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Celebrity Gamers

I’m amassing a list of celebrity gamers—that is, famous people who play tabletop games. Games Quarterly Magazine has asked me to interview such personages for their pages, and I’d like to know just how large my potential pool of interview targets happens to be.

See after the break for a full list of what I’ve come up with so far. Names with asterisks after them are ones I’m pretty sure I can confirm. If you know of any others or can give better details about the ones I have, I’d appreciate it.

The next question, of course, is who on the list would you most like to see interviewed?

Celebrity Gamers

• Adam Copeland (WWE’s Edge)
• Antonio Rivera
• Armin Shimmermann
• Asia Carrera
• Bare Naked Ladies (band)*
• Ben Sargent
• Bill Amend
• Bill Campbell*
• Bill Gates
• Billy Crystal*
• BillyZeKick (band)
• Biohazard (band)
• Brian Warner
• Bruce Campbell
• Bruce Sterling
• Carrot Top
• Catherine Zeta-Jones (her kids play)
• Chaz Chamberlain
• Claudia Christensen*
• Conchata Ferrell
• Craig McCracken
• Curt Schilling*
• Daryl Hannah*
• Dave Chappelle
• David Brin
• Dean Haglund
• Devin Grayson
• Dream Warriors (band)
• Dwight Schultz
• Elijah Wood
• Emilio Estevez
• Eric Raymond
• Ewan MacGregor
• Fairuza Balk
• Freddie Prinze Jr.
• George Lucas
• George R. R. Martin*
• GWAR (band)*
• Harrison Ford
• Iain M. Banks (author)
• Jack Black
• Jacques Villeneuve (F1 champion)
• James Franco
• Jason Alexander
• Jason Mewes
• Jason Statham
• Jeff Bezos
• Jennifer Lopez
• Jim Lee*
• Joel and Ethan Coen
• John Dolmayan
• John M. Ford
• Johnny Knoxville
• Jon Spencer (Blues Explosion and Boss Hogg bands)
• Joss Whedon
• Judy Dench
• Katherine Kerr*
• Katherine Kurtz
• Kevin Smith
• Kobe Bryant
• Leslie Coulton (WWE)
• Lexa Doig
• Lionel Jospin (former French Prime Minister)
• Lou Ferrigno
• Marcy Playground (band)
• Marilyn Manson*
• Mary Gentle
• Massimo D’Alema (Italy’s ex-Prime Minister)
• Matt Groenig
• Matthew Lillard
• Metallica (band)
• Michael Sheard
• Mike Meyers
• My Chemical Romance (band)
• Nathan Fillion*
• Nelly
• Paget Brewster
• Parker Posey
• Peter DeLuise
• Quentin Tarantino
• Raymond E. Feist
• River Cuomo
• RJ Dio
• Robert Lynn Asprin
• Robin Williams*
• Rush (band)
• Sam Raimi
• Sarah Michelle Gellar
• Sean Astin
• Stephen Colbert*
• Stephen Lea Sheppard
• Steven Brust
• Steven Spielberg
• Terry Pratchett
• Todd Pratt
• Tom Morello
• Vin Diesel*
• Walter Jon Williams*
• Wil Wheaton*

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  1. Daunting list, and I have some thoughts.

    Mike Myers admitted that Lothar of the Hill people was based on a D&D character he played.

    I don’t know about Stephen Colbert, I know he did the short and is a “professional geek,” but I don’t know how much is real and how much is show.

    In fact, I wonder how many of the people on this list are “hopeful thinking” based on professional geek status. The asterisk by the ones who you think you can confirm is pretty cool.

    Speaking of professional Geeks…I wonder if Ricky Gervais plays?

    Bruce Campbell writes about what he thinks about gaming in the Deadlands (revised) Foreward. Memory serves, he understands but doesn’t game.

    Oh and Weezer…I got Dungeon Master’s Guide…I got a Twelve Sided Die…

  2. Daunting list, and I have some thoughts.

    Mike Myers admitted that Lothar of the Hill people was based on a D&D character he played.

    I don’t know about Stephen Colbert, I know he did the short and is a “professional geek,” but I don’t know how much is real and how much is show.

    In fact, I wonder how many of the people on this list are “hopeful thinking” based on professional geek status. The asterisk by the ones who you think you can confirm is pretty cool.

    Speaking of professional Geeks…I wonder if Ricky Gervais plays?

