Hairstylist Roxanne-Baker Sarver tells us that “People outside this business have no idea what my day consists of, no matter how many times I explain the hours or my schedule or how unglamorous it all is. “What do you mean you have to work on Tuesday? Don’t they know it’s Passover?” “What on earth could you be doing till 11:00 at night?”
Script Supervisor Catherine Cobb recounts her work on a horror film that involved shooting for seven straight days in the snow. “I’ve never been so cold and tired in my life.”
Part of Animal Trainer Cathy Pittman’s job was to release flies on James Woods while he was sitting on the toilet.
Talk about needing a nap…
Read all about the sleep-deprived lives of Hollywood professionals in the new anthology, THE WAY WE WORK: ON THE JOB IN HOLLYWOOD
COMING JULY 9 from Rare Bird Books!