On Friday, we asked: David Bowie’s neighbor in Switzerland in the late 70s had a habit of dropping by around 5:30 in the evening, having a few drinks and then regaling him with stories about his films. In fact, he did it so frequently that Bowie eventually had to pretend he wasn’t home to avoid him. Who was the neighbor?
Answer: It was Roger Moore, and apparently David Bowie used to hide under a table to avoid him.
Congrats to Craig Pittman, first to tweet the correct answer along with, “I guess Bowie sought less of Moore.”
Your question of the day for today is…American Made director Doug Liman’s father, Arthur, had a connection to the true story of the film. What was it?
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