Some years ago, I had Tony Curtis all to myself for half an hour in a green room in L.A.
Ten years after that, his sister Dakota was killed in a L.A. pedestrian accident.
I was living in L.A. at the time, and I always thought about the little cultural differences between the two places.
“Living in L.A. and Hollywood, all you see are cars and handbags,” he says.
I went to the Scientology Celebrity Center in L.A. with Juliette twice, and I said, “This is not cool!”
I had moved to L.A. and gotten a little bit of traction there, and I think my manager parlayed that into an audition.
L.A. is a big, sprawling city with not a lot of glue that holds it together.
The first body was found in a patch of weeds in L.A.'s industrial wastelands.
She says she got married in 2005, lives in L.A. with her husband and two children, and her fella is “totally cool with what I do.”
Like several other L.A. natives he is too busy living to do much worrying—and besides—what does it get him?
abbreviation for Los Angeles, attested from 1949.