Norman Reedus hits up the Nylon Guys February/March issue party held at Manon on Monday (February 10) in New York City.
The 45-year-old Walking Dead star is on the cover of the mag – here’s what he had to share in his cover story:
On having killed someone in 39 of his 42 film/television appearances: “I was born to play the bad guy, I guess. I have a suspicious look to me.”
On being invited to the Duck Dynasty Thanksgiving dinner: “I was surprised to get the invite…But they like our show, and I guess we’re both on popular shows, so it makes sense. Those guys are fun to sit down and eat a meal with. A bunch of weird dudes. Come to think of it, they seemed pretty sophisticated to me.”
On his career in junior tennis: “I studied with a coach who approached me and offered to train me because he thought i had potential…I played the junior circuit, against guys who had all the fancy equipment and shoes and everything. I was in, like, basketball shoes and had a toy racket. I was surprised I made it as far as I did.”
On his art gallery in NY with Erik Foss, Paul Sevigny, Tate Steinsiek and Ronnie Cutrone:
“It was called Collective Hardware. It was one of the coolest things I have ever done. We had local artists, but the quality was there, you know?”
Why do the people I love always do such stupid things?