16 March 2009

Hollywood teeth

‘[Red Dwarf] was supposed to go on to be a film. We wanted to go and make the movie, but every year it never happened. We were all just gearing up for the movie, and so we all went and got our teeth done - and then the money never came through. So we were all really out of pocket with these Hollywood teeth that cost something like 20 grand, which the film company was going to pay for. And then all of a sudden there's no bloody film, and we've all got these new teeth’

- 'Red Dwarf' actor Craig Charles, on the pitfalls of courting movie stardom (Guardian, 16 March 2009)

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