    Bruce Campbell writes about what he thinks about gaming in the Deadlands (revised) Foreward. Memory serves, he understands but doesn’t game.

    Oh and Weezer…I got Dungeon Master’s Guide…I got a Twelve Sided Die…

  3. I am pretty sure that Trey Anastasio formerly of Phish used to play D & D…

    j

  4. I am pretty sure that Trey Anastasio formerly of Phish used to play D & D…

    j

  5. If you mean, the Dame, her name is spelled Judi Dench.

    Great list! Personally, I’d love to read about Matt Groening’s and Nathan Fillion’s experiences with tabletop gaming.

    Asia Carrera? Seriously? Man, MENSA and hardcore adult films OWE THEIR EXISTENCE TO GAMERS.

  6. If you mean, the Dame, her name is spelled Judi Dench.

    Great list! Personally, I’d love to read about Matt Groening’s and Nathan Fillion’s experiences with tabletop gaming.

    Asia Carrera? Seriously? Man, MENSA and hardcore adult films OWE THEIR EXISTENCE TO GAMERS.

  7. “Leslie Coulton (WWE)” — The tome of wrestling knowledge in my head has no information about this person, and the ony references I can find online are the ones from the Hero board that say she’s a gamer.

    If Adam Copeland is a gamer, I’d also suspect that his buddy Christian Cage [real name: Jay Reso] is. Christian works for the badly-named TNA [that’s Total Nonstop Action, honest] wrestling now. Shane Helms [real name: Gregory Helms] is a comic book fan, and I seem to recall that he’s done some gaming.

    Also, I would have suspected that TNA wrestler Raven, who has written a couple comic books, would be a gamer. But he once described a WWE writer as “a D&D geek who couldn’t get laid and had never been in a real fight” so I have my doubts.

    The rest of the people on your list … aren’t movies fake?

  8. “Leslie Coulton (WWE)” — The tome of wrestling knowledge in my head has no information about this person, and the ony references I can find online are the ones from the Hero board that say she’s a gamer.

    If Adam Copeland is a gamer, I’d also suspect that his buddy Christian Cage [real name: Jay Reso] is. Christian works for the badly-named TNA [that’s Total Nonstop Action, honest] wrestling now. Shane Helms [real name: Gregory Helms] is a comic book fan, and I seem to recall that he’s done some gaming.

    Also, I would have suspected that TNA wrestler Raven, who has written a couple comic books, would be a gamer. But he once described a WWE writer as “a D&D geek who couldn’t get laid and had never been in a real fight” so I have my doubts.

    The rest of the people on your list … aren’t movies fake?

  9. The 1980s band “The Human League” got their name from the old SPI “Starforce: Alpha Centuri” series of games (which had a Human League faction).

  10. The 1980s band “The Human League” got their name from the old SPI “Starforce: Alpha Centuri” series of games (which had a Human League faction).

  11. Stephen Lynch, a singing comedian from Comedy Central, has a song called D&D that is specific enough I think he must have played it.

  12. Stephen Lynch, a singing comedian from Comedy Central, has a song called D&D that is specific enough I think he must have played it.

  13. Stephen Lea Sheppard is. In fact, he’s a mod at RPG.net. Stephenls is his handle.

  14. IIRC, I heard Matthew Lillard on Loveline talk about his gaming group a few years back.

  15. Stephen Lea Sheppard is. In fact, he’s a mod at RPG.net. Stephenls is his handle.

  16. IIRC, I heard Matthew Lillard on Loveline talk about his gaming group a few years back.

  17. George R.R. Martin is definitely a gamer. He says so in one of the essays at the end of the first volume of the “Wild Cards” series–and that essay is also a handy list of other people in his gaming circle upon which the entire series was originally based. (In fact, Walter Jon Williams was a member of this group.)

    Steven Brust is also definitely a gamer–he says in essays and I believe on his website that Vlad Taltos and the Dragaera world are based on a long-running D&D game he was in.

  18. George R.R. Martin is definitely a gamer. He says so in one of the essays at the end of the first volume of the “Wild Cards” series–and that essay is also a handy list of other people in his gaming circle upon which the entire series was originally based. (In fact, Walter Jon Williams was a member of this group.)

    Steven Brust is also definitely a gamer–he says in essays and I believe on his website that Vlad Taltos and the Dragaera world are based on a long-running D&D game he was in.

  19. Re: John M. Ford

    Didn’t he help develop the Klingons supplement for the old FASA game while writing “The Final Reflection”?

