Yay, October Q&A’s! Can you believe we’re in October already? Here are Bronson’s answers to questions sent by you throughout September! Enjoy and send us your questions for the next one!
Q: Do you ever see your old castmates from Perfect Strangers?
A: I am in touch with Melanie and Mark and we have a million laughs.
Q: I loved you in True Romance, did you like going on the rollercoaster? It looked fun!
A: I fear and loathe rollercoasters and at the end when I am dry-heaving and whimpering that is not acting.
Q: What did you do over the summer?
A: Shot a TV pilot and then obsessed about whether it would be picked up. It was.(Webmaster’s note: Yay!!)
Q: Do you get to see your mom or your siblings often?
A: Very, very often.
Q: Have you watched any Charlie Chaplin movies and if so, what if your favourite?
A: I’ve seen them all, as I was briefly in the running to play him in the biopic from many years ago. I love The Gold Rush and The Kid.
Q: Can you tell us how you came to have the scar that is sometimes visible on your arm? It’s seen in certain episodes of Perfect Strangers and more noticeable in a photo from Second Sight.
A: My big brother wouldn’t let me in the house and we wrestled over the front door and my arm went through the glass. I was in fifth grade and they had just taken away the lead in the school play from me because I had had it the year before. So unfair. A wretched day.
Q: Have you ever been to or heard of Prince Edward Island in Canada?
A: No and yes in that order.
Q: How tall are you?
A: Five nine and three quarters inches.
Q: Do you have an Ipod or Iphone?
A: iPhone and I wish I knew how to make the buttons stop doing things.
Q: Do you do the Dance of Joy about real-life good things that happen? Or did you during the years you were playing Balki?
A: When my generator first was hooked up and worked, I did the Dance of Joy in the snow for the workers, as promised.
Q: You’re well-known as a Wizard of Oz fan: have you read the book Wicked, or seen the musical?
A: No. I politely and discreetly avoid any Oz material not by L. Frank Baum.
Q: Do you know if there is an equivalent of bronsonpinchot.org for Mark Linn-Baker?
A: No idea. It would not be very like him.