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I finally got to see the real Mona Lisa in France,
but not really because of the reflection of the glass in front of it.
I drove from Frankfurt, Germany to Tangiers, Morocco in a VW bug. I fell
off a wall and dropped 8 feet face-first into a pile of gravel in Spain,
and then off a catamaran yacht into the harbor in Gibraltar. I swam in
the warm turquoise waters of the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. I climbed
over the ruins of an ancient theatre in Athens, Greece, and later performed
in an ancient Greek play. I spent weeks getting a special pass to see
films at the Cannes Film Festival, but when I finally got there I didnt
want to see any films.
I drove from San Francisco to Panama, where I got my watch stolen off my wrist. I took a 3,000-mile bus trip from one end of Brazil to the other. In Rio de Janeiro I walked the sands of Ipanema and Copacabana, where I got my hotel key stolen from out of my pocket. I had a bank security guard point a machine gun at me in Buenos Aires, when all I was doing was walking by. I rode an old school bus to Lake Titicaca in Machu Picchu, but it broke down before I got there and I had to turn back. I flew in a seaplane that took off from the Amazon River and landed in Peru; but when I tried to go to Chile, police put me in jail because military forgot to stamp my passport on the Amazon.
In one month I bicycled 1,300 miles from San Francisco, California to Vancouver, Canada along Highway One, and never got a single flat tire. I lived through the hippy flower child 60s in Berkeley.
I water-skied on Lake Tahoe and snow skied above
it, but broke my leg when the snow turned to icy rain. I broke my thumb
rollerblading on Venice Beach.
I flipped off my motorcycle and rolled on the street
when I crashed it on a curve. I broke my toe doing a side flip while tumbling
at the YMCA. I jumped out of a perfectly good airplane with a parachute,
I performed a dance in front of 3,000 people in Zellerbach Auditorium in Berkeley. I was an extra on a TV show, but when I saw it they had dubbed some other actors voice and paid him the money for saying my line. I worked as a production assistant and stand-in on the TV show Hooperman for two years, with John Ritter. I was paid to work in a movie-of-the week in Hawaii for one week. I spoke 18 words as an actor in Police Academy 2, the biggest grossing film of the summer for one week.