  20. Re: John M. Ford

    Didn’t he help develop the Klingons supplement for the old FASA game while writing “The Final Reflection”?

  21. James Barclay and Mary Gentle (both british fantasy authors with published books) are both gamers.

  22. James Barclay and Mary Gentle (both british fantasy authors with published books) are both gamers.

  23. I believe that Hal Sparks (comedian, American “Queer as Folk” actor) has mentioned on “Best Week Ever” and the various VH1 commentary shows that he is/was a gamer. That might just be wishful thinking though.
    Also Patton Oswalt and Brian Posehn are, from what I remember from “comedians of comedy” both gamers /and/ comic book fans.

  24. I believe that Hal Sparks (comedian, American “Queer as Folk” actor) has mentioned on “Best Week Ever” and the various VH1 commentary shows that he is/was a gamer. That might just be wishful thinking though.
    Also Patton Oswalt and Brian Posehn are, from what I remember from “comedians of comedy” both gamers /and/ comic book fans.

  25. I remember hearing somewhere that Robin Williams is a gamer – Wawrhammer and WH40K.

  26. I remember hearing somewhere that Robin Williams is a gamer – Wawrhammer and WH40K.

  27. Oh, and I also saw ex-WCW and WWE manager Terri Runnels buy a Ral Partha figure from the FASA booth at FASA at GenCon one year, but I got the impression that it just caught her eye as she walked by the booth, not that she was seeking out that one specific mini to perfectly represent her D&D character.

  28. Oh, and I also saw ex-WCW and WWE manager Terri Runnels buy a Ral Partha figure from the FASA booth at FASA at GenCon one year, but I got the impression that it just caught her eye as she walked by the booth, not that she was seeking out that one specific mini to perfectly represent her D&D character.

  29. Christina Hendricks who played Saffron or YoSaffBridge in “Firefly” is also a big gamer.

  30. Christina Hendricks who played Saffron or YoSaffBridge in “Firefly” is also a big gamer.

  31. Brian May, guitarist of Queen fame, is a known gamer, as are several of Bolt Thrower, the originators of the Thrash/Death metal movement.

    Similarly British metal luminary Martin Walyker (Sabbat/Skyclad/Return To The Sabbat/The Clan Destined) is presumed by many to be a gamer.

    Given several of the gags, I believe Seth McFarlen (sp?) of Family Guy/American Dad fame to be a gamer too.

  32. Brian May, guitarist of Queen fame, is a known gamer, as are several of Bolt Thrower, the originators of the Thrash/Death metal movement.

    Similarly British metal luminary Martin Walyker (Sabbat/Skyclad/Return To The Sabbat/The Clan Destined) is presumed by many to be a gamer.

    Given several of the gags, I believe Seth McFarlen (sp?) of Family Guy/American Dad fame to be a gamer too.

  33. Dunno if he’s famous enough, but Timothy Zahn wrote stuff for West End Games when WEG still had the Star Wars license, at least – he’s done work in the Thrawn Trilogy Sourcebook (d’oh) and at least one Adventure Journal.

  34. Dunno if he’s famous enough, but Timothy Zahn wrote stuff for West End Games when WEG still had the Star Wars license, at least – he’s done work in the Thrawn Trilogy Sourcebook (d’oh) and at least one Adventure Journal.

  35. Jason Mewes is a miniatures guy. There was an episode of the Conan O’Brian show where he was harrassed about being into miniatures. He brought up this cool new model he was working on, which was the Vampire Count’s Black Coach for Warhammer Fantasy Battles.

  36. Jason Mewes is a miniatures guy. There was an episode of the Conan O’Brian show where he was harrassed about being into miniatures. He brought up this cool new model he was working on, which was the Vampire Count’s Black Coach for Warhammer Fantasy Battles.

  37. Garth Nix (author, e.g. Old Kingdom Trilogy)
    Tripod (Australian comedy music trio)

    Nix was involved in roleplaying in Australia for many years, and even wrote for magazines including White Dwarf. Tripod openly discuss their geekiness and have featured roleplaying in some skits and songs they’ve done on TV.

  38. Garth Nix (author, e.g. Old Kingdom Trilogy)
    Tripod (Australian comedy music trio)

    Nix was involved in roleplaying in Australia for many years, and even wrote for magazines including White Dwarf. Tripod openly discuss their geekiness and have featured roleplaying in some skits and songs they’ve done on TV.

