As a Young Man, Robert Evans wasn’t even in Show Business.
Then one day, just like something out of a storybook, actress Norma Shearer spot of him and thought he would be great to be in a movie.
The rest, as they say, well,…
From an acting career, Evans became a movie producer. And in the 60s and 70s some of his movies are now Classics. Movies like Rosemary’s Baby, Love Story, The Godfather, and Chinatown.
But a drug-related conviction in 1980 was a major setback to Evans, and he never came back to his former glory. His last movie in 2003 was How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.
In 1994, Evans wrote A Memoir, a book he had always thought about writing, and that’s when I met him.
And even if you somehow don’t find his stories interesting, I guarantee you’ll be mesmerised by this man’s magnificent voice.
So here now, from 1994, Robert Evans
Robert Evans died in 2019. He was 89.