Adrian is 48 today. Happy Birthday Adrian Pasdar, best wishes from your fans all over the world :)
Talking “Face/Off,” UMA Expo & more with make-up pros Glenn Hetrick & Neville Page -
What’s been your best experience in the industry so far?
Glenn Hetrick: As far as actors go – and I’ve said this before – Adrian Pasdar, on Heroes, was absolutely amazing to work with. We did some pretty long, hard make-ups on him; it was a three or four hour process, several times a week, for several weeks. He was always so gracious and really fun to hang out with.
Applying a make-up takes three to four hours, usually. Production bases their entire day on your estimate, so [you tell them] you need three and a half hours and they schedule you in three and a half hours early. You start the make-up before everyone gets there so that as you’re wrapping up, crew call is starting. Unfortunately, no matter how explicit you are when you say, “I need three and a half hours,” a lot of assistant directors – who’s job it is to pressure you and prod you and try to get you to do things on a different schedule – will bang on the door during the entire process. You’ll be an hour into a three-hour make-up, and they’ll be already asking, “How much longer?” That’s they’re job, but we don’t want to hear it.
Adrian actually made them go away. He would actually say, “I don’t care if you need another hour. When this is absolutely perfect, in your opinion, then we go to set.” He was so into the make-up. He’d say, “Do you want to spend a little more time in this area? This is so cool, can you make it like that here?” He was so involved. Even after doing it five or six times, he was still super into doing the make-up. It was the best experience, in terms of working with a performer.
Adrian Pasdar rejoint la septième saison de "Burn Notice"!
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From Tommy’s Twitter: Good times with @NathanFillion and @AdrianPasdar last night! They are both examples for all.