  39. On one of the Futurama episode commentaries they stated that there was a in-office D&D game, which not only included Matt Groening but a lot of the writers and I think Billy West too. Everyone in the recording booth was in on it except for John DiMaggio (Bender).

  40. On one of the Futurama episode commentaries they stated that there was a in-office D&D game, which not only included Matt Groening but a lot of the writers and I think Billy West too. Everyone in the recording booth was in on it except for John DiMaggio (Bender).

  41. A definite yest to Terry Pratchett. The first time we met was shortly after The Light Fantastic was published. He knew who I was, because of the White Dwarf articles I’d been writing, and I had only the vaguest idea who he was, because I’m crap at names. The Luggage started out as a D&D magic item / monster.

    Definite yes to Mary Gentle – she’s played in games I’ve run at SF cons (her version of Leela, one of Dr. Who’s companions, was positively scary), and is involved in The Fight School, a martial arts training school aimed at re-enactment, film work, etc.

    I’ve met Banks several times and I’ve no reason to believe he’s into gaming.

    Two British names I’ve heard from multiple sources; Jonathan Ross, chat show presenter, and Lenny Henry, comedian. Allegedly Ross likes CoC, not sure what interests Henry. I’ve never met either and can’t confirm this.

  42. A definite yest to Terry Pratchett. The first time we met was shortly after The Light Fantastic was published. He knew who I was, because of the White Dwarf articles I’d been writing, and I had only the vaguest idea who he was, because I’m crap at names. The Luggage started out as a D&D magic item / monster.

    Definite yes to Mary Gentle – she’s played in games I’ve run at SF cons (her version of Leela, one of Dr. Who’s companions, was positively scary), and is involved in The Fight School, a martial arts training school aimed at re-enactment, film work, etc.

    I’ve met Banks several times and I’ve no reason to believe he’s into gaming.

    Two British names I’ve heard from multiple sources; Jonathan Ross, chat show presenter, and Lenny Henry, comedian. Allegedly Ross likes CoC, not sure what interests Henry. I’ve never met either and can’t confirm this.

  43. Forgot to add that nearly all of the core writers involved in Wild Cards were allegedly gamers, not just Martin – it started out as a Superworld campaign.

  44. Forgot to add that nearly all of the core writers involved in Wild Cards were allegedly gamers, not just Martin – it started out as a Superworld campaign.

  45. Jon Faverau of Swingers and The Break Up let it slip on The Late Late show with Craig Ferguson that he played D&D in High School.
    Not sure if he still plays.

  46. Jon Faverau of Swingers and The Break Up let it slip on The Late Late show with Craig Ferguson that he played D&D in High School.
    Not sure if he still plays.

  47. Michael Sheard was a regular fixture of British gaming/sci-fi Cons, and he was always interested in what you were doing – but I don’t recall ever seeing him game.

    Might be difficult to interview him, sadly he died last year.

  48. Michael Sheard was a regular fixture of British gaming/sci-fi Cons, and he was always interested in what you were doing – but I don’t recall ever seeing him game.

    Might be difficult to interview him, sadly he died last year.

  49. Also Raymond Feist started out writing games supplements for Mikedemia Press, and some of them turn up as places on the maps in his books.

    If you look at his early novels it’s fairly clear that they’re campaign concept of Empire of the Petal Throne invading a D&D campaign. I don’t know if they’re a game writeup, but at the very least they show a detailed knowledge of the EPT setting.

  50. Also Raymond Feist started out writing games supplements for Mikedemia Press, and some of them turn up as places on the maps in his books.

    If you look at his early novels it’s fairly clear that they’re campaign concept of Empire of the Petal Throne invading a D&D campaign. I don’t know if they’re a game writeup, but at the very least they show a detailed knowledge of the EPT setting.

  51. John M. Ford would be a yes. He wrote the (in)famous Yellow Clearance Black Box Blues module for the Paranoia game. He’s also listed in the credits for the 2nd Edition of the Game under “Testing and Advice”.

  52. John M. Ford would be a yes. He wrote the (in)famous Yellow Clearance Black Box Blues module for the Paranoia game. He’s also listed in the credits for the 2nd Edition of the Game under “Testing and Advice”.

  53. Lexa Doig is a yes, check out her biography on IMDB. Best selling author David Weber (Honor Harrington) was a wargame designer, he did work on the Starfire wargame and his series with Steve White is set in that universe.

