Comedy movie brother sister dating
Or in , rather, since he vacillated between Kaufman and Kaufman's favorite alter ego, the obnoxious lounge singer known as Tony Clifton.When he spotted the star's real-life sister, he greeted her jovially, the way Kaufman might have: "Hey, Carol! " Carrey-as-Kaufman asked if she wanted a milkshake. This was her brother."I think that Jim Carrey was a vessel," Kaufman-Kerman says, discussing the experience in a Brooklyn café two decades later.
("I'm just disappointed in his behavior.")And Michael was leery of ."At the end of every show, the audience was indeed let in on it all, and left feeling happy and satisfied that the up-and-down ride was all in fun and they were 'safe' the whole time."Carol tried rewatching with friends last August. "I found it to be the most, ugh, sappy…" she trails off."I mean, so sad.""Sad, meaningless life," Michael adds.' He was a jerk, based on what I read in the script."* * *I was surprised when Andy Kaufman's brother agreed to travel 1,400 miles to New York City from Louisiana to spend an hour and a half watching a movie with me.
Then his sister, who lives in Chicago, decided to fly in too. I interviewed Michael by telephone in 2016 for an article about his brother, but we had never met.
He is a retired accountant who has Andy's blue eyes and an excitable energy when he speaks.