set of An Unfinished Affair in 1995.Facinelli made his feature film debut in Rebecca Miller's Angela in 1995 and came to the attention of critics in the TV-movie The Price of Love later that year.In 1996, Facinelli played opposite his then-future wife Jennie Garth in An Unfinished Affair. It's a beautiful spring day, and the Wonder Wheel was such a trip—"There's fsociety," he'd said, pointing at an arcade, as we dangled over Coney Island beach—and it filled him with good memories of his first day shooting At Coney Island, the only thing more iconic than the Wonder Wheel is the Cyclone—the great old wooden rollercoaster—but when I suggest it, Christian Slater smiles even bigger, then shakes his head and says no. For the next few years, each of his subsequent roles, from the confounding (), tries to bank on this same angsty, unnerving charm. Another time, while he was getting arrested for assault, he got extra arrested for going for the arresting officer's gun.