  54. Lexa Doig is a yes, check out her biography on IMDB. Best selling author David Weber (Honor Harrington) was a wargame designer, he did work on the Starfire wargame and his series with Steve White is set in that universe.

  55. I know that Asia Carrera is a huge computer gamer. She likes first person shooters, among other things. She has talked about it extensively on her website (just add a .com to her name).

  56. I know that Asia Carrera is a huge computer gamer. She likes first person shooters, among other things. She has talked about it extensively on her website (just add a .com to her name).

  57. I don’t know if Steve Brust plays anymore, but he used to play in a couple of groups in Minneapolis. Several of his books are even based on the games he used to run.

  58. I don’t know if Steve Brust plays anymore, but he used to play in a couple of groups in Minneapolis. Several of his books are even based on the games he used to run.

  59. Two names can be confirmed:

    1. Raymond E. Feist. The Rift War Saga is the back-story of the gaming world he used to play in. REF is filling in the actual details of the Rift Wars that took place before the gaming campaign began (which was the fifth Rift War if I remember right).

    2. Adam Copeland talked about being a gamer in his blog on WWE.com during the year he was healing from neck surgery. I am not sure if that blog is still online, but I personally remember reading multiple entries about gaming in it.

  60. Two names can be confirmed:

    1. Raymond E. Feist. The Rift War Saga is the back-story of the gaming world he used to play in. REF is filling in the actual details of the Rift Wars that took place before the gaming campaign began (which was the fifth Rift War if I remember right).

    2. Adam Copeland talked about being a gamer in his blog on WWE.com during the year he was healing from neck surgery. I am not sure if that blog is still online, but I personally remember reading multiple entries about gaming in it.

  61. Jim Butcher who wrote the “Dresden Files” books is a Live Action Gamer according to his website and his series is developing an RPG based on the FATE system.

  62. Coul you buplish evben wich games should they be suposed to play? it would even help to search info to confirm the ones that are not sure.

  63. Coul you buplish evben wich games should they be suposed to play? it would even help to search info to confirm the ones that are not sure.

  64. When I first started working for Pegasus games in madison wisconsin, Robin Williams came into the store (then on gorham street) and purchased Gev and another micro game before he did his show that night.

  65. When I first started working for Pegasus games in madison wisconsin, Robin Williams came into the store (then on gorham street) and purchased Gev and another micro game before he did his show that night.

  66. I just saw a Conan O’Brien interview with Stephen Colbert in which he clearly states that he played a lot of D&D in his youth. That asterisk is confirmed.

  67. I just saw a Conan O’Brien interview with Stephen Colbert in which he clearly states that he played a lot of D&D in his youth. That asterisk is confirmed.

  68. Nathan Fillion is supposed to be a Halo addict.
    Agree with Patrish that a joint interview with
    Whedon would be — interesting, though you might
    need a whip and a chair.
    Christina Hendricks? Hadn’t heard that one.
    Also check out Alan Tudyk (since this comment seems to be turning into one about things Firefly-ish).

  69. Nathan Fillion is supposed to be a Halo addict.
    Agree with Patrish that a joint interview with
    Whedon would be — interesting, though you might
    need a whip and a chair.
    Christina Hendricks? Hadn’t heard that one.
    Also check out Alan Tudyk (since this comment seems to be turning into one about things Firefly-ish).

  70. Do we know what well known gamers live in or visit the South ?
    (Especially the Nashville area)

    It’d be nice for the more considerate fen to see their favorites at a con or other gaming hang-out.

    But it’d be nice if these respected celebrities just made it a little more obvious to the Mundanes that bright,appealing people indulge in this ‘fringe’ activity.

    Let’s see a 4×8 game table and terrain storage in a shelter mag.

    Let’s see the GOOD guys at CSI playing D&D.

    Let’s have Billy Graham describe all five colors of the mana God sent Moses.

    (O.k. That might be pushing it a bit too far.)

    Until the public associates gamers with sane,savvy and scintillating folks as much as they do misfits,our hobby will
    be at a disadvantage.

    If famous people can proselytize for bland or harmful things,
    why not endorse some positive things they actually do enjoy?

  71. Do we know what well known gamers live in or visit the South ?
    (Especially the Nashville area)

    It’d be nice for the more considerate fen to see their favorites at a con or other gaming hang-out.

    But it’d be nice if these respected celebrities just made it a little more obvious to the Mundanes that bright,appealing people indulge in this ‘fringe’ activity.

    Let’s see a 4×8 game table and terrain storage in a shelter mag.

