Cocaine Confessions by Lance Benedict

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The following day we arrived at the Warner Bros. lot with
Angel and we heard the wrath. Angel said don't pull another
stunt like that again. I'm quite positive Hawk called him a
Puerto Rican Midget.

We were all at the trailer early Tuesday morning when a
Warner Bros page or (lot guy), rode up on his a bike. He
came into the trailer and he said here you go Angel. He had a
bindle of blow. I could not believe my eyes!

You could actually get blow at Warner Bros, and have it
delivered by a personal assistant. The guy, also had a brand
new unopened cassette tape in his hands. He looked at Angel
and said, “May I”?

It was the brand new Motley Crue release, Girls, Girls,
Girls and he threw it in Angel's 85 pound ghetto blaster then
proceeded to crank it up to 11.

9:30 AM - Tuesday, Warner Bros Lot, Cocaine, Coffee &
Crue. Now that's “Breakfast of the Champions”

Later that day after partaking in some very good lines of
studio-coke, we went back to the set to actually watch Angel
do some work.

Before we went over to the set, we stopped at craft services.
I was looking around for something to eat, when I felt my
drumsticks being lifted out of my back pocket.

It was Tom Hanks. He played a set of triplets on everything
that was round at the food table. He hit the licorice, the
cookies, the soda cans, whatever he could, and then he
stopped and handed them back to me. He played very well
and I told him so.

I said damn Tom, you can actually play! He said sure I can,
you know what happens to frustrated musicians, right?
I said, no, what? He said, they become actors.

We were on the set with Angel for about 3 weeks, then it
was back to the regular gig, flying around to different
Comedy Store's every weekend.

I met a lot of interesting people during the movie shoot.
Cyndi Lauper, Jeff Goldblum, Tom Hanks, Sally Fields to
name a few but the most intriguing person I met at the
Warner Bros Lot, was the guy who rode that bike around
selling coke.

Go figure.

About Lance Benedict

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Published August 12, 2011 by BookBaby. 121 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs. Non-fiction

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