    Let’s see the GOOD guys at CSI playing D&D.

    Let’s have Billy Graham describe all five colors of the mana God sent Moses.

    (O.k. That might be pushing it a bit too far.)

    Until the public associates gamers with sane,savvy and scintillating folks as much as they do misfits,our hobby will
    be at a disadvantage.

    If famous people can proselytize for bland or harmful things,
    why not endorse some positive things they actually do enjoy?

  72. Chris Bonnington, British Everest climber and explorer is an avid wargamer – cited in a Radio times Interview about ten years ago.

  73. Chris Bonnington, British Everest climber and explorer is an avid wargamer – cited in a Radio times Interview about ten years ago.

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  75. I saw Trent Reznor at Gen Con, walking around with a players badge, doing regular con stuff. It was a few years back, I think it was the first Gen Con in Indy.

    He wasn’t a “Media Guest of Honor” so I can only assume he was there as a gamer.

  76. I saw Trent Reznor at Gen Con, walking around with a players badge, doing regular con stuff. It was a few years back, I think it was the first Gen Con in Indy.

    He wasn’t a “Media Guest of Honor” so I can only assume he was there as a gamer.

  77. Slipknot’s first album has a ton of references to Werewolf: The Apocalypse.

  78. Slipknot’s first album has a ton of references to Werewolf: The Apocalypse.

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  80. I’d like to see Vin Diesel and Quentin Tarantino interviewed. This way we get the best of both types of gamers at the same time.

  81. I’d like to see Vin Diesel and Quentin Tarantino interviewed. This way we get the best of both types of gamers at the same time.

  82. I just found this in USAToday – from a piece on tattoos of NBA players:

    “The Spurs’ Tim Duncan can hurt you on the court — and in the Forbidden Forest. He likes playing Dungeons & Dragons so much, he got a tattoo of the wizard Merlin on his chest.” – http://www.usaweekend.com/09_issues/090208/090208sports-tattoos.html

    Not sure if the D&D part is true, though. Sports writers still take potshots at gamers whenever they can. But I’m looking into it.

  83. I just found this in USAToday – from a piece on tattoos of NBA players:

    “The Spurs’ Tim Duncan can hurt you on the court — and in the Forbidden Forest. He likes playing Dungeons & Dragons so much, he got a tattoo of the wizard Merlin on his chest.” – http://www.usaweekend.com/09_issues/090208/090208sports-tattoos.html

    Not sure if the D&D part is true, though. Sports writers still take potshots at gamers whenever they can. But I’m looking into it.

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  85. And another – filmmaker Paul Weitz (American Pie, and the upcoming Cirque du Freak movie).

    “You know, I’ve worked on movies in the past that are based on books and I usually say…we’re shooting the script. We’re not shooting the book. But I felt like, well, I was a big Tolkein fan as a kid, and I played Dungeons and Dragons, and I know how important the screen adaptations of those were to me when I was a kid…”

    http://movieblog.ugo.com/movies/on-the-set-of-cirque-du-freak-the-vampires-assistant
    http://movies.ign.com/articles/101/1014634p1.html

  86. And another – filmmaker Paul Weitz (American Pie, and the upcoming Cirque du Freak movie).

    “You know, I’ve worked on movies in the past that are based on books and I usually say…we’re shooting the script. We’re not shooting the book. But I felt like, well, I was a big Tolkein fan as a kid, and I played Dungeons and Dragons, and I know how important the screen adaptations of those were to me when I was a kid…”

    http://movieblog.ugo.com/movies/on-the-set-of-cirque-du-freak-the-vampires-assistant
    http://movies.ign.com/articles/101/1014634p1.html

    1. Good points, Bill. I started writing this list back in early 2006, though, and at the time both Asprin and Ford were still alive. I did use the list to set up interviews with Wil Wheaton, Billy Campbell, and Anthony Zuiker, each of which appeared in Games Quarterly Magazine, which is sadly no longer in print.

  87. Good points, Bill. I started writing this list back in early 2006, though, and at the time both Asprin and Ford were still alive. I did use the list to set up interviews with Wil Wheaton, Billy Campbell, and Anthony Zuiker, each of which appeared in Games Quarterly Magazine, which is sadly no longer in print.

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  88. I’ve heard that both Robin Williams and Barry Manilow collect, paint and game with toy soldiers.. Robin Williams Warhammer 40 K (orcs), Manilow, Napoleonics.

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